Jim Barber
Jim Barber
James Patrick Barber was an American football offensive tackle in the National Football League for the Boston/Washington Redskins. He played college football at the University of San Francisco.
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Festive time at Harford Fair - Scranton Times-Tribune
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Jim Barber equated his act at the Harford Fair to being part lion tamer and part snake charmer. And then tended to ignore the possibility of hundreds of bees swarming around him in a screened enclosure while talking to about 30 people about raising
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Universities spread the net far and wide - The Age
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The vice-chancellor of the University of New England, Jim Barber, goes further, suggesting it is time to kill off the term lecturer, with high-speed broadband set to make education more interactive and students needing to be taught how to find,
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Attorney Rick DeLucry is Democratic candidate for 4th Ward Council seat - Shore News Today
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DeLucry was vocal in challenging former City Manager Jim Barber's handling of the settlement agreement with former Police Chief Jim Frugoli. DeLucry, and his wife, Bobbi, have two teenage sons, Mickey and Steven, and are actively involved in local
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Hockey Hall of Fame brings display to town - Napanee Guide
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With hockey season mere weeks away, those looking to get a little late-summer puck fix will be well-advised to come down to Napanee's downtown core this Saturday. That's because, from 10 am to 5 pm, the Hockey Hall of Fame
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Recent tragedies strap in safety as peak concern - Buffalo News
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Jim Barber, a former state Labor Department ride regulator, was familiar with the New Jersey and Darien Lake fatal accidents. "Both of those can be traced back to people being killed doing something they shouldn't have done," said Barber,
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UPS Names New President for Europe - GlobalAtlanta
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22 that Jim Barber has been promoted to president of the company's Brussels-based European regional operations. Mr. Barber, who previously served as UPS's chief operations officer for Europe, replaces the retiring Wolfgang Flick
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Glass Tiger to feature memorable hits - The Barrie Examiner
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With many other Canadian bands from the 1980s reforming, or ramping up their touring to cash in on a resurgence in 1980s music on the radio and in the public consciousness, Alan Frew and his Glass Tiger bandmates quietly
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Nuclear Enterprises Gives $25000 to Via Christi Stroke Center - MD News (press release)
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Photo: Steve Austin, president and CEO of Nuclear Enterprises, right, presents $25000 to Jim Barber, president of Via Christi Foundation. WICHITA, KS — It also will fund public awareness campaigns on stroke and its signs, symptoms and prevention
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'Uncle Ted' brings raucous rock show to Casino Rama - The Barrie Examiner
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Rock legend Ted Nugent is known by many epithets for his exploits over a 40-year musical career, but the 62-year-old Michigan native is also known for his outspoken conservative political views and his activism in the areas of
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Barber retiring as city manager this month - Shore News Today
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By MICHAEL FEELY Jim Barber, Brigantine's city manager for the last seven and a half years, is retiring at the end of the month. Barber also served as the city's director of public safety. Barber has been a resident of the island for 45 years,
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Stoughton native pens book about growing up in the 1950s - The Patriot Ledger
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To Barber, Stoughton was not perfect, but he wrote "October Stories" largely for the people of the town. “I'm saving everything for the Stoughton audience,” Barber said. “If they don't like it, I'm in trouble.” (To get hold of Jim Barber, write him at
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weather keeps power companies busy - The Augusta Chronicle
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Georgia Power Co. spokesman Jim Barber said it "has definitely been one of our worst years in terms of storms," beginning with damaging ice and snow in January. That was followed by nine severe storms that knocked out power for nearly 2 million
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Aboriginal student's inspiring message - Armidale Express
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THE FRUITS of 40000 years of life, freedom and effort by Aboriginal Australians are what the University of New England community is celebrating during NAIDOC Week, according to the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Jim Barber. Prof Barber was speaking at a
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John A. makes grand return to Napanee - Napanee Guide
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By Stephen Petrick & Jim Barber/Napanee Guide Canada's first prime minister will be coming back to Napanee this Friday ... although it will be in spirit only. Played by Brockville-based actor Brian Porter, John A. Macdonald will be the centre of a
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Branson show benefits St. John's Regional Medical Center in Joplin - Springfield News-Leader
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... the Duttons, Buck Trent, J. Eddie Peck, Barbara Fairchild, Grand Country Music Hall, God and Country Theatre, Pierce Arrow, 3 Redneck Tenors, the Haygoods, Jim Barber, Tom Mullica as Red Skelton, Legends In Concert and Kirby VanBurch
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Branson stars unite for Joplin hospital, high school band - Springfield News-Leader
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"We believe that by keeping the music alive in the schools, the lives of the children of Joplin will be enriched," Jim Barber, president of the League of Theatre Owners & Show Producers said. Instruments may be dropped off at the College of the Ozarks
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