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Hall, who had lost a leg in a hunting accident, had a prothesis she called Cuthbert.The chaos of France’s defeat, and the thrill of its liberation|Julian Jackson|November 19, 2021|Washington Post
With the Nationals, Cuthbert quickly gained Manager Dave Martinez’s trust and helped the club win its first World Series.Nationals make front-office cuts, impacting scouting and minor league operations|Jesse Dougherty|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Cuthbert acknowledges that, whether people are dealing with unemployment or illness or the prospect of being stuck at home for several more months, buying fine jewelry is not everyone’s highest priority.
Because Cuthbert’s team is relatively small, it’s been easier for her to have the frank conversations required of any business leaders during a pandemic—and to take precautions to keep people safe.
Under this pressure, Hide accepted full payment of his mortgage, and made over the title of the property to Cuthbert Burbage.
Cuthbert's importunity in the matter is clearly set forth in60 a deposition by Henry Johnson, one of Alleyn's tenants.
Dom Cuthbert led them to the guest-chamber, from which opened three diminutive bedrooms.
"This is where you'll sit," said Dom Cuthbert, pointing to two kneeling-chairs on either side of the opening into the quire.
St. Cuthbert was born in the Lothians; at eight years he was living under the care of a widow in the village of Wrangholm.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Carlisle|C. King Eley