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  Wiles v. Webb (Brown, J.) 96-864
The jury answered interrogatories to the effect that Webb was not guilty of negligence and that the negligence of B.L. Wiles was the proximate cause of the accident.
Webb contends that the emergency situation was created when the station wagon pulled out from the stop sign on Tabor Mountain Cutoff Road and that his veering to the left was an instant response to the stress of the emergency.
Webb was confronted by a sudden emergency, there is not one whit of evidence, physical or otherwise, that he did anything to cause that emergency,allegations of inattentive driving notwithstanding.
courts.state.ar.us /opinions/1997a/970616/96-864.html   (3663 words)

 Earl Webb - BR Bullpen
Webb was 20 doubles ahead of everyone else in the league that year, but he never was in the top 10 in doubles any other year in his career.
Webb wasn't to find a spot on the Giants, a team that often had six future Hall of Famers in the lineup.
Webb hit.301/.391/.506 with 14 home runs for the 1927 Cubs, when he was 29 years old.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/Earl_Webb   (868 words)

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We granted Earl Webb's petition for a writ of certiorari to determine whether the circuit court had jurisdiction to adjudicate the merits of a criminal charge against Webb while his appeal of an order transferring the case against him from juvenile court to the circuit court was pending in the Court of Criminal Appeals.
On October 19, 1983, Webb, a 14-year-old juvenile, was arrested and charged as a juvenile with first-degree burglary, first-degree robbery, and second-degree assault.
Webb complained that the circuit court lacked jurisdiction to accept his guilty plea and to adjudicate his case because, at the time of those proceedings in the circuit court, Webb's appeal of the order transferring his case from juvenile court to the circuit court was pending before the Court of Criminal Appeals.
www.wallacejordan.com /decisions/Opinions2002/1000789.htm   (2210 words)

 Earl Webb (1928-2005): Former Decatur High coach dies at age 77   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Webb died Monday morning at 77, leaving a legacy that extends beyond his reign as Decatur High's head football coach.
Webb coached from 1952 to '80 at Falkville, Arab, Lanett and Decatur.
Webb hired Rivers in 1972 at the recommendation of someone who later turned into a rival — Tom Calvin, who coached Sylacauga High at the time but later moved to Austin.
www.decaturdaily.com /decaturdaily/news/050809/webb.shtml   (1182 words)

 The Sparta Expositor: White County native holds Major League doubles record
Webb pitched for the town team on Sundays and in 1918 caught the attention of a scout from the Memphis Chicks of the Southern Association.
Webb reported to Red Sox spring training camp in Pensacola in great shape after a winter of hiking and fishing in the good old mountains of Tennessee.
Webb went into a slump in September as he seemed to be falling under the pressure.
www.spartaexpositor.com /sportsdetail.asp?ArticleID=620   (1658 words)

 Neighborhoodtimes: 'Webb's City' musical returns, with genetic link
Doc Webb, a visionary who combined showmanship and sales, built what he called "the World's Most Unusual Drugstore," a one-stop downtown shopping center before shopping centers were the thing.
Webb, 51, owns Top of the Line Pest Control, a Largo company whose slogan is "Millions Killed." He also works another business called Market America, a health products enterprise.
Doc Webb, who died in 1982, eight years after he sold his interest in the store, is buried in Royal Palm Cemetery.
www.sptimes.com /2003/09/14/news_pf/Neighborhoodtimes/_Webb_s_City__musical.shtml   (561 words)

 Print Version   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Webb and his wife, Sue, who portrays the president's wife Mary Todd, were invited to attend the event after organizers discovered their names on an Internet site run by the Association of Abraham Lincoln Presenters.
Earl Webb, who formerly worked at Caterpillar and is now interim pastor at the aptly named New Salem Baptist Church in Carrier Mills, wears Lincolnesque clothing, from the instantly recognizable hat to the outercoat with tails to an authentic period tie to a vest replete with gold watch and chain.
Earl Webb said he enjoys the response he gets when he plays the president.
www.southernillinoisan.com /articles/2005/04/19/top/102177.prt   (543 words)

 Coach Earl Webb was a special coach, man
Coach Webb was buried Wednesday but not before a service at his Central United Methodist Church honored the man, the husband, the father, the coach, the leader, the friend.
Thomas was a sports writer in Florence years ago and remembered the teams that Coach Webb brought to the Shoals.
Illness collared Coach Webb a few years ago but that same determination he instilled in his players kept him in the game almost until the end.
www.decaturdaily.com /decaturdaily/opinion/editorials/050811b.shtml   (303 words)

 Southpinellas: Musical honors owner of Webb's City
When Johnny Thornton left Webb's to work for the state in 1966, McIntyre was given the job of supermarket division manager, and then director and vice president.
He remembers well that the crowds in the parking lots were playing havoc with the store's grocery carts, which were being smashed, and often were taken a mile or so from the store as customers wheeled their groceries home.
He was able to convince Webb to set aside space in the parking lots for the carts, a hard-fought battle "because Doc didn't want to give up any parking spaces." It solved the former problem, but the "carting home of carts" dogged the store until its last days.
www.sptimes.com /News/062500/news_pf/SouthPinellas/Musical_honors_owner_.shtml   (1470 words)

 Webb's City
In 1925, James Earl "Doc" Webb, a patent medicine man, bought into a small drug store in Saint Petersburg.
Webb began to buy them out and expand -- eventually owning more than seventy stores that spanned seven blocks.
At its height, Webb employed a staff of more than 1,200 to serve an average 60,000 customers a day.
www.lostparks.com /webbs.html   (440 words)

 Lefty Webb Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Lefty Webb was born on Sunday, March 1, 1885, in Mount Gilead, Ohio.
Webb was 25 years old when he broke into the big leagues on May 23, 1910, with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Lefty Webb baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=webble01   (299 words)

 Webb and Associates
Webb and Associates, Insurance Services, was established in 1964 by Earl F. and Murlene G. Webb.
With over 34 years of experience, a complete line of insurance products, and an in-house computer programmer on staff, the insurance program that you want to design can be developed by qualified agents and administered by friendly qualified staff in a timely manner.
Earl Webb and Murlene Webb are licensed in the insurance business.
www.webbandassoc.com /aboutus.htm   (190 words)

 Earl Webb | BaseballLibrary.com
In 1931 the lefthanded-hitting Earl Webb hit a major-league record 67 doubles.
He never hit half as many in a season again and was a slow runner, but the record was not necessarily attributable to the dimensions of his home park; the Green Monster, Fenway Park's notorious left-field wall, was not erected until 1934.
Earl doubles in the lidlifter, a 9—2 win over the visiting Indians, to tie George Burns' double record at 64.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/W/Webb_Earl.stm   (344 words)

 Webb And Associates: Insurance, Mutual Funds, And Annuities
Webb and Associates, Insurance Consultants, was established in 1964 by Earl F. and Murlene G. Webb.
Earl Webb is a registered principal for state of Arkansas, and Murlene Webb is licensed in the insurance business.
In 1971 Webb and Associates added Associating Insurance Service to maintain the administrative side of employee fringe benefits.
www.webbandassoc.com /about_us.html   (165 words)

 Rulifson Genealogy: WEBB Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
1 Webb #2697 was born before 19 February 1972, the first event for which there is a recorded date.
When Linda was age 18 and Webb was age unknown they became the parents of Christopher Earl Webb 19 February 1972.
When he was age unknown and Linda Joan Rulifson was age 18 they became the parents of Christopher Earl Webb 19 February 1972.
www.rulifson.org /roots/i0002697.htm   (112 words)

 USGS - Luquillo WEBB Project, Puerto Rico
The USGS-funded WEBB program is aimed at improving understanding of processes controlling terrestrial water, energy, and biogeochemical fluxes, their interactions, and their relations to climatic variables; and the ability to predict continental water, energy, and biogeochemical budgets over a range of spatial and temporal scales (Lins, 1994, Hirsch, 1998).
Some of the principal study objectives are the comparison of chemical weathering, erosion, and mass wasting processes in an environment with a history of anthropogenic modification and periodic extreme hydrologic events associated with the passage of hurricanes.
Luquillo WEBB publications describe a variety of topics including watershed-scale water and sediment budgets, surface runoff, hillslope processes and sources of fluvial sediment, slopewash, soil creep, tree throw, and landsliding.
pr.water.usgs.gov /public/webb   (425 words)

 New Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Earl Curzon - to Admiral R.Webb (Constantinople); FO 112231/3050/44A/Tel.
Earl Curzon - to the Persian Minister for Foreign Affairs Firouz Nousrat ed-Dow- leh; FO 164472/150/34; London, Foreign Office, January 5, 1920.
Earl Curzon (Brussels) - to Lord Hardinge (received July 4); FO E 7660/1/58/Tel.7; Brussels, July 4, 1920.
research.sci.am /gmakhmourian/archives/arch_2.htm   (3989 words)

 Jackson Co. Ks Query Forum
Webb removed to Kentucky where his wife died April 29, 1901, leaving him with this large family of children.
Webb married Miss Lucy White of Witts Springs and to them was born one son, Houston Webb, aged 8 years.
Webb has suffered much the past two years with cancer of the face, and during that time was never known to utter a word of complaint.
skyways.lib.ks.us /kansas/genweb/jackson/obits.html   (3203 words)

 Earl. C. Webb Come on in!
Some years ago, Earl worked as a session singer lending his vocals to any project that required a soulful feel.
Recently he has decided to return to recording, setting up his own studio and playing and singing to his hearts content.
On his,soon to be released C.D, his first released independently on C.D Baby, Earl has combined all the styles of music that has made a mark on his life.
www.earl-c-webb.com   (134 words)

 Earl Webb Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
The New York Giants sent a player to be named later to the Louisville (American Association) for Ty Tyson.
The New York Giants sent Earl Webb (December 12, 1925) to the Louisville (American Association) to complete the trade.
October, 1929: Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds from the Chicago Cubs in the 1929 rule V draft.
www.baseball-reference.com /w/webbea01.shtml   (635 words)

 Alberta Webb Brand Registrations: 1900-2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Because only a very few Alberta Provincial Directories were ever published, and these tend to be very incomplete for rural communities, I have extracted the WEBB entries from the published Alberta/NWT brand books, 1900 - 2005.
There may be errors as this information is taken directly from the published directories.
This document is part of the (mostly Cumberland County, Nova Scotia) Webb Page.
www.chebucto.ns.ca /~ab443/brands.htm   (139 words)

 Whatif '94 Played Out?
Canada was on the verge of seeing its third straight championship, Texas led its new division despite a record 10 games below.500 and the Yankees were staring down their first World Series appearance in 13 years, while half the league fought for the first ever “wild card” spots.
appeared on pace to challenge Roger Maris’ homerun record, Chuck Knoblauch was chasing Earl Webb’s single season double total, Cal Ripken Jr.
Not only did Knoblauch fall one double short of Webb's record number, Craig Biggio caught him in his quest by hitting 22 doubles to finish his season.
www.whatifsports.com /mlb94   (546 words)

 William WEBB/Louisa-Ann ANDERSON
Name: Beatrice WEBB Born: 20 AUG 1922 at: Married: at: Died: 16 DEC 1998 at: Winnipeg, Manitoba Spouses: Clifford THOMAS
Name: Agnes-Florence WEBB Born: 29 FEB 1928 at: Married: at: Died: at: Spouses: Clifford-Dempsey LINKLATER
Name: Harry-Earl WEBB Born: 16 DEC 1929 at: Married: at: Died: at: Spouses: Viola-Doreen LINKLATER
odin.prohosting.com /michif/fam/fam01108.html   (254 words)

 Casey Family History
On April 20, 1974, Vickie Webb married William Robinson Shelton, III ( in Jackson County, Alabama.
September 5, 1974, - Amber Webb Shelton, b.
Thomas was born on October 29, 1921 in Alabama and is the son of William Will Clark Webb and Fannie Jane (Chandler) Webb.
www.rcasey.net /master/shewmhug.htm   (3826 words)

 Earl Webb Jenning / FIND MISSING FRIENDS AT USAF.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Earl Webb Gennings/Jenning/Genning - Airforce Base/Big Spring,Texas 1955
His name is Earl Jennings or it could be spelled Gennings/Jenning/Genning.
Webb Airfare base was destroyed in a fire and all the records were destroyed.
www.usaf.com /missing-j/missing-j98.htm   (195 words)

EMAIL US Henry Allen Webb was born on 11 Oct 1875 in Red River county, Texas.
He died on 1 Sep 1953 in Laredo, Webb county, Texas.
He was buried after 1 Sep 1953 in Combes cemetary, Cameron county, Texas.
www.ualr.edu /grspangler/family/son/d60.htm   (436 words)

 The Williamston Journal - Obituaries - 0506
Born in Greenville County, he was a son of the late Perry Earl and Mamie Moon Lindsey.
JOE E. Joe Earl Webb, 80, of Belton, died Jan. 27, 2006 at his home.
Surviving are his wife, Mary Kirby Webb of the home; two sons, Jeffrey Earl Webb of Belton and Danny Joe Webb of Anderson; one daughter, Angie Reed of Winchester, VA; one step-daughter, Terri Smith of Belton; ten grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren, and Kelsey Mattson who was reared in the home.
www.thejournalonline.com /obits0506.htm   (1715 words)

 who is the best NBA midget? - dyestat.com Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Spud Webb- 5'6 1/2" (1986 Dunk Contest champion)
He had about five years in there where it always seemed like he was the last guy NOT to make the All-Star team.
Spud Webb was awesome on those 80s Hawks teams that had Randy Wittman, Moses Malone, Cliff Levingston, Doc Rivers, Moses Malone, Kevin Willis and Dominique Wilkins.
www.dyestat.com /forum/showthread.php?t=9108   (446 words)

 Earl Webb Bibliography | BaseballLibrary.com
The complete index is available for purchase, and The Baseball Index Research Service can perform complicated searches for a nominal fee.
Earl Of Dublin: Major League Record Holder by Glebe, Iris Webb
Owen Wilson, Earl Webb, Roger Maris: An Empirical Survey by Therminy, Charles
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/sabr/tbi/W/Webb_Earl.tbi.stm   (569 words)

 Site Map - Earl Webb Real Estate, Inc.
Site Map - Earl Webb Real Estate, Inc.
Copyright © 2006 Earl Webb Real Estate, Inc.
All rate, payment, and area information are estimates and approximations only.
www.webbhometeam.com /SiteMap   (95 words)

 (Mary Evelyn WEBB - Elizabeth "Lizzie" WELSH )
Mary Evelyn WEBB (12 Dec 1924 - ____)
Opal Elizabeth WEBB (13 Jul 1919 - ____)
Otis Wilford Earl WEBB (7 Jul 1915 - ____)
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