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“A friend of mine grew up in Heber with the daughter of Doug and Lynne.”
“In 1976, a group of parents at Rodrigue's parish in Heber, Calif., complained he had molested their children, according to court documents.”
“Also there rooting Sanderson on were his wife, Kelly, and his father, Steve, who coached him to four state titles as wrestler at Wasatch High in Heber City, Utah, and his three brothers: Cody, Cole and Cyler.”
“I called Heber's cell, his friend that I know was hanging out with jandro.”
“Perishing while at work in India, Heber is memorialized in St. Paul's Cathedral [figure 5].”
“Not far away in Heber City, Utah lives Doug and Lynne Seus (yes, that’s the name – gotta love it!) who train wild animals for movies.”
“The Heber is a ship of 436 tons, 136 feet long, 27 wide.”
“Now my own people, the Irish, have far more ancient legends and traditions than any other nation west of Athens; and you find in their myth of the Milesian invasion and conquest two principal leaders called Heber and Ith, or Heth.”
“Barnby's "Holy Trinity," Wade's "Holy Cross" and Griggs 'tune (of his own name) are all good, but many, on the giving out of the hymn, would associate it at once with the more familiar "Heber" by George”
“Though George Kingsley's "Heber" has in some books done service for the”
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