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“Schnaer, who was known as Sib by her family, also was a regular participant in The Atriums choir and several other groups, including the bingo cadre.”
“She is survived by four daughters, Sylvia "Sib" Corderman and husband Nelson of Greencastle, Pa.,”
“Ayika and his lawyer, Joseph "Sib" Abraham, agreed to the new date.”
“Because she was late, she did not hear the update on the lawsuit between the city of El Paso and Joseph "Sib" Abraham over the fate of the Fall Mansion, or participate in the vote following the executive session to allow the city to continue pursuing the case.”
“Sib is also teaming up with the health and social care charity Turning Point to host private roundtable events at each conference to analyse issues arising from payment-by-results contracts.”
“Sib," I said, over the phone, "why on earth'dya do such a thing?”
“Sib, I will always love you and promise to carry forth your ideals.”
“Six years after riding from the Baltic to the Pacific in search of common ground with the Russians, I took the "trans-Sib" in the reverse direction -- from Beijing to Budapest.”
“This reminds us of the great grammarian, Sibawayh, whose name the Persians derive from “Apple-flavour” (Sib + bú).”
“Sib Abraham, rebutted the charges and said there was never any intent to commit a crime.”
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