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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.


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From the given name Edmund


  • Gladys Edmunds is a small business owner and author.

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  • Yet, marketing strategist Gladys Edmunds is concerned that Poppa D's is so lean that its owners won't be able to ramp up fast enough if they get a large order.

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  • Gladys Edmunds is founder of Edmunds Travel Consultants and author of

  • Long term Edmunds test proved the real life Jetta diesel DSG fuel economy is 35.6 MPG [2]. News

  • Well the White House didn't like their analysis of the Cash for Clunkers program and called Edmunds out on the White House blog.

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  • Notwithstanding the protest of the "Mormons," another law was passed against them, (March, 1882), called the Edmunds Act. This law provided that no polygamist should vote or hold office; and if found guilty of polygamy a man might be fined five hundred dollars and put in prison for three years.

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  • "Ford's challenge is keeping it up," said Jessica Caldwell, director of pricing and industry analysis for Edmunds, which is based in Santa Monica, California. -- Top News

  • "It doesn't look like the NASA findings had a huge effect on consideration," said Jessica Caldwell, an analyst at Edmunds, which is also based in Santa Monica. -- Top News

  • And GM typically ponies up $3,691 in incentives to sell a car, according to Edmunds, which is 38 percent higher than the industry average.

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  • You call the Edmunds testing procedure "Very careful testing".

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