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2011-09-01 09:00:00

How can a child grow to forgive the abuser, the murderer, or the thief who takes it all away? How can a man decide between genuine forgiveness and perfect vengeance in the wake of disaster? Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) September 01, 2011 Middle School teacher and coach Robert Abernathy doesn't pull punches when describing how some decisions can have long lasting consequences on those we love. His new book, The Walk to Walden Hill, vividly portrays what happens to a young man when he loses his...

2008-10-14 12:00:24

Washington, D.C. communications law firm Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP has announced that, effective today, former FCC Commissioner Kathleen Q. Abernathy, along with Barry J. Ohlson and Natalie G. Roisman, have joined the firm as partners, arriving from the Washington, DC office of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, LLP, where Ms. Abernathy was a partner, Mr. Ohlson a special counsel and Ms. Roisman a counsel. Ms. Abernathy's arrival represents a homecoming of sorts - she was a partner...

2006-11-28 18:00:53

William Daniel "Mr. Bill" Krewitz; the Rev. Willie N. "Billy" Kyser; Dorothy M. Moak; Carolyn Murphy "Deda" Moncrieffe; Jamie McNeely Paige; Jeanne Marie Parker; Essie Louise Davis Turner Pearce; Vivian Ruth Reinninger Rayborn; Carl Lynn Sanders; Anna Katherine Saucier; Herman Smith; William Walter "Mr. Bill" Thompson; Osdell Eloise Dougherty; John Vignes; Myrne Marie Teaser Warren; Cornelius "Pipe" Washington Jr. Library Note: Multiple Versions May Exist. Krewitz, William Daniel "Mr....

2005-06-30 23:49:23

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Departing Republican FederalCommunications Commissioner Kathleen Abernathy said on Thursdaya full slate of commissioners was needed to address the rapidchanges in the communications sphere. The FCC is split evenly with two Republicans and twoDemocrats with one open Republican seat. Abernathy has said sheplans to leave this year, and the Bush administration has yetto nominate any replacements. Abernathy said she would stay for the "foreseeable future"but she said that...

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