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Seeley Booth - Relationships - With Colleagues - Camille Saroyan
... However, Booth ends the relationship for the second time after an intense case nearly costs Saroyan her life ... Booth asserts that on-the-job romantic relationships endanger the team in high-pressure situations ... Booth has known Saroyan for some length of time by the fourth season, she has known Booth and his brother Jared for 15 years ...
Booth, Alabama
... Booth is an unincorporated community in Autauga County, Alabama, United States ... It was named after the family of Charles Booth who moved to Autauga Alabama in the 1830s ... One of his sons, Jesse H Booth, became Probate judge for Autauga County from 1874 to 1880 ...
Stephen Booth (cricketer)
... Stephen Charles Booth (born 30 October 1963, Leeds, England) was a first-class cricketer who played for Somerset County Cricket Club from 1983 to 1985 ... Born at Cross Gates in Leeds, Booth attended Boston Spa Comprehensive School and made his debut as a right-handed batsman and slow left-arm orthodox bowler in a Somerset side boasting such talents as Joel ...
Alhambra Dinner Theatre - History
... by Jacksonville businessman Leon Simon in 1967 and purchased by Tod Booth, Sr ... Booth moved to Jacksonville from Chicago, where he worked as artistic director for the Drury Lane Theaters ... His family has frequently been involved, with daughter Jessica Booth and wife Lisa Valdini appearing in a number of shows and son Tod Jr ...
Booth Museum Of Natural History
... Booth Museum of Natural History is a municipally-owned museum of natural history in the city of Brighton and Hove in the South East of England ... The museum opened in 1874 to house the British bird collections of Edward Booth ...

Famous quotes containing the word booth:

    A man’s labour is not only his capital but his life. When it passes it returns never more. To utilise it, to prevent its wasteful squandering, to enable the poor man to bank it up for use hereafter, this surely is one of the most urgent tasks before civilisation.
    —William Booth (1829–1912)