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  2. Tabitha Smith - Wikipedia

    Tabitha Smith is a superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with The X-Men and related titles. Created by Jim Shooter and Al Milgrom, the character first appeared in Secret Wars II #5 (Nov. 1985). She then appeared as a member of X-Force and later as a member of Nextwave .

  3. Murder of Laurie Show - Wikipedia

    Laurie Michelle Show [1] Laurie Show was a 16-year-old sophomore at Conestoga Valley High School who was stalked by her classmates and murdered on December 20, 1991, in the United States. Her body was discovered in her Lancaster, Pennsylvania home by her mother Hazel Show with her throat having been slit. [2]

  4. Tabitha King - Wikipedia

    Tabitha King is the third eldest daughter of Sarah Jane Spruce (née White; December 7, 1923 – April 14, 2007) [4] and Raymond George Spruce (December 29, 1923 – May 29, 2014). [5] King attended John Bapst Memorial High School in Bangor, Maine [6] before enrolling at the University of Maine, where she met her husband Stephen King through ...

  5. Houston megachurch shooter had history of mental illness but ...

    The shooting at Houston’s Lakewood Church over the weekend was a “completely preventable horror” as the woman who opened fire had a notable mental illness but was still allowed to own a gun ...

  6. Kate Mara, Travon Free and Tabitha Brown to Be Honored at ...

    The nonprofit Mercy for Animals, which fights to end factory farming, will honor Kate Mara, Travon Free and Tabitha Brown at its 25th anniversary gala. The trio will be honored at the red carpet ...

  7. Tabitha Smith, Nurse Practitioner | Woodbury, TN | WebMD

    Tabitha Smith is a nurse practitioner in Woodbury, TN with undefined years of experience. including Medicare and Medicaid. New patients are welcome. Hospital affiliations include Saint Thomas Stones River Hospital.

  8. Tabitha - Wikipedia

    Tabitha (/ ˈ t æ b ɪ θ ə /) is an English feminine given name, originating with (or made popular through) Tabitha, mentioned in the New Testament Acts 9:36. In the Bible [ edit ] Tabitha, or Dorcas , the Greek equivalent of the name, is a woman mentioned in the New Testament .