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The total pool of people summoned for jury duty.

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All our respect to Dominique Venner, whose last and deeply political gesture has been an attempt to awaken the people of France," Le Pen, president of the Front National (FN) party, tweeted.
BEAUTY SPOT: Nash Point in the Vale of Glamorgan where dad Barten Venner fell to his death; TRAGEDY: Barten Venner
Venner, a junior next season, comes to Northridge with impressive credentials.
Before going to the cathedral, Venner posted on his blog a damning critique of the same-sex marriage bill recently approved by the French parliament and called for "spectacular and symbolic actions [to] awaken consciences".
Bryn Drinkhall won one of his matches against Venner but lost to Gavin Evans.
Digital Guardian's unique capabilities to centrally monitor, and control, at point of use, our high value corporate data and intellectual property across our global operations, including engineering, business and manufacturing processes integral to our supply chain, makes it an ideal solution," said Ken Venner, CIO of Broadcom.
Murphy, formerly a partner at Venner Shipley in its chemical and life sciences practice, is a European Patent Attorney and a Chartered Patent Attorney with a practice covering a broad range of complex IP matters in the life sciences arena.
Erica's mum Rose Venner, from Kensington, said: "I am angry that they have closed the door on my precious child.
Allied to drama, Bach gives us some of his most beautiful vocal music such as I Follow, where Katie Trethewey's soprano blended beautifully with the accompanying flutes; Oh Heart Melt In Weeping well taken, with elegant runs, by Elizabeth Drury; and the valedictory All Is Fulfilled where alto Matthew Venner sounded more assured than he did when singing it here four years ago.
ch/faits-divers/homme-suicide-cathedrale-notredame/story/14858743) Le Matin identified the man as Dominique Venner.
Rt Rev Stephen Venner said the West's attitude had been "too simplistic" towards the Taliban - arguing against demonising the Islamic fundamentalist group.