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Beale

(bēl),
Lionel S., British physician, 1828-1906. See: Beale cell.
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At 31, Beale has been appointed Birmingham City's reserve team manager, following a successful period as caretaker.
But Beale questioned whether they could change, saying: "Banks are motivated to take risks, to drive a return in a way that we are not.
He replaces Mr Beale, who has held the role of Nationwide chief executive since 2007 years and been with the building society for 30 years.
Utility back Beale was an outcast when Cheika took the Wallabies helm, having been suspended following a bust-up with administrator Di Patston.
But while her peers were shuttled between meetings by assistants and public relations reps, Beale, the chief executive officer of Lloyd's, navigated her itinerary without a handler.
James Quest's Beale Air Force Base during the Cold War, part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, combines plenty of vintage photographs with a minimum of text to explain their significance.
Judge Simon Drew QC said Beale should have known the damage she could have caused because of her job as a critical care nurse.
Lucas has joined us and it's a pleasure to Kristian_Walsh @ have him," Beale said.
GILLIAN Taylforth is coming back to EastEnders full-time later this year after returning from the dead as Kathy Beale.
referring to actor Adam Woodyatt rather than his character Ian Beale.
BOBBY BEALE has been revealed as the character who killed Lucy Beale in EastEnders.
Bookies have made Jane Beale the 7-2 prime suspect.