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Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Norman G., British dentist, 1870-1947. See: Bennett angle, Bennett movement.

Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Edward H., Irish surgeon, 1837-1907. See: Bennett fracture.
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REI chief executive Mr Bassi said 24 Bennetts Hill provided a variety of asset management opportunities to enhance rental income and value.
It is the prosecution case that these defendants agreed together, as a result of the attack at the gym, that Davies would kill a person by shooting," said Mr Bennetts.
Saga said it already provides insurance for 20,000 motorbike customers, adding that it will allow Bennetts access to its own database to drive growth.
The market stall soon developed into Bennetts Boots, the only wide calf boot specialist Down Under.
The Reverend Barrington Bennetts, who was 79, conducted his church services in the morning, served beers at lunch time and visited sick parishioners in the afternoon.
Bennetts provides a friendly welcome and fast service.
As the 8th bishop of Coventry from 1998 to 2008, Bishop Bennetts served as chair of Coventry Cathedral's International Centre for Reconciliation, which has offered support and inspiration to Christians addressing conflict.
Among the acts that performed at Bennetts were Princess, who scored a UK number one with Say I'm Your Number One.
During the hearing Gray submitted statements from more than one medical doctor that Bennetts was unable to work and was not physically able to perform the duties of a clerk, let alone a cable installer.
He, too, would have to answer questions about his dealings with the Bennetts.
Blind Metro user Peter Bennetts has been working with Nexus on access issues for more than two years - but was not told about the information day.