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Bevan's operation

Orchiopexy by spermatic vessel transection was first described by Bevan in 1903, whose method was abandoned given the poor results; newer techniques have been delineated which have a high success rate.
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Mr Bevan, who was born in Cilfrew, near Neath, and now lives in Groes Faen, near Llantrisant, said the party was still discussing its electoral strategy.
In a bid to portray himself as a modern-day Bevan, Mr Hunt claimed: "The vision of Nye Bevan before - the vision of a one-nation Conservative Party today.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) say Bevan tested positive for exogenous anabolic androgenic steroid Drostanolone following an out-ofcompetition test at a squad training session on February 9.
Dr Hart said: "It was a great honour to receive the Bevan prize, which I really appreciated, for two reasons.
Mr Norman's appointment takes Bevan Brittan's employment team to four partners, part of a 10 partner-strong litigation, advisory and regulatory practice.
Ms Bevan was captured on CCTV leaving Bristol Maternity Hospital coatless and carrying Zaani wrapped in just a blanket on Tuesday.
Ms Bevan, who suffered from mental health issues, was wearing hospital slippers while her daughter was wrapped in just a blanket when they left in cold weather.
The report mentioned that while Faulkner is a bowling all-rounder, Bevan was a part-time bowler at best even if he could send down handy left-arm unorthodox, adding that both of their batting styles are equally dissimilar.
Bevan outlines the considerations that both domestic governments and donors should take into account going forward.
The report of referee was disapproved because there was insufficient evidence of rehabilitation and the referee's finding that Bevan did not violate a court order was "clearly erroneous.
Bevan contacted the 14-year-old from Leeds through an internet site before showering him with gifts, including a new mobile phone so they could keep in contact behind his parents' back.
Gareth Jamie Bevan, 35, appeared in court yesterday after he refused to pay pounds 1,000 in compensation and costs as well as obey a 28-day curfew.