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Wright

(rīt),
Basil Martin, British bioengineering clinician, 1912-2001. See: Wright respirometer.

Wright

(rīt),
James Homer, U.S. pathologist, 1869-1928. See: Wright stain.

Wright

(rīt),
Marmaduke Burr, U.S. obstetrician, 1803-1879. See: Wright version.
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Joy Beverley and Billy Wright get married at Poole Register Office in 1958
Billy Wright, dubbed 'King Rat', waged a bloody war against the Catholic population in the Portadown and Lurgan - earning the areas the unenviable title as the Mid-Ulster murder triangle - between the mid 1980s and his death in 1997.
Billy Wright retired as a player in August 1959 after a total of 541 appearances for Wolves and 105 games for England.
ON THE RUN: Billy Wright beats two defenders playing for Wolverhampton Wanderers against Charlton in 1953; LEGEND: Tram could be named after England ace
Fulton, 42, from Portadown, County Armagh, battled his way to the leadership of the LVF after the murder by republican gunmen of "King Rat" Billy Wright in the Maze Prison five years ago.
A Rangers insider said: "It's well known that Andy goes over to Belfast a lot but people will be surprised if he wore an armband for Billy Wright.
We spotted Alan A'Court, Billy Liddell, Don Revie, Sir Stanley Matthews - in the days when he was plain old Stan - and Billy Wright, lining up en route to represent Great Britain against the Rest of Europe.
The source said: "If this man has information in relation to the Billy Wright murder we ask him to come forward and give information to the Inquiry.
1959: Billy Wright became the first footballer to win 100 international caps.
Where today are the players with the courage and fighting spirit of Bobby Moore, Billy Wright and Nat Lofthouse?
Let me just remind Mr Harper of these four players: Billy Wright, Bill Slater, Ron Flowers and Eddie Clamp - all England internationals and great players.
BILLY WRIGHT and his wife Joy Beverley - of The Beverley Sisters fame - were the David and Victoria Beckham of the Fifties .