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Boyle

(boyl),
Robert, British physicist and chemist, 1627-1691. See: Boyle law.
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Prosecutor Harry Had-field told Teesside Crown Court the man eventually rushed at Boyle and kicked his legs from under him.
Allen, who worked with Boyle at C4, said: "Frankie shares the same provocative, edgy comedy danger that Billy Connolly had early in his career.
Boyle, 40, from Glasgow, claimed that the Daily Mirror defamed him by describing him as "racist" and saying he had been "forced to quit" BBC panel show Mock The Week.
Mr Boyle, 40, from Glasgow, claimed the Mirror defamed him by describing him as "racist comedian" and saying he had been "forced to quit" BBC panel show Mock The Week.
A High Court jury awarded Boyle more than PS54,000 damages after concluding that he had been defamed by the Daily Mirror.
Scottish comedian Boyle was awarded [pounds sterling]50,400 by Justice Eady in the case.
Boyle Heights is where it all began for me and I am committed to creating opportunities for the people who live here, said will.
In some of his interviews, Boyle reveals that he has absolutely no illusions about his job.
Boyle, 40, caused outrage last week after a series of jibes on Twitter, including one about a British high jump Paralympic star being blown up by the Taliban.
And Paralympian Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, 43, added: "#knightdannyboyle Boyle - think he should be.
Yet even on the opening night of her own musical, Boyle was being gossiped about.
Boyle thanked the audience for the lift the festival gave "Slumdog Millionaire" and said he and his crew scrambled to make the deadline for a return trip to Toronto with "127 Hours," which finished shooting just last May.