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Chad·wick

(chad'wik),
James R., U.S. gynecologist, 1844-1905. See: Chadwick sign.
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McAfee has worked very hard over the years to strongly position itself in the security marketplace," said Chadwick.
Chadwick, nicknamed the butcher, will be hoping he can continue his fine form when he defends his titles at some point in the future, for now though, he will take a well deserved break.
CHADWICK Lawrence, which has offices at Railway Street in the town centre, has agreed a joint partnership deal which sees the law firm appointed as the team's official legal partner.
The case was sent to the crown court and Chadwick, from Leeds, was bailed to appear there later this month.
This is one of many awards Chadwick Carter Blackwell has earned, specifically early in his professional career.
We need to revisit it and revisit it aggressively,'' Chadwick said of a long-term deal.
Keeper Danny Coyne then brilliantly turned a Nicky Shorey effort over, kept out Nicky Forster from close range and dived full length to save a 20-yard Chadwick curler.
In the first week of March, I was asked by Mrs Chadwick to think about what I wanted to do about work and was told t0 let her know.
Discharged from service on 1 June 1865, Chadwick returned to Farmerville once again.
FORMER Manchester United winger Luke Chadwick was in a "stable" condition in hospital last night after collapsing during Stoke's defeat.
Chadwick is surplus to requirements at West Ham despite his role in helping win promotion.
Abergavenny Auctioneers J Straker, Chadwick & Sons' latest wine auction catalogue is something 'just a little bit special' say the auctioneers with a plethora of classic Christmas wines and spirits, including many mature vintages, liberally spread throughout the 970-lot catalogue.