Eales

Eales

(ēlz),
Henry, English ophthalmologist, 1852-1913. See: Eales disease.
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BASED US singer Selena Jones and the Geoff Eales Trio bring the Ronnie Scott sound to Llandeilo's Cawdor Hotel on Thursday, July 16.
Professor Steve Eales and Dr Haley Gomez, from Cardiff University's School of Physics and Astronomy, have been recognised by the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) for their contributions to astrophysics.
Jessica Eales, who took her own life in woods near her home the day after her 17th birthday, left a note saying: "I am sorry, I love you with all my heart.
Kirklees Magistrates' Court heard that GP Dr Graeme Eales 'categorically' stated he had no recent contact with the father of Theresa Docherty, despite being accused by her of being responsible for his death in 2012.
The 26-year-old, who worked at the Barclays bank call centre in Wavertree, was attacked at the Parklife music festival in Greater Manchester DI Richard Eales said several revellers pictured at Parklife, whose photos were shown on television, had called the studio directly.
Lifelong Blues supporter and season-ticket holder Darryl Eales was in negotiations with Peter Pannu for several months.
Live rugby union Sky Sports 1, 11am TO keep rugby fans in Sydney under control before today's Test between Australia and the British & Irish Lions, New South Wales police have launched Operation Eales, presumably named after legendary former Wallabies skipper John Eales, writes Graham Woods.
Professor Jackie Eales, from Canterbury Christ Church University, gave a fascinating lecture on "the implications of two female monarchs in Tudor and Stuart England, namely Mary and Elizabeth, and the societal challenges posed by the upheaval of the 1640s Civil War.
PAUL Eales, who has various North East connections, has received a PGA Recognition Award for his outstanding contribution to golf at a PGA fundraising lunch at Manchester's Hilton Hotel.
TOTTENHAM club secretary Darren Eales claims the Londoners can be formidable at home in the Champions League despite being handed a baptism of fire.
That's the view of Wallabies legend John Eales, who has urged Declan Kidney's side to stop making excuses for their failure to win a Test on Australian soil since the late 1970s.