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(fen'wik),
Edwin Hurry, British urologist, 1856-1944. See: Fenwick-Hunner ulcer.
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It was his habit to pass the time in mental golf when Claire Fenwick was late in keeping her appointments with him.
Until six months before, when he had become engaged to Claire Fenwick, he had found nothing to quarrel with in his lot.
David Fenwick taught at Oxclose Community Academy in Washington for 14 years but was sacked in 2016 after the illicit relationship came to light.
David Fenwick taught at Oxclose Community Academy inWashingtonfor 14 years but was sacked in 2016 after the illicit relationship came to light.
DEPARTMENT store chain Fenwick has appointed retail veteran Robbie Feather to lead the firm as its new chief executive.
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This coming Wednesday the Library Bar in Limassol will host a performance by jazz singer Sarah Fenwick together with the house band at 9.
STRIKER Scott Fenwick is back with parent club Hartlepool United this week after his loan spell with Tranmere was cut short.
Mrs Fenwick started work in the doubling department at the age of 14 and hoped to continue until she was 60.
Fenwick will be replaced on an interim basis by William Lewis, a longtime London journalist who joined News in 2010.
Northbridge made it 0 for 5 in this town through the years as it lost to Bishop Fenwick of Peabody, 28-0, on Saturday night.
But more importantly, businesses gain a valuable story to tell; a story consumers want to hear and will pay a premium for or give you their loyalty--which is invaluable when times are tough and a competitive edge is key, says Fenwick.