Kyrle

Kyr·le

(kir'lĕ),
Josef, German dermatologist, 1880-1926. See: Kyrle disease.
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Kyrle exactly as it was, and then asked for his advice in return, expressed in plain, downright terms which he could comprehend without any danger of misinterpretations and mistakes.
Kyrle Fletcher', Folklife Traditions, 40 (January 2014), 42-43.
Kyrle J Fletcher in his Cardiff Notes: Picturesque and Biographical, published by the Western Mail more than a century ago, revealed how Hangman Jeffries, as he was also known, rode in a coachand-four, with armed outriders down Rumney Hill.
It is not as if St Swithun's had been completely untouched: the chancel was enlivened by murals of trailing vines, palms and angels painted by Lydia Lawrence in 1900, a member of the Kyrle Society.
en, blow me down, there's another incredibly ne tomb, t's time of Sir John Kyrle and his lady Sybil Scudamore dressed in lace rued nery exquisitely carved in minute detail.
According to former Secretary-General of Austria's Ministry of Foreign Affairs Johannes Kyrle, compromise is necessary without which future progress is impossible.
Johannes Kyrle, Secretary-General for Foreign Affairs, Austria
See, for example, the previously unknown details about the life of the famous philanthropist John Kyrle that Heath had discovered by interviewing Kyrle's former acquaintances, in Heath, The Excursion Down the Wye (Monmouth: C.
Furlan M, Robles R, Galbusera M, Remuzzi G, Kyrle PA, Brenner B et al.
We went to Kyrle Hall Youth Club in Sheep Street, where boys were taught various things including football and boxing.
Padraig O'Leary profited from a nice Matthew Dilworth crossfield pass to put them ahead in the 19th minute and then Niall Fleming fisted over after he linked with Kyrle Holland and Dilworth.
Ginnifer opted to style her dress with Van Cleef and Arpels jewellery, Jimmy Choo Kyrle ankle boots and a black Kzeniya envelope clutch, the result of which is a slightly tougher look.