Milroy


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Mil·roy

(mil'roy),
William F., U.S. physician, 1855-1942. See: Milroy disease.
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Milroy thought the approaching soldiers of the Confederacy were only a cavalry, so he resisted instructions to withdraw.
For M Pallonji, Dixit claimed two wickets while Krishna, Neeraj, Milroy and Rajesh scalped one each.
THE letter from A P Milroy (Talkback, March 17) is typical of the annoying way in which the views of those of us who intend to vote leave in the upcoming referendum are being misrepresented.
Nick Milroy, D-South Range, makes Wisconsin the soe state in the country to give hunters the choice of wearing bright pink.
Milroy to its board of directors with effect from 18 March 2016.
SELECTED works by Anglo-Canadian artist Lisa Milroy from the last 20 years of her career are to feature in a new exhibition in Wrexham.
Milroy allegedly grabbed the victim by the throat, police said.
The appointments coincide with the impending retirements of Tom Milroy as group head and chief executive officer, BMO Capital Markets, and Eric Tripp, president, BMO Capital Markets.
Jordan Milroy has climbed a number of the world's tallest buildings to raise money for charity.
Rosemary Milroy, 54, of Darvel, Ayrshire, was also banned from driving for five years but the victim's widower described the sentence as "a kick in the teeth".
Sydney, Australia, Dec 8, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - KGL Resources (ASX:KGL) MD Simon Milroy Presents Live to Investors at the Sydney Sky Tower on November 25, 2013 and simultaneously via Webcast from Investorium.
An analyst with Frost and Sullivan, Andrew Milroy said that Samsung is doing a phenomenal job of continuing its growth rate," said, an analyst with consulting firm Frost and Sullivan, the BBC reports.