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Muir

(mūr),
Edward G., British surgeon, 1906-1973. See: Muir-Torre syndrome.
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Muir, a single mother-of-three, pleaded guilty to one count of fraud by false representation between May 2015 and March 2016, in that she purported to be the owner of her mother's debit card.
Muir told officers he had been driving along Drip Road and felt the car's wheel jerking.
Muir, of Musselburgh, East Lothian, was convicted this week and sentenced at the High Court in Edinburgh.
Muir and he remains on the teaching faculty," de Bruyn said.
For Jim Ormerod, who lives on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales, Muir Hill tractors provide both a living and a hobby.
Despite evading the life sentence that would have followed for a murder conviction, Muir is still likely to receive a lengthy spell behind bars for manslaughter due to the fact he concealed the body.
Muir begins "It Depends On What the Meaning of the Word 'Is' Is: An Introduction" by reviewing the political and social events of the 1990s to establish the historicist context for his collection of reviews.
While much Muir scholarship has downplayed the importance of his Christian upbringing on his mature environmental ethics, over the past twenty years more scholars have begun to recognize some of the Christian theology that undergirds Muir's writing.
In the history of environmental writing, John Muir stands alongside George Perkins Marsh, Aldo
Muir, of Dennett Road, Prescot, had gone into Liverpool city centre for a night out when she encountered Mr Murphy, whom it is believed she vaguely knew.
He leaves his son Michael Muir and his wife, Christine, of West Boylston; his daughter Maura Young and her husband, David, of McLean, Va.
Muir seeks to correct the historical record with regard to what he sees as a dismissive or even hostile attitude towards published popular blues before the 1920s.