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Payne

(pān),
J. Howard, 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Payne operation.
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Payne was a staid English maid and personal attendant upon Mrs.
Straight from here I hike to Payne an' bind the bargain --an option, you know, while title's searchin' an' I 'm raisin' money.
ONE of the men accused of the murder of Nicola Payne was "trying it on with her" in a pub a couple of months before she disappeared, a court heard.
Payne succeeds Karen Smith, who retired last year after more than 35 years with the company.
TRIBUTES have been paid to the father of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne after he was found dead at his home.
Dave Payne recently launched full-service PR agency Payne Public Relations Inc.
Wayne Payne, who was driving at twice the 30mph limit when he struck five-year-old Cameron Ward, commented outside court after being convicted of causing death by dangerous driving.
Rock Powerhouse ASIA, featuring John Payne, releases "Eye in the Sky" video from the band's latest project Recollections: A Tribute to British Prog
Barry Payne was working as a community staff nurse in Middlesbrough when police saw him driving suspiciously and arrested him in October 2012.
It was thanks to their description and public spirit that Payne was jailed for robbing a partially sighted pensioner in his own home.
Don Payne, a co-executive producer of "The Simpsons" and Emmy-winning writer, died in Los Angeles on Tuesday after losing his battle with cancer.
Jerry Payne is suing the school district for firing him from his $145,000-a-year job even before he reached his one-year anniversary.