Pendred

Pen·dred

(pen'drĕd),
Vaughan, English surgeon, 1869-1946. See: Pendred syndrome.
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One man who is certain he will take home the featherweight belt is his gym partner Cathal Pendred.
JOSE Aldo doesn't stand a chance against Conor McGregor in the hugely anticipated UFC title bout - according to former star Cathal Pendred.
Claudia Pendred, EBRD Director, Property and Tourism, said: This is an important investment for Ukraine.
In their ninth fixture, against Leamington, Powell and Rose beat both Andy Cowden/William Pendred and Rupert Larkin/Ross Boyd while Baghdadi and Keenes beat Cowden and Pendred but just lost to Larkin and Boyd.
Catherine Carby was a dark-voiced, passionate Brangane; Stuart Pendred a suave, honey-tongued Kurwenal and Frode Olsen, tall and eerily pale of voice, an otherworldly King Marke.
Coming out of a training camp with the likes of fellow Irishman Cathal Pendred and Peter Queally, Fields described it is the best it has ever been.
It will also strengthen market standards in Egypt," said Claudia Pendred, the director of property and tourism at the EBRD.
Pendred Noyce of Weston said, "There is a hell of a lot going on for school districts in this commonwealth,'' including new teacher evaluations, relatively new curriculum frameworks and new requirements for teachers to better serve English language learners.
Eventually, her sons were diagnosed in 2009 with a genetic condition called Pendred syndrome, which results in abnormalities inside the ear, causing deafness.
These children born with multiple abnormalities may be suffering from one of the named syndromes eg Alport Syndrome, Pendred Syndrome, etc.
This is the EBRD's first investment in the Macedonian real estate and retail sector, which is on the rise," said EBRD Director Claudia Pendred.
Other well-known genetic deafness syndromes which were diagnosed in the deaf scholars include the Waardenburg, Pendred, Treacher Collins and Alport syndromes.