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May,

Richard, German physician, 1863-1936.
May-Hegglin anomaly - Synonym(s): Hegglin anomaly
May-Hegglin syndrome - Synonym(s): Hegglin syndrome
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Donations in memory of Richard may be made payable to Cancer Research UK sent c/o Gascoignes of Coleshill Ltd, 100, High Street, Coleshill B46 3BL.
Richard may not have a harmonica like his predecessor, but he does have jazzy gold boots and a withering smile.
Richard May of DLA Piper, which helped with the report, said: "While the overall outlook for the manufacturing sector is still one of growth, hopefully a majority Government and the promise of increasing economic stability will boost confidence and have a positive effect on manufacturers in the second half of the year.
Dessie's son Richard may well follow his father into the Dessie's son Richard may well follow his father into the training business but I'd reckon on the champion jockey taking the Flat route.
Richard may need to take his head out of the clouds until Virgin Galactic is safely back on track but if we stopped reaching for the stars and fulfilling our ambitions then wouldn't we all still be firmly rooted to the ground.
Sir Richard may need to take his head out of clouds in terms of timings until Virgin Galactic is safely back on track, but if we stopped reaching for the stars and fulfilling our ambitions then wouldn't we all still be firmly rooted to the ground?
Sir Cliff Richard may record another Scots song 14 years after he sang the Lord's Prayer to the tune of Auld Lang Syne.
Richard may be made to: Wounded Warrior Project-Advance Guard, P.
St Thomas More was a satirist, and it is plausible that his unpublished historical account of King Richard may have been a satire on the type of revisionist history that was necessary to appease the Tudors.
However, the academics speculate that Richard may have exhibited a common psychological syndrome know as an intolerance to uncertainty.
Bottom row left to right: Gavin Douthwaite, Chris Parkes, Daniel Spencer, Richard May, Gary Forster, Paul Rae.