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Ryle

(rīl),
John A., English physician, 1889-1950. See: Ryle tube.
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I'm so far detached from that world that if people ever met me, they'd realise that | I'm not Alistair | Ryle, or even one of the people who or even one of the people who Rcould potentially be from that club.
Ryle award: Kiplinger's Retirement Report for a series on confronting challenges in long-term care.
Ryle is concerned about the high level of pressure present in the workplace, particularly in the United States.
Despite a top score of 31 from opener Russell Wiseman, Mold failed to build partnerships and a late effort by tail-enders Ryle (29) and John Crane (24) proved too little as they were bowled out for 143, Claybrook netting 3-20 and Ben Roberts (3-50).
Tanney notes that in his original introduction to his Collected Papers Ryle justified the omission of an index by stating that for graduate students 'the chore of rummaging for themselves will be more rewarding than would be their inheritance of the proceeds of other people's rummagings'.
More than any other ethnographer, Ryle has engaged in substantial conversations with Methodists, Catholics, Anglicans, and Pentecostals alike.
10), the letter by John Ryle of the Association of British Drivers regarding speed bumps, I am a bit perplexed how so much damage can be caused to vehicles - broken springs and tyre blow outs -and very concerned that cyclists may end up in the paths of oncoming traffic.
The microphone was handed over to the school's headmaster Gabriel Malieng, witnessed by Professor Akolde Tier as well as John Ryle who was closing his institute's course about the Sudan, which is held at the school premises.
PARNELL Reilly was in Dublin this week to present Padraig Harrington with his second Ryle Memorial Medal in recognition of the Irish star's successful defence of the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale last July.
He was the loving grandfather of five grandchildren: Tom Indelicato, Tammy and Ryle Thatcher of Natick, and Justine and Michael Lavin of Upton.
Much of the credit for developing this argument should go to Gilbert Ryle who published a hugely influential book entitled The Concept of Mind but who, for disinterested political reasons, refrained from developing his argument further in print at that time.
Phil Ryle, Managing Director at Paramount Foods says: