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Syme

(sīm),
James, Scottish surgeon, 1799-1870. See: Syme amputation, Syme operation.
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After joining up, Sgt Syme was sent to Gallipoli in 1915 and had not been home since.
Mr Syme finally got his wish and testing last Friday revealed asbestos was present in the flat.
Syme birdied the 18th for a three-over 73 and added: "That was cool to see that one go in in front of the massive grandstands.
After all Welsh interest had disappointingly ended before the match play stages had even begun, it's reigning Australian Amateur champion Syme who continues to steal the show on the South Wales coast.
Syme headed home his first just before the break and Sauchie missed another chance when Callum Hendrie's spotkick was saved by Sandy Thomson after Morrison was fouled by Daly.
He is fundamentally not supported by the organisations who support Dying With Dignity," Dr Syme said.
The visitors stepped up a gear in the second half, resulting in tries for Dan Jones and Paul Sellwood after great work from Syme and Callum Bennett.
which Syme hears the "good news" from Sunday) does offer an
Knowing the state of the economy, these sessions focus on upgrading your current equipment to do more for less while improving quality, consistency and profits," Syme says.
The overwhelming problem for most of our survey respondents is how to balance development while maintaining the quiet country atmosphere that attracted people here in the first place,' says CSIRO's Dr Geoff Syme.
As Syme, exponent of Newspeak in Orwell's 1984, rebukes Winston Smith: "In your heart you'd prefer to stick to Oldspeak with all its vagueness and useless shades of meaning.
A publicist for Keanu Reeves said Wednesday that the woman who died Monday in a traffic crash in Hollywood was the actor's former girlfriend, Jennifer Syme.