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Theodore L., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1899-1946. See: Terry syndrome.
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March 2011 - Terry is reinstated as England captain after Capello claims that Rio Ferdinand's persistent injury record meant he needed a U-turn.
Chief magistrate Howard Riddle said: "The issue for the court to decide is not whether John Terry is a racist in the broadest sense of the word.
Terry did not attend Wednesday's hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London.
Terry Gilliam: I like the game where you get to dress up and wander around, but what I didn't see was a choice of underwear.
Unemployed Edward Terry, 56, of Chafford Hundred, Essex, admitted during a hearing before magistrates in Basildon, Essex, to supplying 3.
TV cameras focused on Terry as the visiting team filed past the home side for the traditional prematch ritual.
Terry, 29, wanted to keep it secret to protect his lucrative sponsorship deals, Mr Justice Tugendhat ruled in his judgment overturning the so-called superinjunction.
Club sources claim Terry is vulnerable, de-motivated and ready to consider a new challenge following 18 months of managerial upheaval since Jose Mourinho left in September 2007.
Bet365 - to finish fourth: 13-8 Coolio, Ulrika, 5-2 Ben, 14 Terry, 22 Verne; to finish third: 11-8 Coolio, 6-4 Ulrika, 6 Ben, 8 Terry, 18 Verne; runner-up: 8-13 Terry, 3 Verne, 7 Coolio, 9 Ulrika, 18 Ben.
Terry made a name for himself and his group, Operation Rescue, in the 1980s and into the '90s by leading raucous protests at abortion clinics around the country.
Terry will be signing copies of his book, My Life on a Hillside Allotment, on Saturday from 2pm.