Wickham


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Wick·ham

(wik'am),
Louis-Frédéric, French dermatologist, 1860-1913. See: Wickham striae.
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Wickham, who had returned with him the day before from town, and he was happy to say had accepted a commission in their corps.
Wickham walked with the young ladies to the door of Mr.
Wickham appeared, Kitty and Lydia would certainly have continued the occupation, but unluckily no one passed windows now except a few of the officers, who, in comparison with the stranger, were become "stupid, disagreeable fellows.
The Londoner seldom understands his city until it sweeps him, too, away from his moorings, and Margaret's eyes were not opened until the lease of Wickham Place expired.
Breakfast didn't seem the same--no, no more did lunch, and so she strolled up to 2, Wickham Place as being the most likely place for the missing article.
6 million for the PV Cape Wickham, and todays unveiling is a great result for both Tasmania Police and the ongoing safety of the Tasmanian community.
Judge William Rayley Wickham - who sat at Liverpool Crown Court for many years - was nicknamed "Whack'em Wickham" because of the tough sentences he handed out.
Eugene police said Peace Dawnowl Wickham, 33, of Eugene struck a 34-year-old victim with a large branch several times around 5 a.
ALAN PARDEW says he would not have signed Connor Wickham if he had been Liverpool boss - because he would not have been given the breathing space to fulfil his PS30million potential.
SUNDERLAND have agreed a deal to sell striker Connor Wickham to Crystal Palace.
DICK Advocaat wasted no time in finding a way to get the best out of Connor Wickham, the striker has revealed.
Seamus Coleman burst into the box down the right in 76 minutes and Was about to shoot when Connor Wickham lunged in from behind.