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William, English surgeon, 1736-1819. See: Hey amputation, Hey hernia, Hey ligament.
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Louise Shepherd, the hospital's chief executive, said: "This is an exciting and fantastic time at Alder Hey following our move to our brand new buildings in October.
Mr Andrew Fisher, defending, said Hey needed the cash to pay for a new house after his mother had moved into his home.
Eleanor Brogan, now in her early 20s, whose drawing of a flower when she was a 14-year-old heart patient inspired much of the look of the new building, said: "When I drew my picture seven years ago, I didn't expect I would play such an important part in the design of the new Alder Hey.
Justin Brantmeier Vande Hey Brantmeier Pre-Owned Superstore, (920) 731-2844, jbrantmeier@drivevhb.
Considering the bright outlook that's shaping up for Hey Snails Inc.
CUTLINE: The Hubbard Farm by Len Haug will be on display at Princeton Hey Day.
Mark, who is thought to have raised over PS50,000 for Alder Hey, adds: "The fundraising event that probably stands out the most is trekking along the Great Wall of China last year - it was great to see a fantastic part of the world and to be doing so for a fantastic cause.
Also available from Vande Hey Brantmeier is the 2013 Chevy Silverado, one of the longest lasting and most capable pickup trucks on the road.
We cannot but agree with the view of the British Medical Association representative that it raises the issue of just who is paid to do the cleaning at Alder Hey, and also how effective it is.
There will be no shortage of entertainment at Hey Day.
Two nurses, both in their 80s, who worked at the hospital in the 1950s also visited to share their memories of Alder Hey, which has been caring for children for more than 100 years.
Now that they are both at Hey Snails, Red and Harold are betting their company's future on kids.