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Bevan's operation

Orchiopexy by spermatic vessel transection was first described by Bevan in 1903, whose method was abandoned given the poor results; newer techniques have been delineated which have a high success rate.
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Bevan was employed as an expert to implement a new system, which he manipulated and then covered his tracks.
Bevan, of Orchid Court,Cwmbran, initially denied three counts of transferring criminal property and 10 counts of converting criminal property, but changed his pleas during trial.
Boston coroner's court heard Mr Bevan, of Grantham, Lincs, died in May 2018, as a result of "natural causes contributed to by neglect".
And the two-day inquest at Boston Coroner's Court, which concluded last month, heard Mr Bevan died in May 2018, as a result of "natural causes contributed to by neglect".
Mr Bevan, who won seven medals for his courage during the Second World War, had been told he was not allowed in the UK when returning from a holiday abroad to see his daughter.
Jer, who started favourite for the 1980 Grand National and finished third in the Scottish equivalent, gave Bevan one of his major wins in the 1980 Great Yorkshire Chase, but the trainer's biggest success came when Salwan won the 1992 Glenlivet Anniversary Hurdle at Aintree.
In her memoir My Life with Nye (1980), Jennie Lee, Bevan's wife, recalled the desperate Tory attempts to smear her husband's reputation.
Teddies on display: Bevan has given shows to senior citizens and she is also available for schools.
But the Loganair plane ended up at 3500ft and Bevan said he had to take "corrective action".
Thereafter, Bevan Jones was conscious of continuing where Daniel had started.
Lincolnshire coroner Paul Smith concluded Mr Bevan, of Grantham, Lincolnshire, died of natural causes contributed to by neglect at Boston Coroner's Court in May.