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Wright

(rīt),
Basil Martin, British bioengineering clinician, 1912-2001. See: Wright respirometer.

Wright

(rīt),
James Homer, U.S. pathologist, 1869-1928. See: Wright stain.

Wright

(rīt),
Marmaduke Burr, U.S. obstetrician, 1803-1879. See: Wright version.
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An England cap awarded to Wolverhampton Wanderers and England football legend Billy Wright and a programme from Wolves' 1908 FA Cup victory over Newcastle are among the lots at Bonhams auction of Football Memorabilia.
Joy Beverley and Billy Wright get married at Poole Register Office in 1958
Shakespeare, as you might expect is in the lead, but only just ahead of Billy Wright.
PHOTO (1) Lancaster's Billy Wright - with son Michael and Michael's mother, Shannon Steed - has maintained a 4.
It's the third murder in Northern Ireland since Loyalist Volunteer Force chief Billy Wright was gunned down in the Maze Prison just after Christmas.
The notorious Billy Wright was identified in intelligence material provided by an informant on May 23, 1994 -15 days after Dungannon woman Roseann Mallon was shot dead while watching television, it was claimed.
His dive for safety produced an involuntary release of the shutter to record this picture as Billy Wright of Wolves, standing behind the goalkeeper, looks on.
Redtrack, made up of singer and guitarist Billy Wright, bass player Phil Blake, and drummer Andy Perry, were mentored by Hollie-Jay Bowes, who plays Michaela McQueen.
AN ex-warder from the Maze Prison has claimed fellow OFFICERS smuggled in the guns used to murder LVF chief Billy Wright.
WHITLEY Bay football legend Billy Wright has died at the age of 67.
It has agreed to pay 'reasonable' costs to cover legal assistance for witnesses and the families of lawyer Rosemary Nelson, loyalist paramilitary chief Billy Wright and Catholic Robert Hamill who have alleged security force collusion in the deaths.
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