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Boyle

(boyl),
Robert, British physicist and chemist, 1627-1691. See: Boyle law.
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Boyle, now of Thornliebank, Glasgow, looked on the verge of tears as he left the dock after being cleared.
One victim told the court 22-year-old Boyle had targeted him over a five year period which began when he was aged just three.
We look forward to receiving the evidence and defending him against these charges," he said, adding Boyle would appear before a court in Ottawa on Wednesday.
In October 2012, Canadian-American couple Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman were kidnapped in Afghanistan while they were on a 'backpacking trip'.
State troopers did not ticket Boyle at the scene, and he asserts that he never received notice of his originally scheduled arraignment date in November 2004.
Moore sentenced Boyle to 652 hours of community service at a cancer treatment center, cancer research center or hospice, according to the(https://www.
Boyle Street is a non-profit agency which assists individuals and families challenged by homelessness and poverty.
I was studying [finance] with the intent to get in the industry, but after 9/11 that changed for me," Boyle said.
Boyle has spent years working on a film focusing on the "Thin White Duke" and the script had been written by Frank Cottrell Boyce, who worked with Boyle on the opening ceremony for the London Olympics.
Prosecutor Harry Had-field told Teesside Crown Court the man eventually rushed at Boyle and kicked his legs from under him.
Originally the work went under Mark Boyle''s name, but as it became widely known, they began to exhibit as Mark Boyle and Joan Hills.
COMEDIAN Frankie Boyle won PS54,650 in damages yesterday after a High Court jury decided the Daily Mirror libelled him.