Byars

By·ars

(bī'ărz),
Louis T., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Byars flap.
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Well-known Paisley artist and gallery owner Gary Byars decided to paint a unique picture of the town and its famous faces, and decided to set it at an imaginary market at Barshaw Park.
Byars chosen as Medalist Winner in the Women's Fiction category of the 2016 New Apple Summer E-Book Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing.
WSB-TV reached out to Rome School Department Superintendent Louis Byars who said he is aware of the incident, but had no further comment.
Byars is now a sought-after teacher in Paris, but he did have his early blunders--including mistakenly attending an audition meant for female cabaret dancers.
ESTATE OF JANICE PARSONS BYARS, DECEASED LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 8401 RANCH BOULEVARD LITTLE ROCK, AR 72223
We are excited to welcome Minyard Food Stores to the Fiesta family," says Michael Byars, CEO of Fiesta Mart, based in Houston.
Starting off with a bit of jazz in Limassol, the Chris Byars Quartet will be performing at the Vinylio Wine Etc bar.
Oh hi," Clay Byars says, answering the phone at his home in what he calls "horse and cow country" in Shelby, Alabama, about an hour south of Birmingham.
The compost facility would sit in the town's front yard something Mayor Bobby Byars vehemently opposes.
Front office: At BH Media's Omaha World-Herald in Nebraska, Keely Byars has been named vice president of advertising; previously, she'd been publisher of BH's Daily Progress in Charlottesville, Va.
Walt Byars was the first veteran who signed on with Budget Blinds through our Troops in Transition program.
Aconhas hired Michael Byars as president and CEO of Fiesta.