Byars

By·ars

(bī'ărz),
Louis T., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Byars flap.
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Walt Byars was the first veteran who signed on with Budget Blinds through our Troops in Transition program.
ACON has hired Michael Byars as President and CEO of Fiesta.
James Lee Byars is said to have instructed Thomas McEvilley as he prepared an essay on the artist for this publication in 19.
Keely Byars has been named publisher; previously, she was general manager, a job she'd held for six months.
But it was Westdyke who took the lead with their first shot on target in 24 minutes as Byars curled a brilliant free-kick past keeper Sonny Cain.
Flower girls were Byars Hollingsworth, niece of the bride, and Bella Bentley.
With 8:26 remaining in the 4th quarter, Ponce was trailing Humacao by nine when Ponce player Carlos Emory (formerly of the University of Oregon Ducks) fouled Humacao's Derrick Byars (formerly of the University of Vanderbilt Commodores) as Byars drove to the basket.
The band Ari Roland Quartet brought Ari Jon Roland on Bass, Zaid Nabeel Naseer on Alto Saxophone, Christopher Lawrence Byars on Tenor Saxophone and Keith Gregory Balla on Drums to create a fusion with Pakistani instrumentalists like Aamir Husain on Sitar, Mohammad Ajmal on Tabla and Muhammad Salman on Flute.
At many football clubs, it s very hard to get season tickets," Alex Byars, Senior Consultant in the Sports Business Group at Deloitte, told Reuters.
Byars will take on the role of Strategic Advisor to support the organization's growth strategy.
The Chris Byars Quartet was named the latest addition to the list of performers at the Gulf Jazz Festival at the La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Art, Manama.
Furthermore, the lower-fat frostings that Singh and Peoria chemical engineer Jeffrey Byars are creating with Fantesk have the smooth texture and spreadability of buttercream favorites, yet contain up to 50 percent less fat.