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Da·vies

(dā'vēz),
J.N.P., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Davies disease.
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She resumed her relationship with Davies after returning home from her studies, and in March 2013 told her mum she was pregnant.
During the trial, the court read out the exchange of lewd text messages dated November 2011 between Davies and the mother.
Mrs Davies had dialled 999 on her mobile, said the judge, and the police operator could hear her screaming in terror and Davies roaring, "tell me about it" before the line went dead.
But Mr Justice Green said that Davies clearly "posed a long-lasting risk -particularly to his wife".
Nigel Davies, director of Davies & Davies, and a dual qualified solicitoradvocate and chartered surveyor, chartered arbitrator, panel registered adjudicator and mediator, said: "Through this collaboration and combination of expertise, we can collectively offer a full service to construction clients of all sizes and capabilities.
8220;Since 2009, we have developed a reputation for quality and reliability with our clients,” said David Davies, Partner, Davies Lawn Care.
The Championship side had played well in the first half with Davies and Beddau wing Tom Benjamin kicking a brace of penalties each for a score of 6-6, but in the final minute of the half, Aberavon struck.
Davies saw off the favourite Ashley Daykin in the semi-finals and played brilliantly to win.
PickThatOneOut: UEFA have short-listed Bangor City winger Les Davies for their best players in Europe award.
The Facebook picture is one of a group still on display last night after "breakfast bet killer" Davies, 16, was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend.
As a member of the UK Government, Lord Davies acted as Minister of State for Trade Promotion and Investment.
Since then her son Paul Davies has been to her grave at Fox's Bank cemetery in Whiston every day to pay his respects.