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Doyle

(doyl),
J.B., 20th-century U.S. gynecologist. See: Doyle operation.
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Doyle pushed on to develop new sail technologies were exciting for the time --inventions such as The StackPak' (the first complete mainsail furling system), and the 'Quicksilver' (a roller reefing genoa that claimed to be the strongest sail construction on the market in the early 80s).
Most recently, Doyle served as DirecTV's chief financial officer and executive vice president, Finance.
From a ridgetop almost a mile away, I alternated between a 400mm camera lens and a pair of binoculars, watching as one of my best friends, Doyle Worbington, began an incredible stalk on a mountain goat by descending into a canyon that absolutely terrified me.
Doyle Security Systems announced the buyout of the accounts of Albany Protective Services (APS) for an undisclosed amount.
Derek Doyle, a first-year player from Arizona State, won the C2 singles title in two hard-fought games over southpaw John Staeb of Michigan State.
Almost 100 years ago Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - the Scots author of Sherlock Holmes - met and became friends with Harry Houdini, the illusionist and stunt performer who was the world's most paid entertainer.
A FOOTBALL agent accused of throwing the "piledriver" punch that killed PC Doyle told police that he "panicked" when the officer had "kind of " come towards him, jurors heard.
YOU don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to work out that the first ever convention celebrating the life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle would be held here.
The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack the Ripper
Doyle, 66, of The Boston Home in Dorchester, formerly of Worcester, died unexpectedly on Sunday, March 2, at Carney Hospital in Boston.
On the Kenai Peninsula, they might belong to Doyle Fuel Service, Inc.
LEEDS want to hijack Celtic's move for Kevin Doyle - and they could snare Stephen Hunt too.