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Doyle

(doyl),
J.B., 20th-century U.S. gynecologist. See: Doyle operation.
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Con man Kevin Doyle was contacted by five different residents in Cumbria in 2017 who asked him to carry out work at properties which would ultimately have been worth a total of PS30,600.
Manchester City were 2-0 up and, after a long six months out with a foot injury, Tommy Doyle was back in business.
Myles Doyle, 21, abused his position to access the national police computer and to make unauthorised use of police vehicles.
A shunt which had been in Brendan Doyle's brain since childhood was removed at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin in 2011.
Stephen Anthony Doyle, 39, appeared at Caernarfon Crown Court following the incident in a car park near the National Slate Museum at Llanberis on June 2.
The disgraceful Doyle brothers fleeced a vulnerable 79-year-old out of PS25,000 for shoddy work that should have cost nowhere near that amount.
That was the title of an article in a 1983 issue of Sail magazine published barely a year after Doyle Sails was established in the small town of Marblehead, Massachusetts, by Robbie Doyle.
And here comes the Sherlock connection - he also became the brother-in-law of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who penned the worldrenowned tales about the fictional private detective.
Scott, ed., The Illustrated Letters of Richard Doyle to His Father, 1842-1843 (Ohio University Press, 2016), 147 pp., $79.95 cloth.
A Sense of Wonder is the second anthology compiled by Portland Magazine editor Brian Doyle from contributions to that quarterly Catholic university magazine.