Dwyer


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Dwy·er

(dwī'ĕr),
Frederick, English orthopedic surgeon, 1920-1975. See: Dwyer osteotomy.
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Clerk of the course Roderick Duncan confirmed Dwyer had regained consciousness.
MARC Dwyer plans to go for broke in next month's rematch.
DWYER BADGE RAGE Martin Dwyer was livid when the complimentary jockeys' badges he had legitimately picked up on entry to Windsor for friends who were looking to buy a horse failed to gain them access to the owners' and trainers' bar, where they were due to meet their prospective trainer - Dwyer's father-in-law William Muir.
This is a momentous day for the international strength and commitment we are making to support and grow our most successful franchise network abroad," said Mike Bidwell, president and CEO of Dwyer Group.
The Dwyer Group has reached an agreement to acquire Service Brands International, a multi-concept franchise system including the Molly Maid, Mr.
SADISTIC Graham Dwyer has started working out in the gym in a bid to lose a few pounds, it has emerged.
Graham Dwyer, from Foxrock in South Dublin, had denied the murder of Elaine O'Hara but was convicted by a jury at the Central Criminal Court last month.
She is survived by her son, James Dwyer and his wife Karen of Oxford; two grandchildren, Michael P.
JOCKEY Martin Dwyer plans to appeal against the near two-month suspension handed to him by the Royal Western India Turf Club.
PHIL Dwyer, captain of Cardiff City, sat in the Ninian Park home dressing room feeling devastated and angry.
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