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Earle

(ĕrl),
Wilton R., U.S. pathologist, 1902-1964. See: Earle L fibrosarcoma, Earle solution.
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"There is often so little support and information about the menopause for women who need it most," says wellbeing guru Liz Earle.
Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov received the newly appointed Ambassador of the United States of America Earle Litzenberger, Trend reports with reference to Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry.
Senior brokers from Columbia-based NAI Avant are forming a partnership with NAI Earle Furman of Greenville that will increase manpower and resources, the companies said in a news release.
John Baldwin, of NAI Earle Furman, represented the landlord, Steeling Golf Cart Corp., in leasing an 18,000-square-foot industrial property at 211 Fairforest Way in Greenville to GVD Corp.
ALMOST 6,000 VOLUNTEERS across Canada help facilitate the Navy League Cadet and Royal Canadian Sea Cadet programmes, among which is an individual with a name familiar to many across Canada: our National President, Earle Corn.
John Earle, 87, pictured, who narrated two Jackanory stories in 1971 and presented programmes for youngsters in the 1960s and 1970s, was deputy head teacher at a school in Okehampton, Devon, when he carried out the attacks on a boy there who was just nine when his ordeal began.
GEORGE Earle has pinpointed the influence of Danny Wilson as the main reason for his move to Cardiff Blues.
Within 10 years of making his first T-shirt with its unique cupcake and crossbones logo, Johnny Earle's business revenue was PS3.56m.
Sean Earle spoke to Linda Clarke, 54, as she dangled her legs over the side and did not try to save her as she swung over and plunged 60ft.
Bob Rogers UE agreed to take that on with some assistance from Earle Fladager.