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El·lis

(el'is),
Richard W.B., English physician, 1902-1966. See: Ellis-van Creveld syndrome.
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Ellis represents a good get for the insurer, according to David McElroy, president and CEO of AIG North America General Insurance.
Ellis reportedly acted immediately, sacrificing himself and his own vehicle to collide with the driver head-on to prevent others from being hurt.
He was a member of First Baptist Church in Ellis Grove where he served as a deacon.
Now, more than six decades after Ellis's sentence, the BBC will air an investigative three-part series, looking into whether she received the justice she deserved.
Ellis has spent two days in the witness box where she has told the jury that is was Dominic Wallis, 28, who tied up and attacked Miss Clark.
Ellis is actually a free agent after his contract expired last August, but Blackwater insisted that it won't offer an extension unless the 28-year-old shows up in training.
Ellis' family also revealed that the late actor was "ashamed of his addiction and thus was reluctant to talk about it" when he was still alive.
Ellis now must withdraw from the November ballot in Senate District 13, which covers a swath of southwest Houston.
Ellis was commissioned by the City of Selma for the 50th anniversary of the March from Selma to Montgomery, in July of 2015, T.
21st Century Ellis is a solid contribution to the Naval Institutes 21st Century Foundations series and the scholarship regarding the touted U.S.