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Ev·ans

(ev'ănz),
Herbert M., U.S. anatomist and physiologist, 1882-1971. See: Evans blue.

Ev·ans

(ev'ănz),
Robert S., U.S. physician, 1912-1974. See: Evans syndrome.
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Veterans Haydn Pugh and Ian Jones had fine games in the Quins pack and at half-back, Rhodri Wells kept Evans supplied and the fly half distributed the ball in great style.
"The Evans Report has become a leading source of information in the Palm Beach real estate community," said Leslie R.
Mae'r cyngerdd yn deyrnged i ddiweddar fam Wynne Evans, Elizabeth Evans, MBE a achubodd Theatr y Lyric rhag cael ei chau ac a gyfrannodd gymaint i ddiwylliant Cymru.
But when Van Gisbergen (right) posted his first penalty, Evans replied and they started titfor-tat kicking.
'We welcome Waterford Village Bank customers to Evans Bank and assure them that their deposits are safe, sound and readily accessible,' said David J.
Bob Evans Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Maple Biscuit Sausage Sandwiches and "Pigs in a Blanket" will be introduced into grocery stores in all Bob Evans markets by late August.
The old tests, however, left a nagging possibility that the clucks just trigger a reflex to search for food, Evans says.
"Under any other circumstances, he'd have gotten a $50 ticket," says Evans. But Maye had just killed a cop.
(I later learn he is the party's copromoter.) I walk with Evans into two adjoining rooms.
Her response was that she couldn't take refuge in the "easy consolations of orthodox faith" writes Hughes, and instead felt one should "nourish fellow feeling towards the men and women you encounter every day." Later it was Evans' combination of intellectual understanding and warm empathy that drew hundreds of people to her home with their religious difficulties and their troubled souls.
Elefterios Evans, aged 33, of Lexington Court, Abbey Street, Nuneaton, had pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm on one victim and two charges of assault.