Ewart


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Ew·art

(yū'ărt),
William, English physician, 1848-1929. See: Ewart procedure, Ewart sign.
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"Suddenly to come into this cauldron, into this Royal Family is beyond anything that she could ever have expected and it will be very, very difficult for Harry, as it was with William with Kate, to explain just how intense that is," commented Ewart. "How every single every expression, movement, comment - bang."
Ms Ewart said: "I feel massively relieved, this has been six years we have been trying to get some change and finally Westminster are going to act and give women here the healthcare we deserve."
If anyone has any relevant information they are asked to contact Cathh at the Ewart Library, Catherine Street, Dumfries, DG1 1JB.
Ewart conceived the idea of a square detachable chain belt system for use in harvester equipment, an innovation for which he obtained a patent.
Holmfirth placings: 22nd Chris Beadle M45, 37.59; 58th Margaret Sykes 2nd F45, 41.47; 73rd Rob Kersey 1st M65, 42.55; 86th Andy Hauser M60, 43.55; 88th Lesley Ewart 1st F60, 44.06; 107th Kevin Yewlett 3rd M65, 45.18; 108th Jean Shotter 1st F55, 45.21; 115th Helen Pettit 3rd F50, 46.03; 147th Paul Winn, M60 49.34; 152nd Neil Midgley, M65, 49.54; 194th Bill Hunter M70, 55.52.
Mrs Ewart intends to take a case to the High Court in Belfast to seek the formal declaration of incompatibility that the Supreme Court declined to grant yesterday.
"'Aristo is in fantastic shape and we couldn't be happier with him," Ewart said.
May God bless you my dear John Ronald and may you say things I have tried to say long after I am not there to say them if such be my lot.'' Thomas Ewart Mitton, called Ewart (his family name) here, was born in April 1897 and was a cousin of JRR Tolkien.
Ewart told Caterer Middle East : "We turn a decade of great business in the region this year and our business just goes from strength to strength working with strategic partners such as 1765 Gemini."
Mr Ewart, who has a wealth of business experience in the healthcare industry, will help deliver Woundcare4Heroes' vision to establish a robust support network for wounded veterans throughout the UK.
STAFF at the Ensign Ewart pub were quite right to refuse to serve sailors from HMS Edinburgh.
A stronger voice for mental health nurses (MHNs) will ultimately benefit patients, says chair of NZNO's mental health nurses section Tanya Ewart. "We need to voice our opinions.