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William, English physician, 1848-1929. See: Ewart procedure, Ewart sign.
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The court also heard that Ewart had attempted to abduct a student the day before the attack on the lecturer.
Holmfirth's men's team of Andy Hauser, Kevin Yewlett and John Ewart finished 15th M55+ team, with Hauser running the fastest time of 18.
Khan hit top form with 81 as Cleveland replied with 174-5 with Ewart (44 no) also in fine form.
Ewart reckons it won't be long before his team are reaping the benefits of the new surface.
Ewart, 24, of Alyth, was put on an 8pm-7am curfew at Perth Sheriff Court a month ago, after he admitted driving in February while more than three times the limit.
Ewart, an honorary life member of the Catterick club - where she enjoyed a dazzling amateur career - won final-stage qualifying for the 2012 Ladies European Tour with an 11-under total of 350 for the five-round tournament at La Manga.
We haven't actually had that many runners as there hasn't been the races to suit," Ewart said.
Savoring a first-place victory for the Valencia Hills Wave's A-team of 15- and 16-year-old swimmers in the 200-yard medley relay, Ewart was exceptionally proud because he'd been told that competing would be out of the question.
Ewart Parkinson (Viewpoints, July 18), makes a powerful case for offering protection to suburbs, such as Whitchurch, Cardiff, that have faced an increasing number of planning applications in recent years and ones which have the effect of detracting from the village environment.
Steve Ewart, Transit Authority Board chairman, said the group has submitted enough signatures to place a measure on the November ballot, which calls for Craighead Count to help fund the bus system at a cost of up to $300,000 a year for the three-year trial.
Peter Barron and David Ewart had become street-level dealers selling pounds 10 wraps to feed their own spiraling habits.