Fenwick


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(fen'wik),
Edwin Hurry, British urologist, 1856-1944. See: Fenwick-Hunner ulcer.
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It was his habit to pass the time in mental golf when Claire Fenwick was late in keeping her appointments with him.
Until six months before, when he had become engaged to Claire Fenwick, he had found nothing to quarrel with in his lot.
The victim's mother said Fenwick used his position in the church against the family when they confronted him with the allegations.
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TERRY Fenwick's first game in charge of Cobblers ended in a last-minute defeat.
Fenwick, the internal auditor for Discount Department Stores, hated traveling.
As a pre-eminent high-technology law firm, Fenwick & West LLP fully grasps the potential of Internet-based communication and commerce.
But now that cheap coverage is no longer available, existing pools will recover members," said Dale Fenwick, vice president of the insurance program management firm Cannon Cochran Management Services Inc., Danville, Ill.
Gillian Fenwick, Leslie Stephen's Life in Letters: A Bibliographical Study (Scolar Press, 1993), xxxi + 436 pp., $79.95 cloth.
Gareth Mallaburn was at home and about to go to bed when Brett Fenwick and his brother, Blaine Fenwick, are alleged to have turned up armed with knives.
Mr Mallaburn found out the mother of his children had been having an affair with his friend and fellow kitchen porter, Fenwick, leading to tension between the two men, a court heard.
SO last week we revealed one of the year's best-kept secrets - the date for Fenwick's Christmas Window being revealed.