Harvey William

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(här′vē), William 1578-1657.
English physician who demonstrated (1628) that blood circulates through the human body with the heart acting as a pump.
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Harper, 19, of Cil Llidiart, Bylchau near Denbigh, pleaded guilty to driving a Ford Transit van dangerously in Abergele Road, Bodelwyddan, on May 28, and assaulting Harvey Williams, occasioning him actual bodily harm.
Harvey Williams says the market is likely to grow and banks will start to lend more
Chief executive Grainia Long said: "We are also disappointed that the Government did not Harvey Williams include any more details on the operation of the PS10 billion loan guarantee fund announced in September."
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Harvey Williams, president of Coventry RNLI, thanked the people of the city for their generosity.
The freeholder of the building - Progressive Investments - was represented by Harvey Williams Property Consultancy.
Harvey Williams, regional spokesman for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, claims it is vital to help first-time buyers on to the property ladder to aid the struggling housing sector.
Guests included singer Tony Hadley, Zak Richards , Amelia Brown and Jo Jeffries,and Guest Of Honour Mr Harvey Williams. The evening helped raise much needed funds for the NSPCC thanks to the generosity of all who attended.
Harvey Williams has been the club's property consultant for five decades and has been close to many of the key figures throughout City's history - such as Jimmy Hill and Derrick Robins.
Property consultant Harvey Williams is a spokesman for the RICS in the West Midlands.
Harvey Williams, Coventry and Warwickshire regional spokesman for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, claims areas in Kenilworth, Leamington and Warwick have become 'hotspots'.