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Hey·er

(hī'yer),
W.T., 20th-century U.S. scientist. See: Heyer-Pudenz valve.
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Heyer noted that the firm does hire locally for jobs.
Heyer's mother then entered the stage, telling the audience: 'Only 15 days my ago, my daughter Heather was killed as she protested racism.
clash Protesters march in Boston, above, opposition supporters clash with police and memorial to Heather Heyer
THE mum of tragic Heather Heyer has refused to speak to President Trump over his likening of her antifascist daughter to neo-Nazis.
Heyer. I, along with many others, do not endorse this moral equivalency," CNBC quoted Graham as saying in a statement.
The encounter soon turned bloody as a 20-year-old suspected Nazi sympathizer smashed his car into the counter-protesters, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring some 20 others.
THE father of Heather Heyer, 32 - who was mown down and killed while protesting against the neo-Nazis - has called for reconciliation.
Rochman and Chris Heyer, Co-CEO of Dillanos, expect this partnership to have far-reaching effects throughout each of the participating locations.
The focus is on Australian documentary film-maker John Heyer and The Valley is Ours (1948).
Heyer asks how police forces can continue to deliver efficient and effective services as their budgets are reduced while the demands that they face--from being responsive and accessible to local communities to being capable of tackling new forms of criminality--show no signs of diminishing.