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Hor·ner

(hōr'nĕr),
Johann F., Swiss ophthalmologist, 1831-1886. See: Horner syndrome, Horner pupil, Bernard-Horner syndrome, Horner-Trantas dots.

Hor·ner

(hōr'nĕr),
William E., U.S. anatomist, 1793-1853. See: Horner muscle, Horner teeth.
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If Horner were in danger it would be another thing; but this fellow will not appear against him, and the case must collapse.
Didn't he say what the Hoppers and Horners were like?
No; he only said they were two separate nations, and that the Horners were the most important.
Annette Hunt, who has spent nearly half of her life fighting for the rights of low-income residents at Horner like herself --"the little people," she calls them--is concerned about their future there.
Previously, Horner has finished in the top 10 overall in the 2010 Tour de France, captained the 2012 U.
Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC described 38-year-old Paul Horner as ''a career criminal'' after highlighting his previous convictions for house burglary and the various prison sentences he had served over the past decade.
Johannesburg, July 31 ( ANI ): Australian racer Mark Webber has mocked his former boss, Christian Horner, describing him as a hypocrite.
Deputy District Judge Tim Spruce told Horner the case "crossed the custody threshold" but said he felt it was not appropriate to jail him given the personal loss he had suffered with the death of his partner.
A judge showed mercy to Lee Horner, 34, saying he would have to live with Emma Bennett's death for the rest of his life.
CHRISTIAN Horner has praised world champion Sebastian Vettel for not throwing his toys out of the pram during Red Bull's ongoing crisis.
A judge at the Old Bailey had heard that Jordan Horner, 19, Ricardo MacFarlane, 26, and a 23-year-old man who cannot be named for legal reasons had told one couple they could not hold hands while walking down the street because it was a Muslim area, attacked a group of men drinking outside and said a woman would face "hell fire" for the way she was dressed.
Ma and George Horner received floral bouquets and a standing ovation from their audience of about 1,000 people in Boston's Symphony Hall.