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Hurst

(hŭrst),
Edward Weston, 20th-century Australian physician. See: Hurst disease.

Hurst

(hŭrst),
Arthur Frederick (born Hertz), English physician, 1879-1944. See: hertz.
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Continuing in this vein, Hurst explores the development of the rule by law regimes in China and Indonesia.
General Motors' collaboration with Hurst actually began with the 1964 Pontiac GTO.
Judge Petts said if Hurst, of Sutton Coldfield, had drunk vodka there would have been no reason not to mention it to police at the time.
Hurst is also a veteran winemaker with more than three decades of expertise.
Hurst said: "There are arguments on both sides and nobody understands about the heritage of the national stadium more than me, but I am probably leaning more towards a successful sale.
Hurst likes Wales international hitman Bradshaw, 25, at League One Barnsley, who scored 12 goals for the relegated club last term.
Tied with Hurst and Swede Jenny Haglund after 54 holes, Ardina fell behind despite a 35 start as Hurst sizzled with a birdie and eagle to take charge, going three-up over the Filipina ace with another birdie on No.
A warrant had been issued for Hurst's arrest after he failed to appear for trial - but on Wednesday he finally turned up at court.
Hurst, who played in the Premier League for West Bromwich Albion, was convicted of driving a Ford Focus in Wrexham High Street with excess alcohol on December 17 and of being drunk and disorderly.
And Hurst is close to taking Shrewsbury into the second tier for the first time since 1989.
UNLIKE Premier League managers who shut up shop, Shrewsbury boss Paul Hurst has no intention of parking the bus against West Ham this afternoon.