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Muir

(mūr),
Edward G., British surgeon, 1906-1973. See: Muir-Torre syndrome.
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In his account of King Lear, for instance, Frank Kermode summons a roll-call of critics writing in the 1950s and 1960s, including Kenneth Muir, John Holloway, L.
But Martin Pipe, William Muir, John Gosden, Sir Michael Stoute, Luca Cumani and Brian Meehan were all absent and missed their horses flying to victory.
The five Wembley appearances, the promotions and helping the club establish itself in the division we now call the Championship are all achievements I look back on with pride," said Mungall, who joined a role of past winners that includes Ian Muir, John Aldridge, Eric Nixon and Warwick Rimmer.