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Phil·ip

(fil'ĭp),
Sir Robert W., Scottish physician, 1857-1939. See: Philip glands.
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She was later married to Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, which meansA that Philip was a Prince of Greece and Denmark as well, titles that he relinquished when he married Queen Elizabeth II.
Defendant Philip was allegedly smuggling the drugs to an inmate identified as Anthony E.
Her Majesty and Prince Philip both have a beautiful smile on their faces, and they are also staring into each other's eyes.
While Prince Philip's role did not grant him any power, that does not mean he has been sitting by idly.
Philip tours of the Rover plant at Longbridge in 2001
Philip, from Montrose, was giving evidence at the trial of Steven Jackson, 40, and Higgins, 29, who deny murdering Kimberley, 37, and dismembering her body.
He called the talks "constructive" and said they "arose out of concerns over assurances made about RAL" - Dominic Chappell's firm which bought BHS for a pound from Sir Philip months before it collapsed.
Being good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind.' Colleen had found her calling in life, but Philip had already lost his way.
He said he and ambulance officer Jane Moffatt gave CPR in the ambulance and he then felt a pulse in Philip's neck.