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Shone

(shōn),
John D., 20th-century English cardiologist. See: Shone anomaly, Shone complex, Shone syndrome.
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BMC said Shone Lumber is an excellent addition to its service capabilities in the Mid-Atlantic region.
BMC has three facilities consisting of a combined 110,000 square feet of assembly, warehouse and showroom space, Shone Lumber is competitively located to serve Delaware, New Jersey, the Philadelphia market and address the growth potential in Northeast Maryland.
Mary's 13-year-old son Liam had to call 999 for help for his dying mum as Shone slid the blade back into a knife block.
Shone, 55, was jailed for at least 16 years yesterday as Mary's relatives watched from the public benches.
A MAN in Sunderland has been arrested after a laser pen was shone at the Northumbria Police helicoper.
30am yesterday , a laser was shone at the helicopter over Southwick.
THE pilot of a police helicopter had to take evasive action after a laser beam was shone into his cockpit.
Jen Hobson, Cancer Research UK Shine coordinator, said: "Cardiff's four local ambassadors shone proudly onto the side of the City Hall and have been a true inspiration in asking people to participate in Shine Cardiff 2010.
Jurors heard Christopher Shone broke down in front of police and said: "I cannot believe it.
2 : to be glossy : gleam <He polished the silver until it shone.
Flintshire magistrates had found him guilty of assaulting neighbour Peter Graham Shone.
But she lived with doorman Paul Shone, 49,at Sandycroft,Deeside,and following an early-hours argument in July, Miss McCloud rang Houghton and asked for a lift to a friend's home.