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Spil·ler

(spil'lĕr),
William G., U. S. neurologist, 1863-1940. See: Frazier-Spiller operation.
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Spiller, who owns the former Wet Spot bar in Du Quoin at 13 S.
Mr Spiller later wrote to the committee informing them he was no longer a member of the RC church.
The store remained in the Spiller family until 1962 when they sold the shop to a consortium of local businessmen who took it on.
Route Director John Spiller has been an integral part of the Gulf News Fun Drive, helping finalise the route.
"In this digital era, most of our consumer-facing ads are online and streaming services, while we do also incorporate TV," comments Spiller. "We support our brand and our retailers with heavy distribution for holidays including Christmas and Easter."
She and Spiller had split but still lived together.
Energy company Duke Energy Ohio revealed on Monday the addition of Amy Spiller as vice president of its Government and Community Affairs.
At Withybush Hospital Mrs Spiller had a CT scan and it was discovered that she had a lump on her brain.
Spiller's fall in Heat 10 with Ellis surging to the front enabled the Brummies to cut their deficit to 10 points, and the next race was the best of the night with Wood hitting the front ahead of a frantic duel between Perry and Bradley Wilson-Dean.
Peter Spiller as the new Sales Director Asia, will be responsible for the sales and promotion of the well-known SSM products in the Far Eastern region.
Spiller has emerged as the Bills' lead running back.
Louis, MO, announced that Robert "Bob" Spiller will join the company as president and CEO.