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Syme

(sīm),
James, Scottish surgeon, 1799-1870. See: Syme amputation, Syme operation.
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Syme said:"It feels amazing to be back at Portrush.The course is looking absolutely class.
Syme said: "It feels amazing to be back at Portrush.
Two new holes have been added - the seventh and eighth out in the country - and the two that were removed to make way were the ones Syme did well on in 2014 in his run to the last four, where he was beaten by the eventual winner, fellow Scot Bradley Neil.
Mrs Syme, 78, was trapped under the vehicle, in a "pool of blood", though the wheels, set back from the cab, had not gone over her.
Syme continued the current feelgood factor around Scottish professional golf, thanks to his victory in last weekend's Turkish Airlines Challenge, beating Francesco Laporta in a play-off.
Syme was found guilty after trial of sexually assaulting the woman at her workplace in Wishaw on various occasions between January 2017 and August last year.
It is doubtful that Syme's churning stomach would have allowed him to eat much.
Syme, a solid all-rounder who seems to do everything to a decent standard, looks a finishingposition sell at 45 with Sporting Index for a low-grade European Tour event in which the lesserlights of the circuit have every chance of featuring on the leaderboard.
After all Welsh interest had disappointingly ended before the match play stages had even begun, it's reigning Australian Amateur champion Syme who continues to steal the show on the South Wales coast.
Syme headed home his first just before the break and Sauchie missed another chance when Callum Hendrie's spotkick was saved by Sandy Thomson after Morrison was fouled by Daly.
So, it is hardly surprising that the man termed 'the other Dr Death', Melbourne urologist Dr Rodney Syme should be bleating on the ABC National news network today saying that Nitschke "represents a maverick who's on the extreme end of the debate." The report continued:
Panthers led 20-10 at the break thanks to tries from George Cliff, Mike Hall, Louis Collinge and Ben Syme. Chris Davis and Huw Parry scored the Dragons' first-half tries.