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Tay·lor

(tā'lŏr),
Robert W., U.S. dermatologist, 1842-1908. See: Taylor disease.

Tay·lor

(tā'lŏr),
Charles F., U.S. orthopedic surgeon, 1827-1899. See: Taylor back brace, Taylor apparatus, Taylor splint.
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Angela Taylor, 53, and her lover Paul Cannon, 54, both of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, deny murder, arson, and an alternative charge of conspiracy to murder.
Taylor was born March 24, 1933 in Lovington, the son of Clarence and Velva King Taylor.
Unified IBF/WBA champion Taylor and WBC holder Persoon were being touted for a unifier in March, but Persoon defends her belt against Melissa St Vil in her native Belgium.
The Benton Taylor & Taylor is run by the father-and-son team of Gregory D.
As much as Taylor Swift is a modern artist in every sense of the word, on paper and upon first glance one could readily mistake her for an American artist from yesteryear, just a much slimmer version.
The Taylor Group of Companies based in Louisville began in 1927 as a small automotive and repair business, and today has 1,000 employees, an international customer base and more than $400 million in annual sales.
How (Not) to Be Secular: Reading Charles Taylor. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2014.
Along with celeb's scintillating performances, fans can expect some drama involving Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Rihanna.
Murder suspect David Ray Taylor's girlfriend testified Tuesday that she served as his getaway driver after a December 2011 bank robbery in Eugene, and bought Christmas presents for her children with the proceeds of that heist.
Taylor Sr., 82, died Thursday, February 7th 2013 in his home after an illness.