Trevor


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Tre·vor

(trev'ŏr),
David, 20th-century British orthopedic surgeon. See: Trevor disease.
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Victor Trevor sank his face into his shaking hands,
That was the narrative which I read that night to young Trevor, and I think, Watson, that under the circumstances it was a dramatic one.
Born in 1933, Trevor Maggs was a legend on the canals and a regular attendee at boat rallies.
Trevor Reed is competing in the Ffestiniog 360 in aid of the Stroke Association.
By Trevor Ermel This startling photo by Trevor Ermel is actually entitled Business as Usual.
THE brilliant photography of Trevor Ermel is the subject of an upcoming exhibition.
AFTER Esther wakes up in hospital wondering where she is, Frankie and Jack tell her that Trevor killed Carly.
A drunken car ride leaves once-golden boy Trevor Lewis with traumatic brain injury, headaches, and seizures, ending his privileged and previously unexamined life.
IF I'm being honest I have to admit I was slightly disappointed by ITV's The Mafia With Trevor McDonald last night.
THE MAFIA WITH TREVOR McDONALD Mon ITV 9pm In a distinguished career as a newsman stretching back more than half a century, Sir Trevor McDonald has met tyrants, dictators, serial killers and psychopaths of almost every description.
Trevor, in his late 30s, worked in administration at the Municipal Buildings on Dale Street, and one morning in 1960 his secretary noticed him staring intently out the window of his oce.
An edition of Trevor Roper's letters appeared in 2006 (reviewed by John W.