Tyrrell


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Tyr·rell

(tī-rel'),
Frederick, English anatomist and surgeon, 1797-1843. See: Tyrrell fascia.
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JACKIE TYRRELL says chasing history had nothing to do with his decision to commit to a 14th season with Kilkenny.
Brian Tyrrell, 50, was told 18 of those years would be "custodial" and he would serve at least two thirds, meaning it will be 2027 before he can even apply for parole.
Brian Tyrrell, 50, was told 18 of those years would "be custodial" and he would serve at least two-thirds, meaning it will be 2027 before he can even apply for parole.
The Ibrox club have turned to Merseyside public relations consultant Paul Tyrrell to guide them through the turbulence of the next few months.
Husband and wife Rose and Alan Tyrrell and Daniel Read were invited to a recent council meeting to receive their awards from deputy commissioner Yvonne Mosquito.
Curriculum firm launches online Paleontology course in partnership with The Royal Tyrrell Museum and Golden Hills School Division.
com/blog-entry/keep-myself-physically-strong-mentally-awake-and-morally-straight) in support of ousted scout leader Jennifer Tyrrell on his blog Wednesday, one day after the Boy Scouts of America said its ban on gays and lesbians will continue.
CVC Thermoset Specialties has appointed Jeffrey Tyrrell product manager for its reactive liquid polymers (11I9s).
TRAINER Eamon Tyrrell has failed in hisappealtoconvincethe TurfClubnot to reciprocatethethree-yeardisqualification imposedbytheBHAovertherunningand riding of Casela Park at Newcastle in August2010.
In reflecting on "All the Saints," I recall that George Tyrrell (1861-1909) had written some seminal works on "the communion of saints," his favorite dogma.
We would back up to tape then off site the tapes to a third party," notes Tyrrell.
TRAINER Eamon Tyrrell and jockey Jason Behan have sought legal advice after being disqualified for three years for not running Casela Park on his merits at Newcastle on August 4.