Tyrrell


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(tī-rel'),
Frederick, English anatomist and surgeon, 1797-1843. See: Tyrrell fascia.
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JACKIE TYRRELL has declared that a 12th All-Ireland win for Brian Cody would be his greatest feat yet.
Tributes have been paid to Professor John Tyrrell after a career dedicated to researching the life of Czech composer Leos Janacek.
His disease has rapidly progressed, and one of Brian's father's friends, Tim Tyrrell, jumped into action.
Tyrrell. Below is a photograph of the Royal Oak taken from the churchyard ofTrinity Church, taken by E.A.W.
"I'm going to curtail your drinking for some time," he told 19-year-old Andrew Tyrrell.
By Ian Tyrrell. (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2015.
Joe Tyrrell, executive vice president of corporate strategy at Pleasanton, California-based Ellie Mae Inc., finds lenders are letting "consumers take control of the pre-approval process."
DESPITE BEING recently honoured with the Queen's Service Medal for her community work promoting health, education and support for those in need, Nelson rehabilitation nurse Elaine Tyrrell (right) said her role at the upcoming faith community nurses' conference would be mostly "doing the washing up".
Albertas world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is getting even more exciting as it unveils a major new exhibit and a planned $9.3-million expansion, part of the Alberta Jobs Plan.
He liked being photographed with them as props, an affectation that Ian Tyrrell captures with two such images in his wonderfully insightful new book.
Crisis of the Wasteful Nation: Empire and Conservation in Theodore Roosevelt's America, by Ian Tyrrell. Chicago & London, The University of Chicago Press, 2015.
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.