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David P.D., Scottish surgeon, 1882-1938. See: Wilkie disease.
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See also Haydon's list of the painters who by his account descended from himself, Wilkie and Turner; Diary of Haydon 3: 99-100 (May 14, 1826).
Wilkie, who came here to sell fire extinguishers, opened the first wine bar in the city in the late 1970s and eventually ended up setting up DUCTAC.
In April, the full city council is expected to decide if the project should be studied further, Wilkie said.
Jon Daly and Wilkie had ensured United were cruising to their third win in a row to continue their impressive recovery from a torrid start to the season.
United almost took a 13th minute lead when Scott Robertson flicked on Craig Conway's free-kick on the left to the unmarked Wilkie at the back post, who had time and space, but could only blast over.
Depute fiscal Callum Thomson said Wilkie began sending the woman unwanted emails and texts between March 2 and April 8 this year, also trying to reach out to her on social media.
Wilkie, of Burlington Street, Aston, was jailed for eight and a half years at Birmingham crown court after being found guilty of wounding and theft.
"Those who hold the Purple Heart, the recognition of wounds taken in battle, will now receive priority consideration when it comes to claims before the Department of Veterans Affairs," said Secretary Wilkie.
After being confirmed by the Senate in an 86-9 vote, Navy and Air Force veteran Robert Wilkie was officially sworn in as the 10th secretary of Veterans Affairs in an Oval Office ceremony, held July 30.
[USA], Jul 24 (ANI): Pentagon undersecretary Robert Wilkie was, on Monday, confirmed as the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs by the United States Senate, ending months of uncertainty over the post.