Evans, William

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William, English physician, 1895–.
Evans disease - familial form of cardiomegaly often accompanied by intracardiac thrombosis; sudden death may occur. Synonym(s): familial cardiomegaly
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William Evans was returning home from The Junction in Blackpill, where he works as a chef, when he was struck by a car in Vivian Road inSkettywhich sent him sprawling to the ground.
Identified by Steve Angle, Decatur, Ill.; Harry Jones, Brookings, S.D.; William Evans, St.
on Cancer visit org The siblings from Anglesey originally, first lost their father William Evans to colon cancer in 1979 at the age of 74.
More than 50 players were present in the Member's Lounge where director of agronomy, William Evans, was on hand on Friday to give out an array of prizes, which included two rakes, pots of paint and a drop zone sign, alongside shopping vouchers.
William Evans was arrested after returning to his home in Celandine Avenue, Salendine Nook, on August 24.
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Our country will soon come together as one!" Boston police chief William Evans said 27 arrests were made - mostly for disorderly conduct and assaulting officers.
Police Commissioner William Evans said the boisterous marchers far outnumbered the rally participants.
"If you had told me 30 years ago that the Boston Police would have an ice-cream truck as part of its patrol force, I would've said you were crazy," admits the commissioner William Evans.
The weapons were a Ruger rifle and Charles Boswell, AYA Aguirre Aranzabal and William Evans sawn-off shotguns.
EST:AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA Boston police do not believe found unattended on Atlantic Avenue Friday morning contained explosives, Commissioner (http://www.metro.us/boston/boston-bomb-squad-responds-to-seaport-district-suspicious-package/zsJold JPCwcJb7h4M4c/) William Evans told mediaAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA after the bomb squad conducted a contro detonation of the device.