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Aylward

Gladys. 1903--70, English missionary in China
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camarades, there is no drop of French blood in my body, and I am a true English bowman, Samkin Aylward by name; and I tell you, mes amis, that it warms my very heart-roots to set my feet on the dear old land once more.
The warning, by the World Health Organization's Dr Bruce Aylward, comes despite a huge drop in the number of new cases of infection of the killer virus, which has claimed the lives of more than 11,300 people to date.
WHO Assistant-Director Bruce Aylward told reporters that tight surveillance and tracing contacts of infected people remain crucial, and are especially challenging during the heavy rains in August.
Ger Aylward plunged the sword in with a thrilling performance that yielded 3-5 from play on his first Championship start.
Aylward were re-elected as Class III and Class I Directors of Virtus Global Multi Sector Income Fund and Virtus Total Return Fund, respectively, to terms of three years or until their successors have been duly elected and qualified for each board.
Alan Aylward, from Eglwyswrw, Pembrokeshire, was found guilty of the rape of two girls, both aged under 14.
WHO's Dr Bruce Aylward also says Sierra Leone probably met the targets in the west of the country and he expects levels nationwide to improve "in the coming weeks".
WHO Assistant Director General Bruce Aylward told a news conference the number of burials and new admissions had fallen and there was a plateau in laboratory-confirmed cases.
WHO assistant director general Bruce Aylward, describing his figures as a working forecast, said the epidemic "could reach 5,000 to 10,000 cases per week by the first week of December.
The death rate was higher than the official 50 percent rate and that "a lot more people will die" if the West Africa outbreak was not stopped," WHO Assistant Airector-General Dr Bruce Aylward said on Tuesday, Aljazeerah reported.
This health crisis we face is unparallelled in modern times," WHO's emergency chief Bruce Aylward said at a joint press conference.
As the confirmed death toll rose to more than 1500, the World Health Organisation's Bruce Aylward said: "This is not a west Africa issue.