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Bevan

Aneurin , known as Nye. 1897--1960, British Labour statesman, born in Wales: noted for his oratory. As minister of health (1945--51) he introduced the National Health Service (1948)
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I'll tell you someone else who wanted it to be the best - Nye Bevan, the Labour Welsh firebrand who set up the NHS.
In a statement, UKAD's director of legal Graham Arthur said: "This case is unusual in that Mr Bevan has received a two-year ban because of the unique circumstances surrounding the timing of his admitted use of steroids.
First, Nye Bevan was the nearest thing to a hero that I ever met.
Mr Norman said: "I am excited to be joining Bevan Brittan.
Flowers near Clifton Suspension Bridge, where it was announced that two bodies found near |Avon Gorge are of Charlotte Bevan, inset, and her newborn girl Zaani Tiana Bevan Malbrouck
Ms Bevan is believed to have suffered from schizophrenia, depression and sleep deprivation since giving birth.
Bevan suggests that the long-term prospects for aggregate aid flows may be bleak.
The court suspended Bevan for 91 days effective October 11, 2004, for violation of the following Rules Regulating The Florida Bar: Rule 3-4.
Caroline Wiggin, prosecuting, told the court Bevan met the youngster online in June last year.
Bevan, of Merthyr Tydfil, said he had no intention of complying with the court's orders.
Project manager for the relocation and former chairman, Howard Bevan explained that following a protracted negotiation process, the club has been offered an extension that will guarantee its position for the next 15 months.
SCOTT BEVAN produced an excellent display between the posts to keep Torquay's unbeaten record intact.