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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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Friends have said Ms Bevan was part of a "happy couple" and her disappearance was totally "out of character".
Opening the case last month, prosecutor Timothy Evans said Bevan started working as payments manager for the Bermuda Government in January 2011, earning about PS80,000 a year.
In a bumper field of 124 combinations in Grantham, it was Bevan who delivered the winning round on board Fabiola Fairy V, a seven-year-old grey mare owned by Colin Bevan.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) say Bevan tested positive for exogenous anabolic androgenic steroid Drostanolone following an out-ofcompetition test at a squad training session on February 9.
Dr Hart said: "It was a great honour to receive the Bevan prize, which I really appreciated, for two reasons.
Mr Norman's appointment takes Bevan Brittan's employment team to four partners, part of a 10 partner-strong litigation, advisory and regulatory practice.
Ms Bevan, who suffered from mental health issues, was wearing hospital slippers while her daughter was wrapped in just a blanket when they left in cold weather.
Ms Bevan was captured on CCTV leaving Bristol Maternity Hospital coatless and carrying Zaani wrapped in just a blanket on Tuesday.
Throughout the last decade, I have become aware, in genealogical fashion, of the impact Bevan has had on my own teaching.
FROM BACK PAGE became the 33rd boss to be dismissed since the start of the season, Bevan rounded on such panic measures.
Bevan outlines the considerations that both domestic governments and donors should take into account going forward.