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1. George, Viscount Torrington. 1663--1733, British admiral: defeated fleet of James Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender, off Scotland (1708); defeated Spanish fleet off Messina (1717)
2. his son John. 1704--57, English admiral: executed after failing to relieve Minorca
3. Julian Hedworth George, 1st Viscount Byng of Vimy. 1862--1935, British general in World War I; governor general of Canada (1921--26)
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Byng is a specialist in mobile app development, Dev Ops, micro-services, Scala and machine learning.
4 October 2016 - UK-based web and software development company Inviqa has acquired UK-based software consultancy Byng, the company said.
WHEEL SCAREY: The WW1 bomb was placed in a barrow at Byng Road, Walto
Byron: The Cookbook by Tom Byng and Fred Smith (pictured) photography copyright Martin Poole, is published in hardcover by Quadrille, priced PS20
Mr Byng said: "We are confi-dent that local people and visitors to this lovely, historic town will appreciate our obsession with doing things properly and our commitment to raising expectations around customer service.
Son-in-law Tony Byng who contacted police after a man claiming to be a carer forced his way into a pensioner's home and stole cash and other items
We are hoping to raise as much money as possible to go to two charities that have a jubilee focus this year," said Paddy Byng, the Managing Director of Asprey.
A Yard spokesman said detectives were seeking the driver of a taxi which took Mr Gorbuntsov to Byng Street shortly before the attack.
Mr Gorbuntsov was shot as he entered a block of flats in Byng Street on the Isle of Dogs on Tuesday evening.
A collection of 26 items of correspondence from Admiral of the Fleet Sir George Byng in 1718 to Admiral George Delaval will be sold tomorrow at Boldon Auction Galleries in South Tyneside.
Byng is a general practitioner affiliated with the Institute of Health Services Research at the University of Plymouth, UK.
When writers like myself refer to the Byng-King affair as a precedent, we do not mean that its is a precedent for the Crown doing what Byng did in circumstances exactly the same as those that pertained in the Canadian Parliament in June, 1926.