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Hoyle

Sir Fred. 1915--2001, English astronomer and writer: his books include The Nature of the Universe (1950) and Frontiers of Astronomy (1955), and science-fiction writings

Hoyle

authoritative rules for playing cards and other games. [Misc.: Barnhart, 590]
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Dean Hoyle and his wife Janet netted PS250 million when they sold The Card Factory, the greetings card business they built, in 2010.
Prosecutors say Johnson, 20, had attacked Mr Hoyle and taken his keys during a violent confrontation outside the flat in the early hours of December 14,2014.
Jolyon Perks, prosecuting, told Newcastle Crown Court that Metros were stopped for four hours between Byker and Manors, while Hoyle threatened police officers who were trying to get them down.
Jeff Merkley - accepting Bloomberg's donation to Hoyle will require a painful pivot.
Ms Flint described the boat trip to North Hoyle as "exhilarating", adding: "It certainly blew the cobwebs away.
North Hoyle is a 30-turbine wind farm with a 60 megawatt (MW) capacity, built in 2003 .
North Hoyle also pioneered the rst ever Community Investment Fund from an oshore wind farm in the UK, and which is likely to invest more than PS1.
The Hoyle Specialty Decorative Molding provides an element of color and flair to the decor of a home.
When the researchers ran their simulations on the lattice, the Hoyle state appeared together with other observed states of carbon-12, proving the theory correct from first principles.
But despite repeated pressure it was the counter-attacking Tynedale winger Andy Hoyle who opened the scoring, converted by fly half Gavin Beasley.
She leaves her husband, Randall Pichierri; two sons, Jeffrey Hoyle of Worcester and David Furbish of Barre; two daughters, Kelsey Furbish and Adrianna Pichierri, both of Barre; her mother, Margaret Premo of Worcester; and two sisters, Arlene McGoldrick of Paxton and Judith Regan of Auburn.