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Muir

Edwin. 1887--1959, Scottish poet, novelist, and critic
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Barclays reimbursed Mrs Muir for the illegal withdrawals from her current account, which amounted to PS1,598.
Both residents spoke to Muir and formed the opinion he was impaired in some way but were unable to smell any alcohol from him.
However, notwithstanding the cheerleading boosterism which underpins the project, there is also a more ambitiously academic attempt here towards a dispassionate and more finely-grained reappraisal of Muir and his values.
In his own statement Tuesday, Muir said his actions were wrong and apologized to his students and the community.
When I met with the National Parks Service in Washington last week it was clear that John Muir s role in their history is widely acknowledged and celebrated in the US.
Muir previously worked as vice president, Finance at Metallon Engineered Materials Co from 1986-1988 as well as senior auditor with Arthur Andersen & Co from 1981-1984.
Muir Hill had previously made a few shunting tractors based on Fordson units.
Take a stroll on the John Muir Way coastal route, have a picnic in the beautiful John Muir Country Park, or enjoy the full spectrum of autumnal colours as the leaves fall in Butterdean Wood.
After battering 55-year-old Pamela to death, Muir taped her up in a duvet and took her 120 miles from home and buried her in a shallow moorland grave.
Despite the overwhelming evidence against him, Muir began trying to cover his tracks.
Muir, 50, of Calder Terrace, Halifax, denies murder.