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Myers

L(eopold) H(amilton). 1881--1944, British novelist, best known for his novel sequence The Near and the Far (1929-- 40)
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For twenty years Adolph Myers had lived alone in Winesburg.
com)-- The Myers Team with Century 21 MoneyWorld warns Nevada homeowners to beware of Realtors who call themselves Short Sale Experts or Short Sale Specialists.
They also sometimes met in the garden of the Saint Botolph's rectory, where one of them, Lucas Myers, had lodgings in a converted chicken shed.
A southbound 2000 GMC Yukon smashed into Rote's F-150, which was upside-down in freeway lanes, veered down an embankment, through a chain-link fence and onto a frontage road, CHP Officer George Myers said.
WALTER DEAN MYERS is no stranger to writing good tales.
HOT SPRINGS DEVELOPER Rodney Myers said he thought he closed the door years ago on his failed development, Burchwood Harbour Apartments.
Elizabeth Myers, of Columbia, South Carolina, who has delivered mail for 17 years.
The negotiators of the initial tobacco settlement had chosen Myers as an honest broker who could represent the interests of the public-health community at the negotiating table.
MYERS INTERNET SERVICES, SAN JOSE, California, has announced it has created several indexes to help the mortgage industry track online rates and applications that are available through the Myers network of mortgage companies.
On January 5 the FDA and Bristol Myers Squibb warned healthcare professionals about cases of lactic acidosis, which can be fatal, in pregnant women using d4T (Zerit[R]) plus ddI (Videx[R]) as part of a combination regimen.
Borrowing from the prolific African-American children's novelist Walter Dean Myers, let us "celebrate the children" in practice instead of theory, for it seems that intellectuals and scholars have woefully misdirected the fruits of their labors.
Although the Myers took substantial tax deductions, the partnerships are now in financial distress.