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Sir Barnes (Neville). 1887--1979, English aeronautical engineer. He designed the airship R100, the Wellesley and Wellington bombers, and the bouncing bomb (1943), which was used to destroy the Ruhr dams during World War II
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Wallis was firmly blamed - and subsequently vilified - by the establishment.
Richard Wallis, 43, from Keene Street, was jailed in September for life with a minimum term of 16 years after being found guilty by a jury of murder.
Marc-Henry Wallis, 44, is in prison after the ex-TFM DJ admitted beating his wife
Wallis will drive Accentures collaboration with business partners, government and academia in the AI ecosystem, at a time when organizations increasingly are turning to AI as the predominant way to do business.
Now we want to be able to take Arabic content and show it to the rest of the world and we have the network to distribute it," commented Wallis, who began work at Deluxe on March 19, 2017.
Readers come to know Wallis well as a thinker on music theory--his ideas, quirks, limitations, and legacy.
One of the primary causes of racism, Wallis writes, is what he calls "unconscious attitudes.
THE Duke of Windsor, the abdicated King Edward VIII, married Mrs Wallis Warfield Simpson at the Chateau de Cande in France.
REIGNING champion Mark Wallis is 120 points clear of closest pursuer Kevin Hutton in the Trainer of the Year standings with the top six completed by Paul Young, Pat Rosney, Barrie Draper and Angie Kibble, writes Jonathan Kay.
Georey Wallis, 87, of Greenacre Drive, Upper Denby suered a serious head injury on September 23 last year and died three days later in hospital.
Wallis Communications, operator of WUFC 1510AM Boston, announced Sean Hannity can now be heard daily on the station, "Where Liberty Has A Voice".