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Willis

1. Norman (David). born 1933, British trade union leader; general secretary of the Trades Union Congress (1984--93)
2. Ted. Baron Willis of Chislehurst. 1918--92, British author. His works include the play Hot Summer Night (1959) and the novel Death May Surprise Us (1974)
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Andrew pushed Willi to the check-in queue for the flight and alerted security.
Willi tucks salad greens beneath pepper plants and edges her beds with flat-leaf parsley.
The classic division of the Willi Betz Group, the Forwarding and Transport Company founded 62 years ago by Willi Betz, is still the corporation's largest pillar, accounting for 60 per cent of sales.
Willi made it back to his Luftwaffe base following his brush with death, unaware the bombs had damaged the church.
It's good for consumers and sellers, Willi said, because Americans can save up to about one-third on foreign-produced furniture--literally hundreds of dollars on dining room or bedroom suites.
A life member of Merseyside Wheelers, Willi has signed this year to ride for the DataphonicsDolan outfit, headed by Stuart Hallam who recently took on the job of supremo for Irish cycling.
Her name is Willi Huberman, and she's been a nurse for more than 25 years.
Unlike the relatives, the novelist knows that Willi suffers from fainting spells, yet neither the narrator nor the protagonist, despite heavy-handed hints that this malaise is to terminate his life, ever bothers to determine the causes, the nature of his illness, or its meaning.
HORROR OF WAR Bath after raid and, right, Willi yesterday; BOMBER Schludecker during war
Now, at the ripe old age of 87, Willi felt it necessary to apologise to the people of Bath for his actions.
Willi and Doyle, who live together on Simonside Terrace, Heaton, Newcastle, also admitted being on the pitch during a game and they too face a ban when they re-appear at court at next month.
com expert Willi Galloway, "Grow, Cook, Eat" teaches people how to grow organic fruits and vegetables in their own backyards, and how to make delicious meals using those ingredients.