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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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Willi accused Facebook of applying double standards through its safety gadget as well as the 'flag filter' option which has only been made available after terrorist attacks in Western countries.
The images are composed of colonial-era buildings or monuments as backdrop with Willi added in either reacting or conversing.
Willi used cedar planks left over from a fence-removal project to create raised beds.
In his new role Willi will be responsible for the firm's corporate and brand communications, assuming leadership of Communications Management, Media Relations, Internal Communications and Brand Management.
Participants included Commissioner Joe Borg (maritime affairs and fisheries), EP rapporteur Willi Piecyk and Michel Delebarre, first vice-president of the Committee of the Regions.
Participants will include Commissioner Joe Borg (maritime affairs and fisheries), EP rapporteur Willi Piecyk and Michel Delebarre, first vice-president of the Committee of the Regions.
His name was Willi Munzenberg, and the network he established--the Trust, it was called--enlisted, among others, Andre Malraux, Louis Aragon, Bertolt Brecht, Dorothy Parker, Dashiell Hammett, and Ernest Hemingway.
Willi Food, the distributor's gross margins have been low due to its limited direct access to food suppliers.
WILLI BERCHTOLD has been named CFO of automotive supplier ZF Friedrichshafen AG, in Friedrichschafen, Germany.
Cummings examined people with Prader Willi and found their blood ghrelin levels to be the highest ever recorded in humans--4.
Martha Willi, an ophthalmologist in Peoria, Illinois, would give public officials the widest measure of discretion.
Prader, Labhat, and Willi first described the Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) in 1956.