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wyvern

A two-legged dragon having wings and a barbed and knotted tail, used often in heraldry.
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wyvern

protector of treasure and wealth. [Heraldry: Halberts, 40]
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Signed to record label Rubyworks alongside pal Hozier, (right) who they have toured with, Wyvern Lingo are gearing up for a busy 2018, kicking off with their soldout show in the Button Factory tonight before a free instore at Tower Records on Harcourt St at 5.
Wyvern Media employed around 250 people, had a customer-base of 18,000 and an annual turnover of PS7 million.
James Delaney, from Trading Standards, said: "Some of the victims lost their homes and businesses over their involvement with Wyvern Media and this result goes some way to helping them to rebuild their lives.
We are delighted to welcome Nexus and Wyvern Consulting to the Aviation Africa 2015 event.
At the end of last year, the Court of Appeal ruled in the case of Stannard (t/a Wyvern Tyres) v Gore that a tyre-supply company was not liable to the owner of the adjoining premises when a fire broke out and destroyed both units.
Starting as a cover band, Wyvern played songs from their favourite bands like Metallica, Megadeath, Iron Maiden and Sepultura.
As he collects bird, dog, hippo, wyvern and gargoyle droppings, he meets people who rely on waste to make a living, from lowly night soil men and aristocratic lavatory inventors to entrepreneurs who know that where there's muck, there's brass.
ExecuJet, a top business aviation organisation, said it has won key Wyvern recognition for setting high standards of safety in flight operations and maintenance in Africa, Middle East and Australasian (Australia and New Zealand) region.
They beat a physical Dominoes side from the North-west 36-32 and after easing past Wyvern Grangers 66-44 to seal promotion mathematically on a busy weekend in Essex, they defeated Falcons Black 44-32.
net, a US based web-based direct access network for private jet charters, announced on Thursday that it is actively accepting submissions by Wyvern and ARGUS safety-rated operators to join its network.
Adam King, 22, a third-year musical theatre and dance student at Laine Theatre Arts in Epsom, is currently starring as Prince Charming in Cinderella at the Wyvern Theatre, Swindon.
Three cameras will be capturing the speeches at Wyvern House, in Winsford, allowing people to watch the proceedings.