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Byrd

1. Richard Evelyn. 1888--1957, US rear admiral, aviator, and polar explorer
2. William. 1543--1623, English composer and organist, noted for his madrigals, masses, and music for virginals
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The Environmental and Land Use Law Section Executive Council overwhelmingly supported the decision to rename the public interest attorney award for Chris Byrd not only for the contributions he made to our section as a section member and as an executive council member, but also for his wholehearted work to protect Florida's--and our country's--environment," Section Chair Vivien Monaco said.
Since joining CaptureRx in 2014, Byrd has served in key leadership roles as the company's chief financial officer, chief operations officer and president.
a formidable and expensive undertaking for Byrd and his printer" (pp.
That's when police said Byrd became "verbally hostile" toward the officer, repeatedly spitting inside the police car and slamming his head into the partition that separates the backseat from the front.
Critics and competitors perceived Byrd as pedantic, tedious, dogged, and obsessed with parliamentary minutiae.
At issue is whether Byrd and pilot Floyd Bennett could have made the 1,500-mile round trip from Spitsbergen in only 15 hours and 44 minutes, when some experts were expecting a flight time of around 18 hours.
The flight was incredibly controversial," Newsom explained, adding: "The people defending Byrd were vehement that he was a hero, and the people attacking him said he was one of the world's greatest frauds.
The inventor has developed a working prototype of The Byrd Outdoor Table that has been utilized with success.
A musical drama about the travails of a Supremes-like '60s vocal trio starring former "American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks, Byrd says that being an African American gave her an insight into the film.
Jas Mann, defending, said Byrd was a drug addict, but knows he cannot use them as an excuse to commit crime to fund his addiction.
But late in his senatorial career, Byrd had a change of heart.
Byrd was elected to the House of Representatives in 1952, becoming a senator seven years later.