Dyer, John

Dyer, John,

1700?–1758, English nature poet, b. Wales. He is best known for the topographical poem Grongar Hill (1726).
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Key Personnel: Christopher Calhoun, President; Business Development Team: Dale Dyer, John Bender, James Kwon, John Dillion, Nisha Harrison.
QUIET HELP: 11-year-old Caitlin Hall with money for Warwickshire firefighters and (back, from left) Huddersfield firefighters Jimmy Johnstone, Pete Dyer, John Stephenson, Nigel Jackson and Mark Colley and Crow Lane teacher Angela Holden (JH181207Csilence)
Squad: Steele, Duffy, Page, Staunton, Hall, McSheffrey, Doyle, Hughes, Dyer, John, Adebola, Pressman, Goater, Morrell, Jorgensen, Benjamin, Williams, Whing.
(International sales: Overseas Film Group, L.A.) Produced by Ira Deutchman, Stephen Dyer, John Cosgrove, Terry Dunn Meurer.
At the end of the second day, George Dyer, John Hughes, David Lewis and Edward Rowlands piled into Dyer's car and drove back to Cardiff.
Most of the artists live and work in Coventry and include John Yeadon, Charles Gallagher, Peter Chapman, Alan Dyer, John Devane, Jonathan Waller, Ruth Calland, Joanne Bannister, Jim Botton, Frieda van de Poll, Ashley Spindlers and Kyla Craig.