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Sayers

Dorothy L(eigh). 1893--1957, English detective-story writer
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Sydney [Australia], Feb 13 ( ANI ): Australian paceman Chadd Sayers has been called into the 15-man Test squad as a replacement for injured quick Jackson Bird for the four-match series against South Africa, beginning March 1 at the Kingsmead Cricket Ground in Durban.
Roofing and building specialist Hodgson Sayers sponsored the award, offering Ryan a three-year pitched roofing apprenticeship as part of its partnership with Newcastle College to develop and encourage young people in the region who are looking to forge careers in the construction sector.
Tommy Sayers, 22, Stephen Sayers, 24, both of Acton Place, High Heaton, Anthony Sayers, 21, of Tyne Gardens, Ryton, and Bell, 23, of Felixstowe Drive, High Heaton, each face one allegation of affray.
Sayers was arrested and released on bail, only to offend again in the same way in a "communal" car at 10.
In this way, Sayers argues, "both Brahmanical and Buddhist thinkers participate in the transformational construction of a new form of religiosity, often in direct competition with each other" (p.
As a married woman with children, Reynolds had faced a struggle against the prejudice that she should not have a career, and she perhaps took Sayers as her model in showing what women could achieve.
Incredibly the premises is still the home of a Sayers Poundbakery store and today the shop is one of the 158 places throughout the region where you can buy Sayers sandwiches, pies, savouries and cakes.
That was certainly my first impression of Sayers when I began reading these stories in graduate school.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as a professional cricKeter with YorKshire," said Sayers, who missed much of the 2010 season with YorKshire because of a fatigue-based illness.
Malcolm Sayers, 49, had initially claimed he thought he was smuggling "gold dust".
Teacher Gillian Sayers, 43, was killed when the CTV building in Christchurch crumpled under the force of the 6.