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Standish

Myles (or Miles). ?1584--1656, English military leader of the Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth, New England
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Standish, jocosely; "you see the middle-aged fellows early the day."
"Well, you know, Standish, every dose you take is an experiment-an experiment, you know," said Mr.
Standish, with as much disgust at such non-legal quibbling as a man can well betray towards a valuable client.
"Look here," the hunter Standish spoke to Wolf Larsen, "that's my boat-puller, and I don't want to lose him."
"But that's no reason--" Standish began in a torrent of speech.
Even the protest of Standish arose out of the fact that he did not wish to lose his boat-puller.
The vital piece of life-saving medical equipment disappeared from the box on the wall of the Aldi supermarket in Standish.
Residents in Standish have been given a public vote in July about their own neighbourhood plan.
The shares have been offered by Standish Family Holdings LLC and JS Standish Company (together, the selling stockholders) at USD68.00 per share.
The class A common shares have been offered by Standish Family Holdings LLC and JS Standish Company at a price USD68.00 per share.
Liverpool Crown Court heard he armed himself with the weapon and set upon his ex's mum, Eleanor Standish, 58, and Julian Blakey, 21.