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Travers

Ben(jamin). 1886--1980, British dramatist, best known for such farces as Rookery Nook (1926), Thark (1927), and Plunder (1928)
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Without more words the great criminal investigator went into the lighted library, shutting the door behind him, and Fisher, without replying, turned and began to talk quietly to Travers. "It is curious," he said, "that the thing should happen just in front of that place."
"I sent Boyle off with Travers," observed Fisher, carelessly; "he'll look after him, and he'd better have some sleep, anyhow."
I said I sent Boyle away in charge of Travers. It would be just as true to say I sent Travers in charge of Boyle."
"You don't mean to say you suspect Tom Travers?" cried the other.
Chaplain (Maj.) Pat Travers brings unique capability to Operation Alaskan Road's joint task force.
Trish Travers cheered on her beloved New England Patriots in the most unlikely of places Sunday - on the big screen at the Bijou Art Cinemas.
A profile of the church written by warden Art Travers notes: "The last local member passed away in 1995.
By MARTIN TRAVERS. (German Life and Civilisation, 35) New York: Lang.
Tim Travers, Gallipoli 1915, Tempus Publishing, Stroud, Gloucestershire, 2001, 287 pp., illustrations, maps, appendixes, bibliography, endnotes, index, hard cover, rrp $39.99
That is a question both John Travers and David Axt have grappled with over the past three years.
By Len Travers. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1997.