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Wesley

1. Charles. 1707--88, English Methodist preacher and writer of hymns
2. his brother, John. 1703--91, English preacher, who founded Methodism
3. Mary, pseudonym of Mary Aline Siepmann. 1912--2003, British writer: her novels include The Camomile Lawn (1984) and An Imaginative Experience (1994)
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"I didn't know how we were going to move on without Larry," said Wesley. "Every day would be a struggle.
Wesley later retrieved the camera and showed himself visibly shaken and out of breath.
Wesley, a Morrisons warehouse operator, said at the time: "We hadn't been in the place long.
Wesley, who regularly posts videos chronicling his life under the pseudonym Guillotine Mack and claims to be famous, asked Tina whether she knew who he was and asked her to say "hello" to the camera.
Nearly 283 years ago the methods adopted by Susanna Wesley when educating her children had many positive results.
"We are thrilled MKP has chosen Wesley Clover Solutions as their communications technology partner," said Al Pigliacelli, Wesley Clover Solutions Senior Vice President.
| Expendables 3 stars Kellan Lutz, Wesley Snipes, Sylvester Stallone, Antonio Banderas and Jason Statham | Expendables 3 stars Kellan Lutz, Wesley Snipes, Sylvester Stallone, Antonio Banderas and Jason Statham MEL GIBSON, Wesley Snipes and Harrison Ford add to Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger's sense of mayhem in The Expendables 3 (12A).
John Wesley: The Faith That Sparked the Methodist Movement is an documentary about 18th-century evangelist and social reformer John Wesley (1703-1791), one of the founders of the Methodist branch of the Christian faith.
Wesley successfully appealed the conviction, and the case was returned to Lane County Circuit Court for further review and a possible retrial.
Nevertheless, Robben feels the former Inter star still has plenty to offer, telling NOS: "Wesley Sneijder is a very important player.
As the founder of Methodism, John Wesley is portrayed on countless souvenirs, notably those by Josiah Wedgwood and when his business declined, by Enoch Wood, who rose to prominence among the Staffordshire potters.
But unlike the popular Viz cartoon character, life for Wesley isn't filled with scrotum-based adventures.