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Willis

1. Norman (David). born 1933, British trade union leader; general secretary of the Trades Union Congress (1984--93)
2. Ted. Baron Willis of Chislehurst. 1918--92, British author. His works include the play Hot Summer Night (1959) and the novel Death May Surprise Us (1974)
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Global broker Willis Towers Watson has appointed Adam Garrard as leader for the Corporate Risk & Broking segment, effective immediately.
While total dedicated reinsurance capital dropped in 2018, alternative capital continued its steady rise, according to a report published by Willis Re.
Former skipper Willis has been the mainstay of the back four in recent seasons and has only missed two League One games so far this term.
Kieran Ibitson, his cousins Mark and Dominic Pickering, and Jack Cross and Jahmal Weaver are all accused of murdering Mr Willis, 27,also known as Steven Pickering.
According to (https://pagesix.com/2018/01/01/rumer-willis-removes-her-dwts-tattoo-after-val-chmerkovskiy-breakup/) Page Six , Willis developed feelings for Chmerkovskiy after the two were paired together in the hit ABC reality TV competition.
He joined Willis Re in 2004 and was appointed president of North America in 2010.
Willis left soon afterwards and met Mrs Scanlan as she was on her way back, and for some reason they both went back to Derby Road, where they found that Mrs Smith had fallen out of bed.
Alliance Trust plc (LON:ATST) on Monday defended its appointment of US risk management, insurance brokerage and outsourcing company Willis Towers Watson, as its investment manager, following queries about whether this appointment represented a conflict of interest.
On 22 April 2015, Willis Group announced a firm offer to acquire the remaining 70% of Gras Savoye that it did not own.
Not least from dad Bruce Willis, his wife Emma Harding, mum Demi Moore and sisters Tallulah Belle and Scout who posed for pictures with Rumer after the final curtain.
Willis was telling a partial truth; he was old, old enough to be her grandfather.
The essays in The Essential Ellen Willis vary enormously in terms of length, subject matter, tone, and complexity of argument--but all demonstrate Willis's trademark style as a critic and essayist: her fierce intelligence, insightful observations, pragmatic optimism, and wonderful wit.