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Wycherley

William. ?1640--1716, English dramatist. His Restoration comedies include The Country Wife (1675) and The Plain Dealer (1676)
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Between 7.15pm and 10.20pm on May 31, the court heard, Psenaska made several phone calls to his wife, initially describing how he and Mrs Wycherley had shared food from a barbecue.
The producer of the new film, Adrian Devane, has revealed Bloom star O'Connor will play the lead character, James, while Wycherley will also play a detective.
The four comedies of William Wycherley are rough and bitter in tone.
Educated in France and at Oxford, Wycherley briefly contemplated a legal career.
All that said, it is a horrific situation that allows you to fully appreciate Roland Wycherley's running of our club.
Since then criminal damage has dropped in the first full month from 59 incidents to 20 and antisocial behaviour is down from 15 to five as of last Monday, town Insp Paul Wycherley said.
Jane Wycherley, the project manager, said: "We're really pleased to be launching our first South Wales self-management course in Cardiff.
The body of Margaret Wycherley was found at her home in Castle Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, on Tuesday.
His mother and brother, Jean and Albie Wycherley, met numerous fan club members outside Billy's statue at Albert Dock before the service.
Chairman Roland Wycherley added: "It was a very difficult decision bearing in mind the way Gary has taken the club forward."
Yet the young lady delivering the leaflets drove across the footpath and parked on the grass verge in Wycherley Avenue, Linthorpe.
The final member of the trio, Raymond (Don Wycherley) is somewhat taken aback when his girlfriend Allison (Marcella Plunkett) confesses to a lifestyle that now includes poker sessions, three times a week.