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Murphy

1. Alex. born 1939, British rugby league player and coach
2. Eddie, full name Edward Regan Murphy. born 1951, US film actor and comedian. His films include 48 Hours (1982), Beverly Hills Cop (1984), Coming to America (1988), and Dr Dolittle (1998)
3. William Parry. 1892--1987, US physician: with G. R. Minot, he discovered the liver treatment for anaemia and they shared, with G. H. Whipple, the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1934
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Now growing in confidence, Murphy changed to a power serve, which proved profitable.
Rowling has not acknowledged that Murphy's work was an inspiration, although The Worst Witch was first published in 1974 and had become a bestselling series by the time Rowling sat down to write her first Harry Potter story.
Brashear, an attorney, will lead Holmes Murphy's presently forming Houston team as vice president/market leader for South and Central Texas, with an eye for expanding the Texas employee benefits division into one of the largest markets in the country.
It was natural for Claiborne to go to work at Murphy Oil as a staff attorney after receiving his law degree.
Aside from Max, Murphy has other kids with ex-wife Nicole Mitchell Murphy.
The boy's middle name is a tribute to Murphy's older brother and fellow comedian Charlie Murphy, who died of leukemia last year.
Although the original pharmacy of Hinkle's is no longer an operation of the establishment, Murphy's Mercantile & Co.
Murphy had his arm around Abueva's neck in a tussle for position and the two eventually fell down in the baseline near Phoenix' bench as a scuffle ensued with other players getting into it as well.
Five-time world champion O'Sullivan has doled out the misery to Murphy over the years, including three beatings at the Crucible Theatre.
Murphy, the interior designer of the pair, and Reimer live on the east side of Wichita in a brick home filled to the brim with artifacts, art and perfectly picked furniture.
James Williamson, a Warrington hospital consultant, told the inquest Mr Murphy had visited A&E five times in the last 24 hours, each time either leaving by discharging himself or being escorted off the premises for being "abusive" and "aggressive" to staff and "intimidating" other patients.
But the justices were united in calling for Murphy to step down as a judge.