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parry

an act of parrying, esp (in fencing) using a stroke or circular motion of the blade

Parry

1. Sir (Charles) Hubert (Hastings). 1848--1918, English composer, noted esp for his choral works
2. Sir William Edward. 1790--1855, English arctic explorer, who searched for the Northwest Passage (1819--25) and attempted to reach the North Pole (1827)
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In addition, their strengths in marketing will be synergistic, with Parry Nutraceuticals focusing on the human nutrition segment and Synthite Industries on the food colours and additives segment.
On July 20, 2013, Mrs Parry contacted Gwent Police to report her husband refused to return her passport.
Jonathan Austin, prosecuting, said the men walked past Parry and he approached them and seemed as if wanted to say something.
In each case, Parry manages to mix the objective with the personal.
Parry was found in possession of 20 indecent photographs of children.
Yesterday Parry was jailed for a minimum of 26 years after a jury at Newport crown court found him guilty of murder.
Parry then shot himself in the face in the botched suicide bid.
John Parry, chairman of JPM Parry & Associates of Cradley Heath, said the company was one of the unseen victims of last year's West Coast Main Line franchise shambles, which finally ended with Virgin retaining the right to run the line until 2017.
Hundreds joined Wendy Parry and her niece Evie Parry-Fields in a minute's silence as the doves were realeased.
Colin and Wendy Parry were speaking as they prepared to mark the 20th anniversary of the atrocity, which claimed the lives of Tim, 12, and three-year-old Johnathan Ball.
He said: "After important documentary films about iconic British composers Vaughan Williams and Elgar, both of whom recognised Parry as the leader of their art in this country, this substantial documentary comes not a moment too soon in celebrating one of our country's greatest and most influential composers.