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wyvern

A two-legged dragon having wings and a barbed and knotted tail, used often in heraldry.
See also: Ornament

wyvern

protector of treasure and wealth. [Heraldry: Halberts, 40]
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Wyvern Media employed around 250 people, had a customer-base of 18,000 and an annual turnover of PS7 million.
Wyvern Media publication director Thomas Chamberlain, 31, from Upper Eastern Green Lane, Coventry, was also ordered to pay PS121,688 from his assets gained through his part in the operation last October.
His obsessions lend a surrealistic air to the descriptions of people and places, and there are near-poetic descriptions within his thoughts, such as "silences rubbing against one another in endless consolation." Also interesting are the drug-addled schizophrenic daughter of the Wyvern clan, her self-aggrandizing brothers, and an autistic child in the Super's building who brings out his compassion and empathy.
Companies like Wyvern Fireplaces and Currys are desperate to take your money when you want to buy something but they couldn't give a stuff when it needs fixing.
NEXUS is said to be Wyvern Consulting's international partner covering the Middle East, Asia and Africa regions.
Starting as a cover band, Wyvern played songs from their favourite bands like Metallica, Megadeath, Iron Maiden and Sepultura.
While the entire village is amassed at Buckshaw to watch the famous Phyllis Wyvern perform, a body is found, strangled with a length of film.
As he collects bird, dog, hippo, wyvern and gargoyle droppings, he meets people who rely on waste to make a living, from lowly night soil men and aristocratic lavatory inventors to entrepreneurs who know that where there's muck, there's brass.
ExecuJet, a top business aviation organisation, said it has won key Wyvern recognition for setting high standards of safety in flight operations and maintenance in Africa, Middle East and Australasian (Australia and New Zealand) region.
They beat a physical Dominoes side from the North-west 36-32 and after easing past Wyvern Grangers 66-44 to seal promotion mathematically on a busy weekend in Essex, they defeated Falcons Black 44-32.
ClearJet.net, a US based web-based direct access network for private jet charters, announced on Thursday that it is actively accepting submissions by Wyvern and ARGUS safety-rated operators to join its network.
Adam King, 22, a third-year musical theatre and dance student at Laine Theatre Arts in Epsom, is currently starring as Prince Charming in Cinderella at the Wyvern Theatre, Swindon.