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Synonyms for Byrd

English organist and composer of church music


explorer and United States naval officer

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But The Florida Bar's Environmental and Land Use Law Section had long known Byrd as an environmental crusader who put his seemingly boundless energy to work on many causes, including as an ELULS Executive Council member.
Byrd succeeds former CEO, Chris Hotchkiss, who remains chairman of CaptureRx's board of directors.
In chapter 11, "Court and Country," we see Byrd retreating from city and court to Essex, taking up residence in a rural community that included Catholic friends and patrons, and where Byrd also showed a contentious side.
Byrd was again pulled over at East 19th Avenue and Amazon Parkway, where he was arrested.
Also Byrd followed an unswerving approach to the greatest issues before the Senate based on profound faith in the Bible and the Constitution.
I worked out that, if Byrd did make it, he must have had very unusual wind conditions, but it's clear that he really gave it a valiant try, and he deserves a lot of respect.
I worked out that if Byrd did make it, he must have had very unusual wind conditions.
Byrd developed major partnerships with many of the leaders in Internet eCommerce and supply chain management.
While working at the Manhattan offices of advertising agency DMB&B, where Byrd was a legal secretary with a self-described outsized personality, a baby came in to audition for a Pampers spot and wouldn't leave her lap; she was asked to hold the child for the casting session.
Prosecutor Mark Rees said a neighbour heard the sound of breaking glass and when he investigated he saw Byrd running away.
senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia seemed open to climate change legislation.
DEMOCRATIC US Senator Robert Byrd, the longest-serving member of Congress in history, has died aged 92.
Tyler Tucker, 63, had been the news editor for about a year and a half at the Cabot Star-Herald, the Lonoke Democrat, the Carlisle Independent and the Jacksonville Patriot, said Dennis Byrd, publisher of the Central Arkansas Newspapers for Stephens Media.
Maybe what happened yesterday with Paul Byrd will be that singular event in 2009.