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Synonyms for Byrd

English organist and composer of church music


explorer and United States naval officer

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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.
The Institutes approached Byrd Alley in 2011 to develop the social platform for insurance professionals.
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.
But late in his senatorial career, Byrd had a change of heart.
Working on 320-days rest, Byrd threw six shutout innings and unexpectedly beat Roy Halladay and the Blue Jays, 7-0.
But aides said that Byrd made the decision to step aside on his own in light of the changes brought about by the presidential election, and he did not discuss the issue with Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV).
I was looking at the cover of your latest issue designed by Daniel Byrd and found it to be fascinating that blood can be in a syringe on the backside of the barrel
Teresa Byrd wants to bring excitement back to The Great Indoors with a compelling good-better-best merchandising story that demystifies home decorating, the senior vice president and general manager of the decorating superstore told HFN.
Lackey's scoreless streak was snapped at 30 2/3 innings and Paul Byrd came back to beat his former teammates as the Cleveland Indians defeated the Angels 6-4 in front of 43,744 at Angel Stadium.
THERE is little to suggest American Chris Byrd will still be IBF world heavyweight champion after tonight's trip to Germany for his grudge match with Wladimir Klitschko.