dyer


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someone whose job is to dye cloth

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Dyer earned his doctorate in educational counseling from Wayne State University before serving as a professor at St.
Prosecutor Simon Mintz said just after midnight Dyer was seen in an altercation with a female supervisor and Dyer warned if she "disrespected" him he would get a glass and smash it over her.
Dyer's victim gave evidence at the court telling the jury that Dyer partially undressed himself before turning his attentions to him.
Mr Clark said Mr Dyer, a specialist in accident and compensation law, brought with him extensive experience both as a barrister and as a mediator.
Before these proceedings, Dyer had held licenses as an insurance producer and consultant for about 30 years.
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MICHAEL LAUDRUP claimed he was to blame for the penalty row between Nathan Dyer and Jonathan de Guzman.
Amelia Elizabeth Dyer, born in 1829 at Bristol, killed about 400 babies -- mostly the illegitimate infants -- between 1880 and 1896.
com)-- Dick Dyer Toyota understands that it is important to think of others during the holiday season, helping out those who can't help themselves.
Dyer once worked several years for Big D Markets and also for The Mart.
Nigel Patrick Dyer, 53, stepped into the path of a 40-tonne lorry, after being investigated by police, an inquest heard yesterday.
New York bartender Damon Dyer has a new title: Alchemist of Our Age.
Kelly Dyer remembered back to the simple days as she sat in the visiting dugout at Howe Field Wednesday.
The Pitmen took a sixth-minute lead when Ross Dyer headed in Wayne Dyer's cross from the right.
Richard Dyer, 33, of Gorseinon, near Swansea, visited his suspected love rival's girlfriend, mother-of-four Laura Williams, with two goats in tow in the early hours one morning last May demanding to know where he was.