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outstanding United States tennis player (born in 1952)

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Connors was sentenced to three years and seven months and Myers, 36, to five years and seven months at Swansea Crown Court in December.
Connors and his son Patrick Dean Connors, 39, both of Greenway Road, Rumney; son-in-law Lee Carbis, 34, also of Rumney; and William Connors, 39 of Trowbridge, all deny a charge of "requiring another to perform forced labour" and William Connors also denies assault.
Two days later, a relative of Connors turned up and asked if there was a gun in the lock-up.
Born in 1952, Connors honed his skills on the public courts of gritty, blue-collar East St.
In a professional career spanning over 20 years, Connors held the world Number One spot for 268 weeks, took eight great slam singles titles, a record 109 singles ATP tour titles, and was honoured in the International Tennis Hall Of Fame.
An issue had arisen as a result of youthful passion and a decision had to be made as a couple," Connors writes in 'The Outsider.
Subsequently, the Attorney General agreed that the sentences in respect of William, John, James and Miles Connors should be appealed.
After Connors leaves, the victim realises a cloth bag containing more than pounds 1,000 is missing alongside documents.
James Connors smashed the window with his elbow and verbally abused the driver in an unprovoked incident in Stockton.
Prior to assuming his new role at the Empire State Building, Connors held the position of Director, World Trade Center Redevelopment at the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, an agency he joined in 1984 and has served in a variety of positions since.
A founding member of Chick Corea's dizzying fusion act Return to Forever (1973's ``Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy'' still amazes), Connors hasn't cut a record in 15 years.
The difference may be the quality of the CD8 cells, not the quantity, says study coauthor Mark Connors of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in Bethesda, Md.
Connors has joined the company as its President and Chief Executive Officer, effective October 2, 2006.
Patrick Joseph Connors and Patrick Dean Connors also deny kidnap, conspiracy to kidnap and causing actual bodily harm.
Connors was a graduate of Northbridge High School and Worcester Junior College, Worcester, MA.