Byard

By´ard


n.1.A piece of leather crossing the breast, used by the men who drag sledges in coal mines.
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The bottom line is that LGBT students are just like every other student in that classroom--they need to see themselves reflected in the reality of what they're being taught," says Eliza Byard, executive director of GLSEN.
Luc Byard has loved using Lego ever since he was a child .
A man, Michael Byard, was taken to hospital on Friday afternoon from Bridge Street and police cordoned off the area.
Byard and GLSEN joined forces with The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) and Equality Michigan and a delegation of families to make DeVos aware of "the pervasive violence and discrimination that the majority of transgender students face across the country, including being prevented from using their correct name and pronouns and appropriate school facilities," said Byard.
Eliza Byard also expressed her excitement and gratitude for having BeyoncAaAaAeA@ backed their advocacy.
After the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network honored Katzenberg and his wife in 2012, the couple started chairing that organization's gala dinner every year, says Eliza Byard, GLSEN exec director.
The Aquatic Center, designed by Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, includes a six-lane, USA Swimming-certified pool with individual rows of bleachers, locker rooms, and a lobby gathering space.
Morpeth mayor Alison Byard said: "I am absolutely delighted.
Murph has a tear in his calf but we have no timescale over the injury at the moment," said Ipswich physio Matt Byard.
Ipswich physio Matt Byard said: "Ryan was training on the Friday when he suffered a non-contact injury.
Les Byard, chairman of The Big Heart of Merthyr, said: "We had to have the Chilli Fiesta back to Merthyr after its enormous success last year.
The launching pad for the Jazz History Database was an unpleasant one, the death of legendary jazz great and Worcester native Jaki Byard, who was killed in his Queens apartment in 1999.