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Devoy

(dəˈvɔɪ)
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(Biography) Dame Susan (Elizabeth Anne). born 1964, New Zealand squash player; winner of the World Open Championship 1985, 1987, 1990, and 1992
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Colonel Barclay had married at the time when he was a sergeant, and his wife, whose maiden name was Miss Nancy Devoy, was the daughter of a former color-sergeant in the same corps.
Barclay, who died the other day, was sergeant in the same company as myself, and the belle of the regiment, ay, and the finest girl that ever had the breath of life between her lips, was Nancy Devoy, the daughter of the color-sergeant.
The intended target of that hit, Derek "Bottler" Devoy, a convicted drug dealer, fled the scene after he dropped a baby he was holding and jumped over walls to get away.
Pictured are (back, from left) Brian Martin,William Devoy, Ruth McGill, Ali Jones, David Gemmell, Andrew Park and (front, from left) Jim Robertson, Raymond Reid, Mitchell Gibb and IanWilson.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistani players are not seeded in the World Junior Squash Individual Championships, scheduled to be held at Devoy Squash and Fitness Centre in Tauranga, New Zealand from July 19-24.
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Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People, said: "We congratulate Grwp Cynefin.
Alun Jones, Rod Bishop, Martin Carey, Robert Clarke, Alfred Bartlett, Steve Devoy, all Rapleys
Irish Rebel: John Devoy and America's Fight for Ireland's Freedom, Revised Edition
Paul Devoy, head of Investors in People, said: "Improved salaries over recent months mean that pay is less of a gripe for UK workers.
Paul Devoy, Head of Investors in People said: "Improved salaries over recent months means that pay is less of a gripe for UK workers.
Head of Investors in People, Paul Devoy was particularly impressed by the standard of this year's winning applications; "It is outperforming organisations like these that form the backbone of Investors in People.