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Pyle

 (pīl), Ernest Taylor Known as "Ernie." 1900-1945.
American journalist noted for his stories about American soldiers on the European and North African fronts during World War II.

Pyle

, Howard 1853-1911.
American writer and illustrator of children's books, such as The Wonder Clock (1888) and Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates (posthumously published, 1921).
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Noun1.Pyle - United States writer and illustrator of children's books (1853-1911)
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Mr Pyle, 73, was on National Service with The Green Howards when he survived a tragic accident in Graz, Austria, in which 14 men lost their lives.
Fundamental to this cultural loss is the phenomenon Robert Michael Pyle has termed "the extinction of experience," or the termination of direct, frequent contact between children and wildlife.
PC BRIAN Pyle thought this flashing blue light on his helmet was a brilliant idea to alert the public - but his bosses pulled the plug.
Fowler, meanwhile, is stuck in a loveless marriage back home, and is being refused a divorce from his wife, while the young and overly sincere Pyle has taken Phuong from him.
While working swing shift in the Phase Dock, SSgt Pyle was assigned to conduct a power-on check on an F-15C with another worker.
Chronicling the lives of pirates, Pyle goes beyond the "Aye, matey" of imaginary crooks and captains into the amazing details of misadventures on the high seas.
Regardless, sales are booming, and most bakeries are working hard to improve or introduce specifically low-carb lines, said Nicholas Pyle, president of the Independent Bakers Association, whose members include Puritan Bakery in Carson, Galasso's Bakery in Mira Loma and Van Nuys-based La Brea Bakery.
AP) - Famed World War II journalist Ernie Pyle fell victim to sniper fire in April, 1945, but his legacy lives on in the words and actions of a Michigan educator.
CARRIER MILLS -- Billy Joe Pyle, 84, died at 10:10 a.
By: Egypt Today staff 1 December 2017: Actor Jim Nabors, whose portrayal of the grinning country bumpkin Gomer Pyle on the 1960s television hit "The Andy Griffith Show" belied a classic baritone singing voice, died on Thursday at the age of 87, his website said.
WHEN only three players turned up for pre-season training in the summer Pyle were a club, by their own admission, on the brink of extinction.