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Ewart

(ˈjuːət)
n
(Biography) Gavin (Buchanan). 1916–95, British poet, noted for his light satirical verse
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According to former ITV royal editor Tim Ewart, Meghan will have an even more difficult time with the media and the public's scrutiny, asA compared withA Princess Diana.
Sarah Ewart flew to England in 2013 after being denied a procedure despite doctors saying her baby would not survive outside the womb.
The local studies department at the Ewart Library in Dumfries is digitally archiving thousands of old Galloway Every week we run a series of old pictures and Alison Burgess, the local studies and information officer at the library, would like read-ers to get in touch with her if they have any information regarding the pictures.
Ewart, who won a patent for a chain design offering both ease of use and fast repairs.
Eleven Harriers ran and Holmfirth's age-group winners were Jean Shotter (1st F55), Lesley Ewart (1st F60) and Rob Kersey (1st M65).
Sarah Ewart, who in 2013 travelled from Northern Ireland to England after being told her baby would not survive outside the womb, was one of three cases referred to in the Supreme Court judgment.
Mrs Ewart intends to take case to the High Court in Belfast to seek the formal declaration of incompatibility that the Supreme Court declined to grant yesterday.
Hometown favourite Lydia Ko finished five off the pace at the LPGA's New Zealand Women's Open yesterday as England's Jodie Ewart Shadoff and Brooke Henderson of Canada made the most of calm conditions.
James Ewart's Langholm raider takes on 10 rivals in the Scottish County Hurdle, the feature race on a card boasting PS163,000 in prize money.
TWO Old Edwardian poets, Geoffrey Bache Smith and Thomas Ewart Mitton, both of whom had connections with JRR Tolkien, fought and died in the First World War.
Tableware firm Churchill export business development manager Glenn Ewart has revealed the firm celebrates 10 years of business in the Middle East this year.
Graham Ewart, managing director of Caerphilly-based Direct Healthcare Services which manufactures pressure care products including specialist mattresses and cushions, will join the board of trustees at Welsh charity Woundcare4Heroes.