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  • proper noun A surname. A patronymic form of Wile.


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  • The UK, home of Alan Turing, father of modern information technology, and numerous recent prize winners such as Sir Michael Atiyah and Andrew Wiles, is failing to generate sufficient quality mathematicians.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • "We have our own vision of what we want in a ballet company," he said, of he and Ballet Next co-founder and co-artistic director Michele Wiles, a former American Ballet Theatre ballerina.

    Ballet Vet's New Step

  • He carries the famed lunch pail every day and earlier this year Wiles called him a "warrior."

    Virginia Tech progress reports: defensive line

  • Foster and Wiles have both said it has motivated his older brother, Antoine, to work harder so his younger sibling doesn't out shine him.

    Virginia Tech progress reports: defensive line

  • After drawing feedback from the smaller settings, Ms. Wiles and Mr. Askegard found that the Q&A sessions were highly popular.

    Fledgling Company Reaches Out

  • Four players average in double figures, including A-Sun player of the year Siarre Evans and first-teamer TaRonda Wiles.

    Sacramento: Stanford hopes to rule out west

  • One viewing is hardly enough to take in the fluid inventiveness that showcases the sometimes plain Michele Wiles as especially lively here and the sometimes ponderous Veronika Part as fleet and fresh.

    Not the Usual ABT Fare

  • Siarre Evans and TaRonda Wiles helped the Lady Bucs overcome an 0-3 start and return to the NCAA tournament for the second consecutive year.

    Berkeley: Duke is tops, but Stanford looms as No. 2 seed

  • Tayler Wiles, Peanut Butter & Co. Twenty12, at 02:45:38.00

    2011 Merco Credit Union Cycling Classic results, stage 1

  • Ballet Next, the company founded last year by Michele Wiles (former principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre) and Charles Askegard (former principal dancer at New York City Ballet), is aiming to bring audiences closer to dance.

    Fledgling Company Reaches Out


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