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  • William Davis, Mr. Bauer's lawyer, said the case has some difficult issues.

    Feds: Insider Scheme Spanned 17 Years

  • William Davis, 27, of Bryantown, Md., was killed when he was crushed between two dump trucks on northbound Pennsylvania Avenue/Route 4 about 12: 30 a.m.,

    Man killed by dump trucks in Md.

  • When Franklin County moonshiners were arrested in the past, they were represented by local lawyer William Davis, and they were tried in the county court.


  • He had a little office with a shingle in front that said William Davis, Attorney and Counselor.

    The Faculty Club

  • Expected to be on hand are former All-Mets Lyndon DeBellotte (class of 1983), Earl Moore (1986) and William Davis (1988), each of whom led the city in scoring as seniors.

    Stars coming out to Cardozo ... sort of

  • Call Austin Powder Company's Chairman of the Board, William Davis (216) 464-2400 and urge that he replaces the Tussy family's home and offers an apology.

    Dave Cooper: Boulder from Mountaintop Coal Mine Smashes Into Kentucky Home

  • "I find that the claimant would stand out like a 'sore thumb' due to his colour in any part of the country," tribunal panel chair William Davis was quoted as saying.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • William Davis, the IRB adjudicator, certainly took that position.

    The white stuff

  • Listen to the IRB panel chair, William Davis, and then judge for yourself: "I find that the claimant would stand out like a 'sore thumb' due to his colour in any part of the country."

    Great White North? [bumped]

  • Then, in 1936, Henri Deterding learned that Jersey was discussing the sale of its entire Mexican operation to William Davis, an independent oil man with interests both in the United States and in Europe.

    The Prize


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