GOMER


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Related to GOMER: house of God, Hosea, Pyle
AcronymDefinition
GOMERGet Out of My Emergency Room
GOMERGrand Old Man/Matron of the Emergency Room
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Miss Haigh said Gomer had refused to communicate with police after his disclosures to staff at Foxrush House in Redcar on in October 2015.
Last month, tributes were paid to Gomer, a senior banksman (someone who directs cranes and large vehicles).
Svetlana Gomer is very happy to be part of Tewksbury community and looking forward to serve it's residents.
Gomer Davies said: "The children we were working with were very, very poor.
For a young woman of 24, Gomer encountered a surprising problem, diagnosed through a bone density test.
Gomer was the swiftest of 50 snails set loose in Tricio to see which could slither furthest in seven minutes as they pulled a tin of pickled peppers - a speciality of the northern Spanish village - tied to their shell.
Andre Farinha, 24, was made the subject of a suspended sentence after admitting conspiracy to rob while Steffan Gomer, 20, was given an immediate custodial sentence after admitting robbery.
Watson was not even born when the last British winner, Sara Gomer, claimed the Northern California Open title 24 years ago.
l in y The last English winner of a WTA event was Sara Gomer, beaten at the US Open by a 14-year-old called Mary Joe Fernandez.
MAE'N Ddydd Gweyl Dewi a Diwrnod y Llyfr yfory, ac i ddathlu'r ffaith mae Gwasg Gomer wedi cyhoeddi llyfr arbennig i blant.
A New History of Wales, published by Gomer Press, is a collection of 25 articles written by Wales' leading historians, which look again at our history.
GOMER Rodney (Ronnie) Peacefully in hospital on October 16, Ronnie, aged 68 years.