HILES


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HILESHigh-Level Synthesis Algorithms, Tools and Design
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The second resulted from a great cross from Barker finding Hiles, who finished after a great first touch.
Pelesasa was saddened for Hiles and knew that she had to do something.
During the afternoon Mr Hiles and other drivers watched as two burly men set about each other, one pushing the other over the bonnet.
Speaking about his daily struggle to deal with his grief, Mr Hiles said: "I want to spend time with my all kids, just like everyone else.
Peter Hiles, clinical physicist and radiation protection advisor at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd, and clinical scientist Lynn Bateman with one of the dummies being used to test X-ray equipment before it is used on patients Picture: STACEY OLIVER
Hiles capped a memorable and profitable afternoon with success in the Newbury Placepot.
Ms Hiles said: "There has been a tremendous uptake in the region already and many farmers are using the scheme to great effect and helping to protect local wildlife and landscapes.
A ConocoPhillips spokeswoman said Mr Hiles, an electrical supervisor, had worked at the terminal for many years and was "a valued employee and colleague".
TREAD CAREFULLY: David Hiles and Mike Welch celebrate their collaboration
There was a controversial start to the second half when appeals for a Glenavon penalty were waved away by referee Frankie Hiles.
the headquarters supplied and distributed illegally converted cable boxes to satellite offices around the Valley, which in turn sold the devices to customers outside California, said Detective Richard Hiles.
ANDREW HILES was founder and Chairman of the first international user group for business continuity and disaster recovery planning; founding Director and first Chairman and Fellow of the Business Continuity Institute; and a founder of the World Food Safety Organisation.