SYERS

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SYERSSenior Year Electro-Optical Reconnaissance System
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BRADFORD: Duke, Mitchell, Overson, Burns, Threlfall, Stewart, Dean, Syers (Fisher 59), Scanlon (Rowe 46), Hannah, Smalley.
Although Syers nodded in his second of the contest in the last minute to set up a nervy end to affairs, Southport hung on for a deserved win; one Watson was delighted to have secured.
You, My Mother by Brendan Connelly & Karinne Keithley Syers & Rick Burkhardt & Kristen Kosmas, directed by Brooke O'Harra, with music performed by Yarn/Wire + Strings, runs February 9 - 20 at La MaMa (74A East 4th Street, between Bowery and Second Ave., Manhattan).
Quakers got one back on 52 minutes when David Syers controlled a through ball from Joe Wheatley, and beat Yates with a right-foot shot into the bottom left hand corner.
Darlington manager Tommy Wright was delighted with Syers' contribution.
Another pounds 2.3 million will go on a new service road across the 300-acre site, according to Evans' director Alan Syers. Sewage works and new drainage will take final spending well over the pounds 3.5 million mark.
Syers also went closest to a goal with a header that was just wide with Sanna beaten.
The upper-end Legacy Books can go from $5,000 to $20,000 and include the "Rolls Royce of service," says Syers. "These kinds of books are kept in the family for generations." Most make multiple copies, she says, since it's so expensive to simply print one.
Meanwhile midfielder Dave Syers struck a hat-trick as in-form Scunthorpe thrashed Portsmouth 5-1 to move level on 58 points with leaders Chesterfield, who suffered a surprise defeat at Wycombe.
MIDFIELDER Dave Syers struck a hattrick as in-form Scunthorpe thrashed Portsmouth 5-1 to move level on 58 points with leaders Chesterfield, who suffered a surprise defeat at Wycombe.
Not for the first time, I found myself referring to Robert Syers and his History of Everton (1830) in which he begins to debate the origin of a district name first mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book as Hiretun.
Specific adsorption of anions has been reported to occur in variable-charge soils, especially with phosphate (Ryden and Syers 1976; Bolan et al.