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CRYER, practice. An officer in a court whose duty it is to make various proclamations ordered by the court.

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Mr Cryer also said there was "a lot of worry" among Labour MPs about trigger ballots and possible deselections.
Results: Pro-am: 1 C Hanson/C Stratford (Ind Woodsome Hall/Huddersfield) 44; 2 N Hirst/C Smallpage (Dewsbury) 42; 2 A Cryer/A Cryer (West End) 42; 4 T Pollard/S Sandie (Bradley Hall) 41; 4 J Pearcey/P Sellen (Ind Huddersfield) 41.
Cryer is a Board Certified Nurse Executive and Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse.
Cryer had been scheduled to be arraigned March 11 in Worcester Superior Court, but his lawyer, Michael S.
Asked if Ashton is ready to be a dad, (http://www.people.com/article/jon-cryer-ashton-kutcher-mila-kunis-pregnant-babyhttp://) People Magazine reported that Cryer joked that fatherhood would be a disaster for Ashton but went to set the record straight.
"It's a real shame you don't see comedy records in the charts anymore, don't you think?" sighs Cryer, who became a legend in the industry through working with everyone from the Monty Python team to Morecambe and Wise and The Two Ronnies.
Coventry's Cryer finished one shot off making the weekend as he followed up a one under par 71 with a 69 in the second round to come tied 64th but his efforts were in vain as the cut mark came at 139.
CBS and producers Warner Bros Television hope to persuade Kutcher and Cryer to commit to a further two seasons of the comedy.
Cryer told police he hoped to gain a reaction from Collymore, a talk-Sport host who campaigns against racism.
London, Mar 22( ANI ): Joshua Cryer, a Law student, guilty of barraging former England striker Stan Collymore with racist tweets has been spared jail, and has been ordered to do carry out two-year community work.
Joshua Cryer, 21, admitted using the social networking site to bombard the football pundit with abuse in an attempt to "snare a celebrity", a district judge at Newcastle Magistrates' Court heard yesterday.