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Hurler
Hurler Hurl"er, n. One who hurls, or plays at hurling.

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- Leila Agnes Sophie Hurle (5 June 1901 – 24 February 1989) was a New Zealand prin****l and senior school inspector. She was born in New Plymouth, New Zealand...
- (born 21 October 1936), married Alison Margaret Cooke-Hurle, daughter of Major John Davey Cooke-Hurle and had issue. Hon. Desmond Oliver Martin Parsons (23...
- was the aforementioned Mr Hurle, who the historian Wilhelm North posited, in a 1932 pamphlet, had actually been Henry Hurle, a wealthy carpenter, surveyor...
- [citation needed] He married Alison Margaret Cooke-Hurle, daughter of Major John Davey Cooke-Hurle and Margaret Louisa Watson, on 15 October 1966. They...
- Australian National University, Rob Hurle, is considered to be the first person to connect Vietnam to the Internet. Hurle first presented his ideas about...
- twice and had two daughters and four sons. His daughter, Norah Cooke-Hurle born Fry (1871–1960), was an advocate of better services for people with...
- regarding spatial orientation and acceleration. Hughes I, Binkley J, Hurle B, Green ED, Sidow A, Ornitz DM (2008). "Identification of the Otopetrin...
- arrive in New Zealand. Ida Gaskin, politician, Mastermind winner Leila Hurle, schoolteacher, schools inspector Daisy Basham, radio personality Kendra...
- Brendan Parsons, 7th Earl of Rosse (21 October 1936) He married Alison Cooke-Hurle on 15 October 1966. They have three children and two grandchildren: Lawrence...
- Joseph Storrs Fry. She later became Norah Lillian Cooke-Hurle after her marriage to Joseph Cooke-Hurle in 1915. She was an advocate for better services for...