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Thomas Wylie was an Ontario physician and political figure. He represented Simcoe West in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Conservative member from 1886 to 1894.

Thomas Wyllie Scottish footballer

Thomas G. Wyllie was a Scottish football player, who played for Rangers and represented Scotland once.

Tom Wylie from Darvel was a professional footballer who played for Dumfries club Queen of the South F.C. and Blackburn Rovers.

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Ronald M. Wylie is a Scottish former football player, coach and manager. He played as a right half or inside forward for Notts County, Aston Villa and Birmingham City, making more than 550 appearances in the Football League, and more than 700 in all competitions. As a manager, he took charge of West Bromwich Albion between 1982 and 1984.

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The Glasgow Dental Hospital and School is a dental teaching hospital, situated in the Garnethill area of the city centre of Glasgow, Scotland.

David Wylie is a Scottish former football goalkeeper.

Wylie is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Harvey Wylie is a former defensive back who played nine seasons in the Canadian Football League for the Calgary Stampeders. For five consecutive seasons, he was an All-Western All-Star and twice he was an All-Canadian All-Star.

Sandy Wylie, Lord Kinclaven Scottish judge

Alexander Featherstonhaugh Wylie, Lord Kinclaven, OBE is a Senator of the College of Justice, a judge of the Supreme Courts of Scotland.

John George Wylie was an English amateur footballer who played as a forward. He won the FA Cup with Wanderers in 1878 and played once for England in 1878. He also took part as an athlete, winning the Pentathlon at the National Olympian Games in 1879.

Andrew Wylie may refer to:

David Wylie may refer to:

Events from the year 1970 in Scotland.

Events from the year 1923 in Scotland.

Andrew William Graham Wylie CBE is a British businessman and co-founder of The Sage Group, the United Kingdom's largest software business.

Wyllie is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Thomas Wylie was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a forward for Sunderland.

Andrew Wylie is an American football offensive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Eastern Michigan University.