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Stephen John Byers is a British Labour Party politician who was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Wallsend between 1992 and 1997, and North Tyneside from 1997 to 2010. He was implicated in the MP expenses scandal and retired from politics in 2010.
Brook Byers is a senior partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and the brother of Stanford University Professor Tom Byers and Atlanta, Georgia engineering entrepreneur Ken Byers.
Tom Byers is a professor at Stanford University in the United States. He concentrates in the area of high-technology ventures and serves as the faculty director for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program.
The title character in a narrative work is one who is named or referred to in the title of the work. In a performed work such as a play or film, the performer who plays the title character is said to have the title role of the piece. The title of the work might consist solely of the title character's name – such as Michael Collins or Othello – or be a longer phrase or sentence – such as The Autobiography of Malcolm X or The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The title character is commonly – but not necessarily – the protagonist of the story. Narrative works routinely do not have a title character, and there is some ambiguity in what qualifies as one.
"Bye Bye Nerdie" is the sixteenth episode of the twelfth season of the American animated sitcom The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on March 11, 2001. In the episode, after Lisa becomes the target of a female bully named Francine, she discovers a scientific reason as to why bullies pick on nerds and demonstrates her findings at a science conference. Meanwhile, Homer goes into the childproofing business, causing baby-injury-related businesses to go in decline.
Eurogamer is a video game journalism website owned by Gamer Network, both formed alongside each other in 1999. Its editor is Oli Welsh.
Wolfgang Becker is a German film director and writer. He is best known to the international audience for his work Good Bye Lenin! (2003).
"Bye Bye Bye" is a song by the American boy band *NSYNC. It was released on January 11, 2000 as the lead single from their third studio album No Strings Attached. The song was written and produced by Kristian Lundin and Jake Schulze, with additional writing by Andreas Carlsson. Its lyrics describe the end of a romantic relationship; it was reported to also reference the group's separation from their manager Lou Pearlman and their record label RCA Records.
A bye in sports refers to organizers scheduling a competitor to not participate in a given round of competition, due to one of several circumstances.
The 21st Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film for 1963 films, were held on March 11, 1964.
Jeff Byers is a former American football center who played in the National Football League. He played his college football for the University of Southern California.
"It Hurts Me" is a 1964 Top 40 song recorded by Elvis Presley on RCA Victor. Credited to Joy Byers and Charles E. Daniels, "It Hurts Me" is a ballad that was recorded by Elvis Presley on January 12, 1964. It was first released as a single by Elvis on February 1964.
Robert Louis Byer is a physicist. He was president of the Optical Society of America in 1994 and of the American Physical Society in 2012.
Kirkelig Kulturverksted (KKV) is a Norwegian company and record label, founded in 1974 by Erik Hillestad. Among the musicians who have issued records on the label are Ketil Bjørnstad, Kari Bremnes, Erik Bye, Ole Paus, Sigvart Dagsland, Bjørn Eidsvåg, Knut Reiersrud, Deeyah and SKRUK.
Members of the British Liberal Party's Frontbench Team from 1945 to 1956 :
Michael Byers may refer to:
James Edward Bye is an English actor who has portrayed the role of Martin Fowler in EastEnders since 2014.
The Nigerian Academy of Science is the official science academy of Nigeria. The academy of science was established on 18 January 1977 as an association of Nigeria's foremost scientist, but incorporated in 1986. It is the apex scientific organization in Nigeria. The academy today acts as a scientific advisor to the Federal Government of Nigeria, funds research fellowships, and scientific start-up companies. The academy is governed by its council, which is chaired by the academy's president, according to a set of Statutes and Bye-laws. The members of council and the president are elected from, and by its Fellows. The basic members of the academy are also elected by existing Fellows. There are currently 233 Fellows allowed to use the postnominal title FAS, with not more than 10 new Fellows appointed each year. The current president is Professor Kalu Mosto Onuoha, a professor of Pure and Applied Geophysics. The Nigerian Academy of Science is Nigeria's national representative on such bodies as the International Council for Science (ICSU) – the umbrella body for all science associations and unions – and the Inter-Academy Partnership (IAP) – the umbrella body for all national science academies globally. The academy is also a member of the Network of African Science Academies (NASAC).
Byers is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The men's super heavyweight event was part of the boxing programme at the 1992 Summer Olympics. The weight class allowed boxers of more than 91 kilograms to compete. The competition was held from 27 July to 9 August 1992. 17 boxers from 17 nations competed.