Abernethy


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A·ber·neth·y

(ab'er-neth-ē),
John, British surgeon and anatomist, 1764-1831. See: Abernethy fascia.
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Dell of Abernethy co-owner Polly Cameron said: "Mark will show foragers the huge bounty of produce in local woodlands and riversides, from fungi and plants to berries and herbs.
The contents of Campbell's wine vault had turned Abernethy into a mouthy drunk.
Abernethy joins Cantor from Stifel Nicolaus Canada Inc.
It is great news for the 22,000 vehicles travelling this section of Abernethy Road.
STILL IN LOVE Cathie and Bob Abernethy in 2002 and, below, on their wedding day in 1942
Abernethy specializes in transactional and advisory work and has advised clients raising capital through equity securities in the region, both privately and through IPOs, said a statement from Baker Botts.
During the past 12 months, the firm has added seven new lawyers -- including Abernethy -- to its Middle East operations.
After seeing Abernethy battle home a neck clear of Focail Eile under a stirring ride by Duran Fentiman in the 1m handicap, McGarrity said: "I bought this horse as a two-year-old to win an Edinburgh Gold Cup but for the moment, even though he's by Hernando, he wouldn't stay a mile and a half.
Abernethy also said the board members were free to refer calls to the AG's office.
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Hartlepool 17-year-old Ryan Clark was the only Teesside amateur to take his chance, and he was drawn in the preliminary round against former professional Hugh Abernethy, from Scotland, but now living in Kent.
WARWICKSHIRE duo Alan Abbey and Joe Abernethy are already looking ahead to next season after clinching the 1600cc class of the Heart of England Stage Rally Championship.