Addison, Christopher

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Addison,

Christopher, English anatomist, 1869-1951.
Addison clinical planes - a series of planes used as landmarks in thoracoabdominal topography.
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Christopher Addison, 37, and Scott Noon, 41, both left HMP Leyhill in South Gloucestershire at about 5.
In a 1917 diary entry, Christopher Addison, Minister of Munitions, wrote: "I had to admonish a deputation from the Federation of Women Workers this afternoon.
Ushers were Ryan William Brown, Arthur Pelzer Davis, Austin Andrew Fleck, Christopher Addison Gaw, William Coleman Lawler, and Bradley Scott McCay.
A SUMMARY of cases heard at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court between March 13 and 24: Christopher Addison, 30, of Macadam Street, Gateshead, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Gateshead on January 28 and failing to surrender to custody on March 10.
Ushers were Christopher Addison Graves, Benjamin Holmes Hargett, John Harrison Thomas, and James Reynolds Whittington.
Snake lover Christopher Addison is delighted to have her back but is amazed that she's still alive.
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