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Marion, U.S. bacteriologist, 1872-1935. See: Dorset culture egg medium.
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Walking it or the coastal path can provide some superb views but there's plenty to do at Chesil Vista, in nearby Weymouth and across Dorsetshire.
Lowman (cultural studies, University College, Winchester, retired) offers a counterview to the widely accepted belief that Hardy was a well-informed, concerned and materially accurate commentator on the social and economic conditions of rural labor in his novels and in The Dorsetshire Labourer, his contribution to the "rural question.
Ten minutes later, however, his athletic, dappled frame is moving freely up the six-furlong grass gallop that rises stiffly at the edge of a field of indeterminate winter greenery, fringed with russet trees and draped across the rolling Dorsetshire hills.
On February 26, 1916 the Queen's Own Dorsetshire Yeomanry regiment commanded by General Peyton caught the Sanusis concentrated nearby Agagiya (al-'Aggagir), the place close to Marsa Maruth in north-western Egyptian territory.
They pounded the Bismarck with shells and torpedoes, while the HMS Dorsetshire delivered the coup de grace.
The Royal Navy obliged, sending the Bismarck to the bottom of the North Atlantic, heavy cruiser HMS Dorsetshire finishing her off.
Lawrence River, including Prince of Orange (sixty guns), Rochester (fifty guns), and Eurus (unknown), while eight more were sent from Louisbourg, including Fame (seventy-four guns), Dorsetshire (seventy), and Achilles (sixty), and the frigates Scarborough (twenty-nine) and Repulse (thirty-two).
For voluntary service to the HMS Dorsetshire Association.
The second witness was air defence officer on HMS Rodney, Lieutenant Donald Campbell, who in his account of the sinking said he saw the Morse signal, which was also reported by a sailor on the cruiser HMS Dorsetshire.
The Bismarck was later cornered and destroyed by HMS Rodney, HMS King George V and HMS Dorsetshire.
Wartime curbs meant Walter, with the Dorsetshire Regiment, was barred from writing a message on the card.
But I remain thankful that the men of the Dorsetshire could come to my aid,' he added.