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Edwin Hurry, British urologist, 1856-1944. See: Fenwick-Hunner ulcer.
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It was his habit to pass the time in mental golf when Claire Fenwick was late in keeping her appointments with him.
Until six months before, when he had become engaged to Claire Fenwick, he had found nothing to quarrel with in his lot.
THE Chronicle reported last week how the everpopular Food Hall at Fenwick in Newcastle will soon enjoy a multi-million pound revamp.
This was stronger than the third quarter of 2014, when up rounds exceeded down rounds 76% to 12%, with 12% flat, and only a bit below the record setting second quarter of 2014," said Barry Kramer, partner in the Corporate Group of Fenwick & West and co-author of the survey.
Fenwick decided to celebrate London Fashion Week with a window display dedicated to three of the best known names in British fashion - Matchless, Hunter and South Shields-based Barbour.
The way we played (against PSU) was disappointing,'' CSUN coach Jim Fenwick said Sunday afternoon.
Fenwick & West's Venture Capital Barometer[TM] - which measures the change in share price of Silicon Valley companies funded during the quarter compared with the share price of their previous financing round - was up 69% for the quarter.
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Artist's impression of Mason + Rye which opens soon at Fenwick Food Hall in Newcastle
Rhys McKinnell, head of food and catering at Fenwick Newcastle, said: "Our kitchen team have created a tempting breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea menu, focussing on healthy salads, continental style sandwiches, high quality patisseries, Fenwick classic cream cakes and our signature savoury tarts.
Despite having suffered a noticeable injury to his forehead, Mr Fenwick had not fractured his skill or suffered a brain injury, said consultant pathologist Jan Lowe.