Gaskell


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Gas·kell

(gas'kĕl),
Walter H., English physiologist, 1847-1914. See: Gaskell bridge, Gaskell clamp.
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Maryland was a property company, but had not bought Cellar 5 with a view to breaking it up, and had a history of buying companies and turning them round, said Gaskell.
A tribute to Gaskell which appeared in the obituaries page of The Daily Telegraph records his advice to punters: "Always be very selective; record every bet you make, so that you know exactly how much you have won and - more importantly - how much you have lost; and never bet odds-on.
but Mrs Dimbleby actually admits to a feeling, after yet another almost spooky coincidence, that May Gaskell herself is somehow orchestrating her quest from beyond the grave.
8) Implicitly connecting Gaskell's re-formation of biographical genre to female gender, Oliphant asserts that Gaskell "originated in her bewilderment a new kind of biography.
In Gaskell, David Gaskell went on full disability leave on Jan.
We agree an imaginary apartment must be created," Gaskell said.
Analysis of the details of the shapes of the lines in these spectra show that the predominant motion of the cloud is inward, Gaskell says.
Second row forward Gaskell joined Dai Young's squad from Sale at the end of the 2013/14 campaign, and has since enhanced his reputation as a solid lineout operator, whose mobility and handling skills offer an added dimension.
Pictures: JOHN GASKELL ECHO reader John Gaskell took these pictures of the rescue as the hovercraft went to the aid of the group cut off by the tide | |
Any young person wanting to try out golf or join the club can contact Simon Gaskell (junior co-ordinator) or Richard Boucher (marketing manager) on 01609 778855.
Saints were buoyed by the return of five key players, including half-backs Lee Gaskell and Jonny Lomax.
The lawsuit alleged Gaskell was denied a job to direct UK's MacAdam Student Observatory due to his religious beliefs and perceived skepticism of Darwinian evolution.