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Gas·kell

(gas'kĕl),
Walter H., English physiologist, 1847-1914. See: Gaskell bridge, Gaskell clamp.
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Judge William Gaskell described the offending as "utterly contemptible".
Peter Jukes outside court; he blamed MD Jonathan Gaskell, right, for the unsafe working conditions
With that data, the next step is to create a process that helps take advantage of that new learning," Gaskell says.
Patient Fiona is prepped for the big op and as Gaskell scrubs in, the tension mounts.
These health monitors are not inexpensive, but if you have 10 operators damaging batteries and equipment, they will eventually damage all batteries if they're rotated," Gaskell says.
Aside from being hungry and having infected cuts on his feet, Gaskell said he had suffered no major injuries.
Quakers missed another sitter on 62 minutes when Armstrong got around the back of the defence and set up an easy chance for Gaskell, who somehow pulled the ball wide from just a couple of yards out.
We are working with ten sites anchored by Asda and that experience and expertise was a major attraction to the landlordsChris Gaskell
I go on to argue that Gaskell complicates an entirely escapist view of the south with the problematic return of Frederick and Edith from their southern European travels.
Reading Gaskell in the Twentieth Century and in the New Millennium.
District Judge Gwyn Jones said Gaskell was clearly unable to comply with court orders.
To hear Kevin Gaskell tell it, realizing these multiple objectives success starts with this: "daring to dream.