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Scott

(skot),
Charles I., Jr., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Aarskog-Scott syndrome.

Scott

(skot),
Henry William Jr., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Scott operation.
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This reassessment of George Gilbert Scott, known--and widely criticised--for his Gothic Revival architecture, seeks to restore his reputation.
They were designed by George Gilbert Scott junior, described by John Betjeman as "the greatest genius of the Gothic Revival".
The windows, believed to be designed by celebrated architect Sir George Gilbert Scott, were removed from grade II-listed Old Conduit House in Hampstead, north west London.
It was designed by George Gilbert Scott, who also designed St Pancras Station.
Gavin Stamp is possibly best known as a polemicist, but this fascinating study of the almost entirely forgotten architect George Gilbert Scott Junior should reestablish its writer as an architectural historian of distinction and originality.
In 1866 the architect Sir George Gilbert Scott declared Skidmore as "the only man in the world for the Albert Memorial job.
Benjamin Woodward, whose Oxford Museum (1855) is usually considered the purest "Ruskinian" structure, George Gilbert Scott, George Edmond Street, John Pollard Seddon, Alfred Waterhouse, William Burges, E.
They are housed in a tower which was designed by the famous architect Sir George Gilbert Scott to accommodate a ring of 10 bells with ropes that have Yorkshire ends.
In 1874 Bodley, Garner and George Gilbert Scott Jr founded the still-existing firm of decorators, Watts & Co.
Y tebygrwydd yw fod y cerrig yma yn dod yn wreiddiol o eglwys, efallai wir o eglwys Santes Fair yn y dre, Y son yw fod rhain wedi cael eu hachub gan Tan-y-Coed yn ystod cyfnod atgyweirio Santes Fair gan George Gilbert Scott rhwng 1853 ac 1856.
He explores Henry III's unfinished Crossing Tower, the late Medieval stone and timber Lantern and its disappearance, Sir Christopher Wren's ambitious tower and spire, Nicholas Hawksmoor's Crossing Tower and Spire, James Wyatt and the fire of 1803, Sir George Gilbert Scott and some ameliorations in the Lantern, the early 20th century, World War II and the aftermath, and new surveys of the Crossing and Lantern 2009-10.
Westminster Abbey's Chapter House, which dates back to the 12th century and was the birthplace of Parliament, hasn't undergone any significant repair work since the 19th century when celebrated Victorian architect Sir George Gilbert Scott restored the faade.