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Ha·worth

(hā'wŏrth),
Sir Walter Norman, British chemist and Nobel laureate, 1883-1950. See: Haworth conformational formulas of cyclic sugars, Haworth perspective formulas of cyclic sugars.
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Morris Animal Foundation has an incredibly strong and influential track record of funding important research that directly impacts the way we, as veterinarians, practice medicine," Haworth said.
Haworth has enjoyed a thorough grounding in the industry, with his early experiences including stints at Overbury Stud and Kingwood Stud.
Her father's work in Hollywood must have been a direct influence on Haworth, as was the 60s taste for oldfashioned glamour, often characterised as kitsch.
Haworth was sentenced to a community order with 12 months' supervision, 100 hours' unpaid work and a twomonth curfew.
We've had case after case where the owners calls up and say, 'Look, I can resolve this problem,' and they get nothing [from the lender]," Haworth said.
This experience was the impetus for starting Scrappy Land as a place where people not only could purchase scrapbook paraphernalia but also sit and work on their own projects, Haworth said.
And as Haworth stressed, the way he goes about his job might surprise a few people with preconceptions about the world of agents.
Barely a month after cutting his ties with Tranmere and calling a halt - temporarily at least - to a career in football, Haworth is putting down the first building blocks of a new working life in sports hospitality.
Miss Haworth, 28, says they are all now too afraid to return home.
This is really a cost-of-living increase that is long past due,'' Haworth said.
SIMON HAWORTH delivered a devastating double strike to carry the Latics to their second away win of the season.
AMERICAN WEIGHT LIFTER CHERYL HAWORTH, 17, IS A STRONG CONTENDER FOR THE 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES