Hope, James

Hope,

James, English physician, 1801-1841.
Hope murmur
Hope resuscitator
Hope sign - double heartbeat heard in presence of aortic aneurysm.
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The Shieldsmen had enjoyed a flying start in Yorkshire, leading 17-5 at the break thanks to tries from Jack Hope, James Clark and Matt Proctor.
Jack Helme finished in 39th place while Britain's strongest hope, James Higgins, ended up in 90th place out of 106 competitors after he pulled up in the middle of his voluntary routine.
Jack Helme, who, like Strong and Nathan Bailey, was competing in his first World Championships, finished in 39th place while Britain's strongest hope, James Higgins, ended up in 90th place out of 106 competitors after he pulled up in the middle of his voluntary routine.
Subs: Adam Whitlock, Daniel Roberts, Peter Hope, James Papirnyk.
Among his later commissions were projects for Armand Hammer, Rupert Murdoch, Fleetwood Mac and Warren Burger, and his talent made him welcome in the company of these and other icons of American culture such as Bob Hope, James Stewart, Muhammad Ali, Andy Warhol and even Ronald Reagan.
Britain's leading supersport hope, James Whitham, suffered an embarrassing early exit.
Celebrities including Bob Hope, James Stewart and Glenn Miller all visited the base to entertain the troops.
Declan Lindsay was on target twice for the Tynesiders, but they returned home empty-handed when goals from Kieran Hope, James Keenan and Harry Borthwick (3) gave Rangers a much-needed win.
A protege of legendary studio chief SAMUEL GOLDWYN, she starred opposite icons like BOB HOPE, JAMES CAGNEY and DANNY KAYE in a string of hits.
Was it Fanny Craddock, WC Fields, Keith Floyd, Ernest Hemingway, Bob Hope, James Joyce or Jamie Oliver, 9.
Craig Pountney and Andy Keenahan scored for the home side but goals by Ed Hope, James Marrow and Ashley Lawton secured a win for the Staffordshire outfit.
Jade Hope, James Dutschak-Kavanagh, Mark Strasshine and Rachael Storey were chosen as the final four candidates after a preliminary voting process.