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surname of the patient in whom the defect was first noted.
Fletcher defect - slow contact activation in coagulation of the blood.
Fletcher factor - factor found in coagulation studies, revealing a slow contact activation but not associated with bleeding abnormalities. Synonym(s): prekallikrein
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Though there is currently much academic support for the view that Henry VIII was in fact a collaborative effort with fellow Elizabethan playwright, John Fletcher, John Margeson, emeritus professor of English at the University of Toronto, believes that, "the authorship question is unlikely to be settled to everyone's satisfaction unless startling new external evidence is uncovered at some future date.
David John Fletcher, who ran a charity for children in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, was convicted in his absence for the rape of a 17-year-old Cambodian girl.
Saxons coaches John Callard, John Fletcher and Simon Hardy were joined by a handful of players from the Saxons squad to run a coaching session at Druid Park.
The youngster collected almost pounds 100 and delivered it to Kirklees Council's parks chief, John Fletcher, yesterday.
In the Premier flight Triumph Athletic travelled to Collycroft Sports and went nap and another four-goal exponent was sharp-shooting John Fletcher, who hit top gear for the Carmen with Leigh Francis adding the other for the in-form visitors.
John Fletcher, 41, from Halewood runs gruelling 50-mile cani-cross ultra-marathons with his sidekick Otto.
The St Michael's School pupil passed a final trial at Burnage, impressing a group of selectors including England Under-18s head coach John Fletcher.
The former Scotland back-row forward, who left the Falcons in March this year, will train youngsters at the national academy and assist England Under-18s boss John Fletcher - another former member of the Falcons.
NEWCASTLE boss John Fletcher lavished praise on match-winner Jonny Wilkinson (above), whose last-gasp penalty gave Falcons a crucial Guinness Premiership victory.
The only known portrait of Jacobean playwright John Fletcher to have been painted during his lifetime has been saved for the nation following a public appeal.
RUGBY UNION: Newcastle coach John Fletcher has hailed England star Jonny Wilkinson's new two-year contract with the Falcons, claiming: "He is the biggest name in rugby.
Tindall was taken straight to hospital for an X-ray, while as for Wilkinson, Newcastle's director of rugby John Fletcher said: