Lancefield

Lance·field

(lans'fēld),
Rebecca Craighill, U.S. bacteriologist, 1895-1981. See: Lancefield classification.
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By NEIL LANCEFIELD News Reporter NETWORK Rail has slammed the "stupidity of lorry drivers" who crash into railway bridges.
The settlement boundaries will apply to the townships of Gisborne, Kyneton, Romsey, Riddells Creek, Lancefield and Woodend.
Pals gathered at the spot where the 18-year-old's Yamaha 125cc crashed into a tree at the rear of Lancefield Avenue in Walker, Newcastle, at 9pm on Tuesday night.
Group G [beta]-hemolytic streptococci were first identified by Lancefield and Hare in 1935 and were not considered to be pathogenic organisms.
Joy for Acklam Grange students, from left, Hazel Lancefield, Heather Burbage, Benjamin Grandey and Samantha Green who got a clutch of A*s and As in 2002
3L Lancefield Concealed Hood from the house of Alvis (founded in 1919 in Coventry) is all about nostalgia and history.
Byline: NEIL LANCEFIELD Reporter newsdesk@walesonline.
Tom Lancefield edged to third slip in the former Oxford Brookes student's first over of the day and a stubborn effort by Andrew Salter ended when he tried to fend off a lifting delivery and saw the ball loop high to Jack Shantry in the gully.
The Unicorns chose to bat after winning the toss, but lost openers Tom New and Tom Lancefield to Steven Patterson (two for 35) in the seventh over to leave them 22 for two.
A Gram stain, catalase test, and latex streptococcus grouping test to identify Lancefield streptococcal groups A, B, C, D, F and G were performed.
Traditionally, the streptococci were classified by phenotypic criteria, such as hemolytic reactions, biochemical tests and Lancefield serological groups.
David Lancefield branded his brother-in-law Tecwen Whittock and his wife Gill as "money-grabbers" who persuaded his father to sign over his estate.