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Holt,

Mary, 20th century English cardiologist.
Holt-Oram syndrome - atrial septal defect in association with fingerlike or absent thumb and other deformities of the forearm.
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CARE STAFF: From left, Colin Fahy, Anna Brasier, Mary Holt and Alison Brown
This included craft stalls, a home cooked lunch and a talk by businesswoman Mary Holt who runs Unravel Crafts in Denby Dale.
The property was acquired for $222,000 more than two years ago from Stephen and Mary Holt.
Burial notices record three Marys in the 18th century: Mary Jones who lived to 100, Mary Holt, aged 105 and another Mary Jones, aged 110.
Hannah Laurie Harvey, Mary Claire Harvey, Mary Holt Mock, all of Columbia; and Alexandra Rose Moore, cousin of the groom, of McComb served as program attendants.
The fashion industry is heavily reliant on chemicals, from the non-organic cotton crops which are sprayed with a quarter of the world's pesticides, to the 8,000 different chemicals used to turn that cotton into a T-shirt," says Mary Holt from the Soil Association.
Best in show garden went to Cancer ResearchUK designed by Stockport's Mary Holt.
She was returning to council-run Northumberland House in Oldham, Greater Manchester - sheltered flats for 60 old people - with fellow resident Mary Holt, 83, when the thug struck.
Coach Mary Holt is hoping to end the trend of her team playing poorly there in the past.
One such bylaw in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, was challenged and ruled unconstitutional after Mary Holt, owner of eight dogs and "foster mother" to homeless strays, argued the city had imposed the two dog maximum without any evidence showing that multi-dog homes were more dysfunctional, from the point of view of neighbour complaints, than those with only one or two.
THE first time Mary Holt went to India it was as a textile tourist on a tour of the Gujarat and Rajasthan regions famous for their colourful fabrics and needlework.
The fashion industry is heavily reliant on chemicals, from the nonorganic cotton crops which are sprayed with a quarter of the world's pesticides" says Mary Holt from the Soil Association "These have a serious effect on the health of the cotton farmers and their families causing poisoning and even death, due to the 8,000 different chemicals used to turn that cotton into a Tshirt.