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Muck·le

(muk'ĕl),
T.J., 20th-century Canadian pediatrician. See: Muckle-Wells syndrome.
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It is the third time Muckle has won the awards, having been winners also in 2010 and 2011.
It gets people thinking about a lot of things they need to be thinking about before they take that first step," Muckle said.
Dr Muckle, 75, who lives near Northallerton, is a member of Teesside University's Research Ethics Committee of the School of Science and Engineering.
In a short time, Ashtabula became synonymous with turnings," recalls Muckle.
Salary and benefit costs increased dramatically as a result and the profit pool was reduced, but Muckle said the move offered distinct advantages over the long term.
He also leads the graduate recruitment team at Muckle LLP.
Thirty Bench founders Tom Muckle and Yorgos Papageorgiou as well as the rest of the Thirty Bench team will remain with the company including General Manager Fiona Muckle.
This is a huge achievement which has contributed towards Experian CorpFin last quarter ranking Muckle LLP as this year's top legal adviser in North East in its deal volume league table.
We have built a Muckle brand with credible market strengths and a leading reputation for excellence both regionally and nationally.
For the fourth year running, it has won the prestigious Corporate Law Firm of the Year award and also continued its great track record in the Corporate Lawyer of the Year award, a category which the people at Muckle have won every year.
The move by Muckle LLP was initiated when corporate partner, Andrew Davison attended a business dinner where Dr Michael Norton, a North East specialist in syncope and community cardiology, spoke about cardiac arrest and the importance of early cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and early defibrillation with an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Muckle LLP is a commercial law firm, based at Time Central, Newcastle.