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Nas·myth

(nās'mith),
Alexander, London dentist, 1789-1849. See: Nasmyth cuticle, Nasmyth membrane.
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And Gurdep posted: "My prayers are with Kal Naismith and the family of his girlfriend.
You have got to be hitting your peak at some point and that has to come from now," said Naismith.
Scotland finished a distant fifth in the group but Everton forward Naismith can see promising signs of improvement under manager Strachan, who replaced Craig Levein in January.
The Loaves and Fishes event in Glasgow was in danger of being cancelled before Naismith stepped in last winter and he is even working towards setting up a trust for them when he retires.
The 'new' Rangers regime wants a fee for Naismith, Norwich's Steven Whittaker, Stoke's Jamie Ness and Kyle Lafferty who went to Swiss side Sion.
Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, the city where basketball was invented, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame promotes and preserves the game of basketball at every level - professional, collegiate, men and women.
Naismith is ranked alongside Scott Brown, Kevin Thomson (both former Albion targets) and Sunderland's Anthony Stokes as one of Scotland's blossoming young talents.
It was Gulick who inspired Naismith to invent the game of basketball in 1891.
Mr Naismith, aged 37, has previously run a mobile car paint and cosmetic repair business and worked as a car valet in Coventry.
Naismith decided that the ball could be thrown or batted anywhere with the hands, though never with the fist.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson, whose engaging personality and exceptional athletic skills made him one of the top players in NBA history, highlights a group of 14 players and coaches and one team named as finalists today by the North American Screening Committee for election into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
EVERTON manager Roberto Martinez praised Steven Naismith after Saturday's emphatic 3-1 win over Chelsea, saying that he "sets the standard" for the other members of the squad.