Norval


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Norval

A brand name for the antidepressant drug manserin.
References in classic literature ?
At our first practice Peter had started gaily in, rushing through the first line with no thought whatever of punctuation--" My name is Norval on the Grampian Hills.
Perkins, sarcastically, "your name might be Norval if you were never on the Grampian Hills.
And I am sure, my name was Norval, every evening of my life through one Christmas holidays.
my daughter, as is at that age when all the sensibilities is a- coming out strong in blow--my son as is the young Norval of private life, and the pride and ornament of a doting willage--here's a shock for my family
Queens Bar started brightly and took the lead through Mark Carruthers but FC Annan levelled through Chris Norval.
I was going through the hostel phase and that's where I met Blair who does the Raised Voices charity, who put me in touch with Norval Barclay at the Raeburn.
Mythologizing Norval Morrisseau: Art and the Colonial Narrative in the Canadian Media
Synopsis: "Mythologizing Norval Morrisseau: Art and the Colonial Narrative in the Canadian Media" by Carmen Robertson (Lakota/Scottish Associate Professor of Art History, University of Regina) examines the complex identities assigned to the late Anishinaabe artist Norval Morrisseau (March 14, 1932-December 4, 2007, and who also known as Copper Thunderbird).
Norval says that the group was made up of a diversity of people who brought the perspectives of their various industries and government departments to these deliberations, so that the language and meaning of the resulting standard would be as universally applicable as possible.
With the approval of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, the Court of Directors of the Bank has appointed David Thorburn and Dr Norval Bryson as independent members of the board from 1 September 2015.
Exploring these propositions through a consideration of the lives of three leading figures in the Melbourne Law School in the 1950s, Sir Zelman Cowen, Norval Morris and Sir John Vincent Barry this paper considers their academic, political and writing lives as the practice of a strong sense of vocation, of intellectual vocation, noteworthy for its intense engagement with the world beyond the university.
Moreover, Sturges' gift for pricking a subject while simultaneously softening the satire comes from the writer-director's ability to use Norval as a potential patsy fix for Trudy's dilemma (as the substitute father/husband), without making the audience think even worse of Hutton's character.