Ogston


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Og·ston

(og'stŏn),
Alexander, Scottish surgeon, 1844-1929. See: Ogston line, Ogston-Luc operation.
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Dad-of-two John Ogston was found in Dundee with catastrophic injuries and died later in hospital Police believe the 67-yearold was not assaulted but struck by a vehicle, which they are trying to trace.
Ruthwell Rovers went ahead against Five Arches Bombers with Luca Pagani scoring but the Premier team showed their class to come back with strikes from Graeme Maxwell, Russell Jardine and Jack Ogston seeing them through.
Goni M, NittrouerC, Ogston A, Kurtz A, Aalto R, Lauer J, Aufdcnkampe A, Dietrich W (2013) Organic carbon sequestration in soils and sediments along the land-ocean continuum of the Ely River, Papua New Guinea.
Jack Ogston, Clydesdale Bank's former head of corporate and structured finance in Scotland prior to retiring in 2009, becomes vice-chairman of Scottish Building Society and treasury and capital markets specialist David Peebles is now senior independent director as well as chair of the audit committee.
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Dylan Matthews, Ruby Ogston, Elle James and Finley Morgan each won the opportunity to watch the Wales football team train at the Vale Resort in Hensol in the Vales of Glamorgan before meeting them in person.
Arroll B, Macgillivray S, Ogston S, Reid I, Sullivan F, Williams B, et al.
As indicated by Crockatt and Ogston (2000), the airport infrastructure can be considered as an instrument for regional economic development.
The author has organized the eleven chapters that make up the main body of his text in two parts devoted to the landmark advancements achieved in microbiology by Pasteur and Lister, Cheyne and Lister, Robert Koch, Alexande Ogston, A.