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(Polland), Alfred, English physician, 1820-1872.
Poland anomaly - Synonym(s): Poland syndrome
Poland syndrome - absence of a portion of the pectoralis major muscle and syndactyly. Synonym(s): Poland anomaly
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Polland, who injured his wrist last week when hitting a one-iron out of a divot during the play-off for the Senior British Open, is bidding for his first seniors title.
Polland remembers his teenage days at Balmoral when he managed to persuade Fred Daly that he needed an assistant - even though Fred insisted he didn't.
After the case, Docherty's brother-in-law James Polland, said the family had been horrified when she was accused.
James Polland, who was married to her sister Rose-Ann, recalled the day he and his wife took the sister they knew as Marie to join the order in Hammersmith, London.
Hearts - Cruickshank, Ferguson, Shevlane, Barry, Anderson, Polland, Ford, Gordon, Wallace, Traynor, Hamilton.
But he got the goal he deserved in 70 minutes with a header from a Jackie Ferguson cross before Willie Polland scored - but it was too late to rescue Fifers.
Founded in 1914, Balmoral is linked with former Ryder Cup players David Feharty, Eddie Polland, Norman Drew and Fred Daly who also won the Open at Royal Liverpool in 1947.
Forty- nine per cent chose Levant in our polland North Africa as leading the growth path for Islamic finance.
Standing on the ninth tee, the Scot was two down to Ben Polland but when he walked on to the 14th tee he was three up after five straight birdies.
Polland shares the nuances of that process with us.
What is clear from both thisZRS polland the review of thelast 20 yearsof Israeli and Palestinian opinion is that neither side can do this alone.
New l'inkfews in the Age of Immigration, 1840-1920, by Annie Polland and Daniel Soyer.