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Norris,

Richard, English physiologist, 1831-1916.
Norris corpuscles - decolorized red blood cells that are invisible or almost invisible in the blood plasma unless they are appropriately stained.
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Five of the gang faced justice at Chester Crown Court - boss of the group Robert Beveridge, 24, of Makin Street, Liverpool; and cash courier and drug user Shaun Thompson, 37, of Eagles Way, Hallwood Park; dealer Darrell O'Hare, 23, of Handforth Lane, Halton Lodge; and heroin addicts-turned-dealers and fraudsters Richard Norris, 40, and Joanne Curbishley, 37, of The Copse, Palacefields, all Runcorn.
Paul Barnfield reached the 10 fish catch and release using buzzers while small nymphs fished slowly brought the same number to the net for Peter Morgan and Richard Norris.
When she saw Richard Norris, 39, for the first time, Rebekah gasped: "Wow, this is the face I grew up with.
The move is a watershed moment for science, allowing transplant recipients like Richard Norris to go on to live a life free from the glares society currently inflicts upon them.
According to the report by The Huffinton Post, Richard Lee Norris said, "when I look in the mirror, I see Richard Norris.
Richard Norris, a paleoceanographer at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, Calif.
It was catastrophic," said Richard Norris, who runs Glyndwr Vineyard with wife Sue in Cowbridge, Vale Of Glamorgan.
Eleven of the upgrades are at tracks under the Jockey Club Racecourses banner and the group's racing director Richard Norris said: "These race upgrades demonstrate Jockey Club Racecourses' ongoing commitment to developing and enhancing the best races of the jumps season, with prize-money to match.
After peace was restored he returned to the tennis circuit and reached the Wimbledon Men's doubles final with Algernon Kingscote in 1920, but the pair lost to their American opponents, Chuck Garland and Richard Norris Williams II.
FOR 15 years, Richard Norris lived like a hermit, hiding his face behind surgical masks or baseball caps and venturing out only at night.