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San·di·son

(san'di-sŏn),
J. Calvin, 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Sandison-Clark chamber.
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Although the ingredients in each recipe may look like they make up a long list, Sandison says you shouldn't be put off from using them for your next party.
FORMER Hearts star Jimmy Sandison insists Auld Reekie is now dominated by a new odour - the smell of fear.
Roy Sandison, secretary of New Bilton Against Tyre Burning, attended the meeting and today criticised the proposals.
Stephen Sandison, 25, and Ian Murphy, 22, were part of a gang which stormed into a house where Kevin Brown was and subjected him to a violent attack, Liverpool Crown Court heard.
Ian Murphy, 22, of Dunluce Street, Walton, and Stephen Sandison, 25, of Boode Croft, Stockbridge Village, pleaded not guilty to the charge at an earlier hearing.
The offbeat domestic accessory is the brainchild of Aberdeen fans George Sandison and Iain Miller.
VETERAN stopper Jimmy Sandison has been called out of semi-retirement to shore up the STENHOUSEMUIR defence for their clash with ALLOA.
Commenting on Ernst & Young's newly published discussion paper Keeping Britain Competitive - Labour's Second Term Tax Challenge, Charles Sandison, a senior tax partner in the firm's Birmingham office, said the Government needed to use the tax system to help larger businesses to improve their competitiveness.
Jimmy Sandison won't need much help picking out Austrian boss Herbert Prohaska at Celtic Park on Wednesday night.
Consumer Focus policy manager Anne-Marie Sandison said: "We need more information to make it easier for people to plan for their retirement.
Ian Murphy, 22, Stephen Sandison, 25, and Scott McBride, 21, were before the court yesterday charged with the murder of Kevin Brown, 22, who died after being attacked last August 22 in Wimborne Close, Huyton.
RON Sandison, a boxing enthusiast and former marathon runner, has seen his business overcome the telecom industry doldrums to become one of the fastest growing firms in Britain in the four years since it was set up.