Sellick

Sel·lick

(sĕl'ik),
Brian A., 20th-century British anesthetist. See: Sellick maneuver.
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During yesterday's appeal Recorder Llewellyn Sellick heard she has been separated from the rest of the inmates and locked in a cell 23 hours a day.
Recorder Llewellyn Sellick dismissed the application given Hudson's "appalling criminal record" but said the Prison Service should give "sensitive consideration" as to where the 26-year-old should serve her time.
Recorder Llewellyn Sellick dismissed the application, given Hudson's "appalling criminal record", but said the Prison Service should give "sensitive consideration" as to where the 26-year-old would serve her sentence.
Synopsis: The collaborative work of Alzheimer's and memory loss experts Kristin Einberger and Janelle Sellick, "Brain Flexers: Games and Activities to Strengthen Memory" is a collection of 86 one-page activities designed especially for individuals with early memory loss to help strengthen brain functioning, promote social interaction, and provide hours of meaningful entertainment.
Rev Peter Sellick, Churches and Industry Group Birmingham and Solihull
Undeterred, he and his wife Phyllis Sellick, also a professional pianist, pursued a successful career on disc and in the concert hall as a piano duo playing music arranged for three hands, until Cyril's death in 1974.
After a stroke in 1956, Cyril lost the use of his left arm, but went on to build a career with his wife Phyllis Sellick playing music especially arranged for three hands.
Alice recently started work as an apprentice administrator at legal and financial recruitment specialist Sellick Partnership, which typically hires graduates for this type of role.
The third and fourth videos in the series featured ICF Master Certified Coach Elena Espinal (Mexico) and Professional Certified Coach Inta Sellick (Australia), respectively.
STARRING Clint Eastwood Toll, Ruchill Welch and Tom Sellick, here are your Glasgow films to rival World War Z.
This internet attachment "does seem phenomenal but shows just how dependent we are on the internet," said Claire Sellick, event director for Infosecurity Europe.
According to Claire Sellick, event director for the annual IT security show, which is held every April in London, ever since the Challenge was founded back in 2006 by students of the London Business School, attendees at the show have taken a keen interest in the Challenge's aims.