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Sher·ring·ton

(sher'ing-tŏn),
Charles S., English physiologist and Nobel laureate, 1857-1952. See: Sherrington phenomenon, Sherrington law, Schiff-Sherrington phenomenon, Liddell-Sherrington reflex.
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Staff at the station noticed he was drunk and tried to help Gascoigne by putting him in a wheelchair, but he became abusive to Mr Sherrington and used the "c-word" repeatedly, Elaine McMillan, prosecuting, told the court.
Ms McMillan said Gascoigne had grabbed Mr Sherrington in the neck area.
Boardman is assistant manager at a local bookmakers while Sherrington is a key worker in a private care home.
Sherrington has over 10 years of international software industry experience and joins Quintiq from McAfee as a corporate account executive.
Whilst Finnegan will try to avenge the solitary defeat of his 11-fight career against Omid Bourzo, Galer v Sherrington promises to be a classic encounter.
Sherrington will join the brewer--which this week completed
10 NATURE, psychiatrist Robin Sherrington of the University of London, England, and his colleagues say schizophrenia in seven Icelandic and English families is associated with inheriting a specific region of chromosome 5, indicating the presence of a gene influencing the occurrence of the disorder.
Outsourcing has become an important weapon in a telecoms operator's strategic arsenal," says the report's author Simon Sherrington.
Also facing multiple charges are Alan Priest, of Haywood Bridge, Halesowen, Ronald Potter, of Tippers Lane, Fillongley, in Coventry, Ashley Sherrington, aged 24, of Dawlish Drive, Bentley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, and Ian Prestleton, of High Hadden Road, Cradley Heath.
The negotiating team is Yeats, NZNO industrial adviser, private hospitals, Chris Wilson, Nicki Twigge, a registered nurse (RN) at Palmerston North's Arohanui Hospice; Gael Deaker, an RN at Nelson Tasman Regional Hospice; and Liz Sherrington, an RN at Otago Community Hospice.
JUDO champ and Royal Marine Chris Sherrington battled a drink problem after returning from Iraq in 2005.
In his last competitive fight, Burton (35) landed gold in the 100kg –and– less class and was followed to the top of the podium by team–mates Sarah Adlington and Chris Sherrington.