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(skot),
Charles I., Jr., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Aarskog-Scott syndrome.

Scott

(skot),
Henry William Jr., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Scott operation.
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Sir Giles Gilbert Scott All Saints Church, Hose Side Road, Wallasey - could be destined for a new use
Converted from the original stables of Cleveley House, it was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott - he of Liverpool Cathedral and the red telephone box fame - in the 1700s.
When Sir Giles Gilbert Scott originally designed the hall in 1947, it was the centre for the building's power generation, but now it is the site for a series of specially-commissioned works of art.
I have known five of them, and a grave omission on the part of the last four - Edward Patey, Derrick Walters, Rupert Hoare and Justin Welby - was in failing to suitably mark the last resting place of cathedral architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who died in 1960, aged 79.
n The celebrated stone produced by Hornton Quarries Ltd in the parish was by architects Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Sir Edwin Lutyens and the sculptor Sir Henry Moore.
But it can be a wonderful venue for the wedding reception, with those celebrations of marriage being held in the Sir Giles Gilbert Scott Suite, named after its architect.
The cathedral was designed by renowned ecclesiastical architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who also designed red telephone boxes.
Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who created Liverpool's iconic Anglican Cathedral, the church on Hoseside Road was put on the market at a guide price of pounds 250,000.
The cathedral architect, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who died in 1960, had considered a stone bridge but the idea was scrapped.
From about 1902 (and certainly by 1911) it was in the chapel of Beaumont College (formerly St Stanislaus College), Old Windsor - one of three public schools maintained by the Jesuits and with many distinguished alumni including Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, the architect.
I REFER to Peter Elson's excellent article ``A Century of Faith'' (Daily Post,Febru ary 2) regarding the centenary of Liverpool Cathedral and its architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.
SIR GILES GILBERT SCOTT The architect of one of the most beautiful and aweAT THE HEART OF THE CITY'SART: FACT Centre founder Eddie Berginspiring buildings in Britain - Liverpool Cathedral.