Turner, Sir William

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Turner,

Sir William, English anatomist, 1832-1916.
intraparietal sulcus of Turner - Synonym(s): Turner sulcus
Turner sulcus - a horizontal sulcus that divides the parietal lobe into superior and inferior parietal lobules. Synonym(s): intraparietal sulcus of Turner
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John Chance, left, acting principal of the college, and Colin Vaux from the Sir William Turner |Foundation lay their wreaths as part of the ceremony
Richmond-born Rob Andrew becomes rugby operations director and Steve Grainger, a product of Saltscar and Sir William Turner Schools in Redcar, and Redcar and Guisborough rugby clubs, joins as rugby development director.
The almshouses were opened in June 1676 by Sir William Turner - the same man who created Sir William Turner's School in Redcar.
The Sir William Turner Foundation also helped support the cost of the trip.
INTERNATIONAL opera star Suzannah Clarke hit the right note with pupils at Dormanstown Primary School during a visit as part of a musical programme run by the Sir William Turner Almshouses at Kirkleatham.
TEESSIDE TRIVIA Students at Redcar and Cleveland College visited the Somme recently as part of the research they have been doing following the 80 Sir William Turner old boys who took part in the Great War.
Both men are Old Boys of Sir William Turner's School - the 18th century school that became Redcar & Cleveland College - and members of the Sir William Turner Foundation.
A former pupil of Redcar's Sir William Turner School, Stephen now lives in London in a house called Cargo Fleet.
The outline application - submitted by agent Arup to Redcar and Cleveland Council on behalf of the college and the Sir William Turner Foundation Trust - is for a disused playing field at the college's old Redcar Lane "Connections" campus.
CLEVELAND RETIRED MEN'S ASSOCIATION: Peter Sotheran gave a polished presentation to The Cleveland Retired Men's Association concerning the Sir William Turner Almshouse, or 'Hospital' to give it its original title.
And on Sunday, June 22, at 6pm in the historic chapel at the centre of the almshouses, Founder's Day will be celebrated with a choral evensong service, open to all and with special reference made to Sir William Turner.