Sneddon

Sned·don

(sned'ŭn),
Ian B., 20th-century English dermatologist. See: Sneddon syndrome, Sneddon-Wilkinson disease.
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John Davis, 22, of Stonehenge Croft, was jailed for two years while brothers Jamie Sneddon, 27, and Neil Sneddon, 23, both of Ebmore Drive, all Druids Heath, were each handed 12-month sentences.
He was hit from the rear by a Vauxhall Astra driven by James Sneddon.
Glasgow's guest Derek Sneddon took the win in heat two, ably backed up by Kasper Lykke Nielsen - the latter passing Simon Nielsen at the end of the first lap for a 5-1.
Cov had an early let-off when Scott Sneddon missed a kickable second-minute penalty for the hosts, but they then spurned two kicking opportunities themselves in the home 22 and came away with nothing from a line-out and a scrum.
The visitors had an early let-off when Scott Sneddon missed a kickable second-minute penalty but they then spurned two kicking opportunities themselves in the home 22, coming away with nothing from a lineout and a scrum.
Sneddon Sendromu ciltte livedo retikularis ve tekrarlayan serebrovaskuler ataklarla karakterize, otoimmun oldugu dusunulen ve nadir gorulen bir hastaliktir.
Like-Minded attempts to unite the extended mind hypothesis with findings from moral psychology in defence of what Sneddon calls the 'Wide Moral Systems Hypothesis' (WMSH).
Keiji Furuya, has gone on record saying it is likely that Sneddon was abducted by the North Koreans in 2004.
Liam Scott drove off while embroiled in a tug of war with girlfriend Megan Sneddon over her bag as he tried to find out who had been texting her.
Fly-half Scott Sneddon fired Newport ahead with a fifth-minute penalty.
Fly-half Scott Sneddon fired Newport ahead with a fifth-minute penalty, while opposite number Dorian Jones was wide as he tried to level the scores.
Fly-half Scott Sneddon added the extras, but during first-half injury time Neath made a strong response.