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(wahd-ing-tin'),
Conrad H., British embryologist and geneticist, 1905-1975. See: waddingtonian homeostasis.
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Vincent Waddington jnr was killed with a shotgun by one of three men inside an Audi A3 on Banks Road, Garston , on July 14 last year.
Mr Waddington, a life member, former captain and past president of the club, said he wished councillors had been able to vote with their conscience rather than be bullied to stick to party lines.
Ms Daley said Waddington headed the team and supplied drugs to Brown, who was "instrumental" in supplying drugs in the Midlands, working with a man called Colin Beck.
After rejecting a PS200-a-week pro deal Waddington and fellow youth player Dom Telford were turned away from training on chairman Karl Oyston's orders and told to play for the youth team until they accepted the contract.
The Rugby School museum concur that H Waddington (who autographed the booklet) is highly likely to be William Henry Waddington as there were no other associates of the school with the name Waddington at that time.
Waddington Europe comprises Par-Pak Europe, Holfeld Plastics, Deltaform, Chiltern Thermoforming.
Waddington provides disposable tableware for commercial, foodservice and retail markets.
Mr Waddington was originally appointed to the post in 2012 on a three-year term.
RAF Waddington uses a range of airborne intelligence systems to achieve its mission.
BrandVandals by Stephen Waddington, cowritten with Steve Earl, was published last week by Bloomsbury and explores how organisations are being called to account by consumers via social forms of media, and what they can do about it.
The fuel cell reforms methane in the natural gas to hydrogen to produce electricity," said Adrian Waddington, project manager at Ideal Heating, one of the partners overseeing trials on the SOFT-PACT project, part EU funded by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
The MoD confirmed on Thursday that oversight of armed intelligence and surveillance flights by drones deployed to Afghanistan had now moved to Waddington from a United States Air Force facility in Nevada.