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Al·der

(ahl'dĕr),
Albert von, Swiss hematologist, 1888-1951. See: Alder anomaly, Alder bodies.
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Alder Hey Consultant Nik Barnes, who originated the idea of Alder Play, explained: "Our vision is to transform the experience of children in hospital.
Alder is a single subsea well tied back to the existing Britannia Bridge Linked Platform (BLP) via a 17.
The first phase - a dedicated research, innovation and education centre - opened earlier this year and the appeal will allow Alder Hey to extend the current building and develop even better treatments for children and young people by almost doubling the space available to undertake world-class research and innovation.
In demand for a wide range of applications, alder is used for cabinetry, furniture, flooring, turnery, musical instruments and decorative veneer.
Mr Alder, 37, choked to death on the floor of a police station in Hull in April 1998.
Previously a surveyor in Alder King's professional team for three years, James has rejoined the company after nearly 10 years holding senior positions managing the Ashtenne Industrial Fund, the mandate for which was recently acquired by Hansteen.
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It marks a new era for Alder Hey which set out on its mission to build a new hospital fit for the 21st century Welcome Andrew eight years ago.
Bisgaard, "We are excited to join Alder as an investor at this important time in the company's evolution.
Alder will twin several of these holes to test the reproducibility of the results.
in Kent, WA, has been in the red alder business for more than 30 years.