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Bat·ten

(bat'ĕn),
Frederick E., British ophthalmologist, 1865-1918. See: Batten-Mayou disease, Batten disease.
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Her parents Gail, 39, and Matthew, 29, were then dealt another cruel blow when they learned Jessica was also a Battens carrier.
Now childless and preparing to bury their brave son, their drive and fight for awareness of Battens has been astonishing.
Next, you will need to secure wooden battens to the wall, just above and below your pipes.
A spokeswoman for Ysbyty Glan Clwyd, run by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, said: "The North Wales Genetic Service sees and advises people on inherited genetic conditions, such as Battens Disease.
So in 1973 Battens Farm was dismantled, brick by brick, beam by beam, before being repaired, renovated and re-erected on modern foundations, on a half acre plot in Ipsley.
And this week, we're fixing that panelling to the battens you've attached to the wall.
There are various types of tongue and groove and once you've chosen, be sure to leave the boards (and the timber you'll need for battens, see below) in the room in which you plan to use them for a minimum of two weeks beforehand.
The winning entry, by Ville Hara, has two elevated platforms linked by a staircase and enclosed by a bulbous gridshell structure made of slender laminated timber battens.
Readers are left to ponder Battens loftiest claim: that The Weather Channel has fostered "an enormous surge of interest in the weather.
Even before the result was announced, Redgrave embraced the Battens and Gillian Lindsay and Katherine Grainger.
The basic difference is that the battens on the B side have to extend past the planks of the A side.