Skene

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Related to skenes: Skene's gland, Skene gland, Skene's duct

Skene

(skēn),
Alexander J.C., U.S. gynecologist, 1837-1900. See: Skene glands, Skene tubules, Skene ducts.
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His former owners, Mr and Mrs Skene, had to sell him, through ill health really, as they couldn't get to the races anymore," said Smith.
And Skenes experiments with what fire can do; he sears scallops directly on clean embers, or buries a vessel in ash to cook at an exaggeratedly slow pace, adding just a kiss of smokiness.
Significantly they were incomers from the south - Angus Skene had moved to an accountant's job at Birmingham University - who had greater expectations of the city's art scene than most of the locals.