Abernethy


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A·ber·neth·y

(ab'er-neth-ē),
John, British surgeon and anatomist, 1764-1831. See: Abernethy fascia.
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With only minutes to go to the break Joel Nixon won the ball and linked up with Philip Johnston and Matthew Magill for Abernethy to bag the all-important equaliser.
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