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Bea·dle

(bēd′l), George Wells 1903-1989.
American biologist. He shared a 1958 Nobel Prize for discovering how genes transmit hereditary characteristics.
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The Rev Beadle also took to Twitter to spread the message of his missing sister in the hope it might reach the right person.
Thames Valley Police said last night: "We can confirm that Esther Beadle who was reported missing from Oxford has been found safe.
Asked how the party locally felt about the coalition so far, Mr Beadle said there was an enormous amount of loyalty to the party and its decision.
Beadle found fame hosting Game for a Laugh in the early 80s with Matthew Kelly, Sarah Kennedy and Henry Kelly.
and ended with the arrival of a poorly disguised Beadle with a false beard on top of his real one.
Beadle was the host of programmes such as Beadle's About and You've Been Framed.
Two and half years in a job is nothing in management today and I thought Beadle would have had next season to get closer to promotion, I have to admit I was surprised at the board's decision," said Addison.
Blight and his board parted company with Beadle 24 hours after County's 2-1 defeat to Fisher Athletic on Saturday which denied them a place in the Conference South play-offs.
Telly joker Beadle, who died of pneumonia this week aged 59, was a mentor to Ross when he took the gamble of quitting the UK.
Simon Farndon, technical manager for the Civic Hall, worked closely with Mr Beadle during the 33 performances of Cinderella.