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Cattell

(kă-tel'),
Raymond B., U.K./U.S. Psychologist (1905-1998). Developed multivariate factor analysis as involved in study of personality.
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Paul Edmonds, the Co-operative Bank; Simon Orange, CorpAcq; Nick Cattell, TMG, and Keith Sadler, Vista
Mr Cattell wants to introduce his invention to the wider world and has created a modified model suitable for shop sale.
Mr Cattell is on a mission - for which he is already winning awards - to improve the quality of a night's sleep had by these individuals and their partners.
John Cattell will be working closely with David Mattu at Ernst &Young's Newcastle centre.
Mr Cattell was resigning his Labour membership today at Mr Keys' campaign HQ.
Matt Cattell, Cyrenians "Here in Coventry we have the Cyrenians, The Samaritans, Queens Road Baptist Church, Anesis and other agencies all trying to work with the homeless and vulnerable throughout the year.
A spokesman for West Midlands Fire Service said they were alerted to reports of the car being in collision with the lorry at the junction of Cattell Road and Bordesley Green Road.
Cattell is co-editor of Wines & Vines'Wine East section with Linda Jones McKee, with whom he founded, published and edited Wine East magazine before it merged with Wines & Vines.
Mr Cattell added: "This can only mean that we will see more industrial action being taken in the region and trade unionists need to prepare for inevitable disputes."
On Wednesday, a 3km (1.8 mile) zone was set up around Woodhouse Farm in Catherine-de-Barnes Lane, Bickenhill, after farmers Anne and Geoffrey Cattell spotted a bull on their land frothing at the mouth.
LUCY CATTELL has recently joined public relations consultancy Bell Pottinger North, which opened in Liverpool last year.
Michael Cattell, a first year history student at the University of Liverpool, uses the site and said: "University course books were costing me a fortune.