Chaddock

Chad·dock

(chad'ok),
Charles G., U.S. neurologist, 1861-1936. See: Chaddock reflex, Chaddock sign.
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Members benefited from on-ice ses ions i and dance studio sessions with Kelly and club coaches Gemma Chaddock and Rowena Mackessack-Leitch.
Other work not included in the GMSF includes the approved developments at Atherton south (near Howe Bridge) for 850 houses, and 227 dwellings off Chaddock Lane in Tyldesley.
NOELLE CHADDOCK has been named vice president for equity and inclusion at Bates College.
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La idea de los GB no nacio con Hutchins y Adler, sino en la Inglaterra victoriana de Newman (Chaddock y Cooke, 2015, 204-209).
First opened in 2016, it is owned by Stephanie Chaddock who started her career as an 18-year-old waitress in the Congleton DV8.
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Qualitative research has identified several conditions that can optimize such macrolevel DSEC collaborations (e.g., mutual respect; preestablished professional relationships), as well as some barriers that can hinder it (e.g., cultural mistrust and suspicion; perceived ulterior motives; and differences in service delivery expectations; Curtis et al., 2017; see also McMinn, Aikins, & Lish, 2003; McMinn, Chaddock, Edwards, Lim, & Campbell, 1998).
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