Robert, Scottish physician, 1797-1882. See: Christison formula.
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Regional director OFVISITSCOTLAND, Neil Christison, said:"The Solheim Cup Carnival at the Stirling iCentre was a wonderful, informal event to raise awareness of an incredible, world-class golf tournament which is practically on Stirling's doorstep."
At a previous hearing, the pair's co-accused Andrew Christison, of Martin Place, Newarthill, pleaded guilty to behaving in a threatening manner in Maxton on February 2.
Lauren Christison, a supply manager in her 30s who lives and works in New Jersey, said she was "beyond eager" to see what unfolds, and plans to watch with her sister, who turned her on to the program.
This is a picture of my dear mother Margaret Christison, right, and her elder sister Agnes taken in Newcastle in the 1920s.
In her 1927 book Christison of Lammermoor, a biographical account of her father Robert Christison, Bennett (1927:100) recognised this contradiction when she wrote that 'Christison understood the blacks the better because he, too, was trying to win a living from their land'.
Arbroath chief John Christison said: "I'm glad we had a 130th anniversary dinner last year."
Irene Christison (nee Blackburn) is shown, on left, with Nellie Harris, an unidentified person and Etta Byas.
Veterans at the Edinburgh service included local man Donald Christison, 89, who helped liberate PoWs after the surrender as a crewman on HMS Duke of York.
Fresno, CA, July 15, 2015 --( Tourmaline Beach Press is proud to present a children's book as their debut publication, A Boy and a Bird, by Andrew Christison, a Fresno, California native.
These processes were encouraged by experts who claimed that in moderate doses poisons, such as opium and arsenic, could be "entirely deprived" of their "poisonous qualities" (Christison, 1829, p.
Carol Christison is president and CEO of the International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association in Madison, Wis.

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