Collis

Col·lis

(kol'is),
John Leighton, 20th-century British thoracic surgeon. See: Collis gastroplasty, Collis-Nissen fundoplication, Collis-Belsey fundoplication, Collis-Belsey procedure.
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At the Royal Yachting Association's annual awards ceremony, Collis picked up one of the most prestigious honours from HRH the Princess Royal - the Francis Elkin award.
"It was an incredible experience, the crowd support was fantastic and every time you scored a point you felt the buzz from the crowd and the ground shaking," said Collis.
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Antony Collis, 59, assaulted five girls aged under 14 between 1995 and 2003.
Graham Robb, who founded the business in 1990, will lead the new team of partners -Jamie Collis, Caroline Walker and Paul White.
NORTH Wales rally driver Matt Edwards along with Chesterfield's Sam Collis claimed a third victory in five weeks in the Quinton Stages rally by a superb 20-second margin.
Dr Antony Collis, 58, of Stonegate, near Wadhurst, East Sussex, also pleaded not guilty to nine counts of making indecent images of children between April 2004 and October 2008.
Mary Collis, 51, had pleaded guilty earlier this month to seven counts of causing unnecessary suffering to 85 dogs and one count of failing to meet the welfare needs of 14 dogs.
The prolific marksman home keeper Steve Collis to slot earn the praise of Craig " He can be proud and pleased Foxes' assistant manager.
Coyne's opposite number, Steve Collis, went full stretch to block Jennings' 40th minute run into the box.
William Collis, 59, is accused of killing Georgina Ryder, whose remains were found in Argyll - about 300 miles from her home.
John Butterfield, prosecuting, told Warwick Crown Court yesterday Collis would join the girl when she hid, pull down his shorts and make her touch him.