Connell


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Con·nell

(kon'ĕl),
F. Gregory, U.S. surgeon, 1875-1968. See: Connell suture.
References in periodicals archive ?
Connell explained: "We have very good staff, some nice horses and I'd like to have a go at the training side of things.
Connell, called up to the senior Ireland squad for recent Euro 2020 qualifiers, has joined his new Celtic team-mates on their pre-season tour of Austria.
His family might be happy to get one over the Anfield great but Connell insisted he's only thinking about Celtic.
Both Marianne and Connell receive academic scholarships to Trinity College in Dublin, and over the years, their lives bisect and cross.
In turn, Connell broke the back of Pakistan top-order by accounting for Sidra Ameen (2), Javeria Khan (19) and Omaima Sohail (3) as the home side collapsed from 32 for one to 89 all out in 19 overs.
"Were going to have some lookbacks but we only have two hours, our show is very tight," Connell said.
O colonialismo assume, entao, uma caracteristica central em suas analises, uma vez que ele "e em si uma fonte massiva de dinamicas sociais" (Raewyn CONNELL, 2016, p.
Connell's new leadership role will have her working directly with the Personal Lines division to ensure client satisfaction and firm profitability.
This transition build further strengths Connell Sixth Principal Hopcoift Pupils will be offered a mixture of both academic and vocational courses at the sixth form, Co-op leaders said.
Judge Chris Piazza ordered a lawsuit, filed by Katrina Connell Vaughn last November against her brothers, dismissed with prejudice, meaning it can't be refiled, after the parties in the suit "amicably settled and resolved" their disagreements.
Connell Foley's space was designed by global architecture, design and planning firm Gensler.