Dakin

Da·kin

(dā'kin),
Henry, U.S. chemist, 1880-1952. See: Dakin fluid, Dakin solution, Dakin-Carrel treatment.
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Issam Dakin praised Armed forces, Rapid support Forces (RSF) and the security apparatus in rescuing the floods and rainfall affected people in Khartoum, the while Nile and North Kordofan States.
Nic Dakin MP, chairman of the all-party parliamentary group for British bioethanol, called introducing E10 a "no brainer".
The two brothers and their handler, Sarah Dakin, came to the home from Wildwood Alpacas, on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border.
The firm said that it has appointed Kelly P Dakin as chief digital and customer experience officer.
Meanwhile, the awarding of the Dakin ceremony by His Majesty the King will happen after May 10, coinciding with any of the auspicious day to the newly elected council members along with the elected chairperson and deputy chairperson.
A NEW gin school and distillery is set to be opened in Manchester city centre by the makers of Thomas Dakin.
Nick Dakin is Labour MP for Scunthorpe, home of the UK's largest steel processing centre.
Describing the incident, officer in charge of the West Midlands Fire Service crew Watch Commander Shaun Dakin, told News Barrhead: "As funny as this sounds, this young man could quite easily have suffocated or have been seriously injured."
Watch Commander Shaun Dakin, who responded to the incident, said: "As funny as this sounds, this could quite suffocated or seriously Watch Shaun sounds, this young man could quite easily have suffocated or have been seriously injured.
Carl Dakin, who also tried to force soap into her mouth, initially claimed her injuries occurred during rough sex.
Simon Dakin, Sales Manager, Roaches International said: "Following on from ITMA Milan in October 2015, the Roaches International company continues to grow.