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(dōr'set),
Marion, U.S. bacteriologist, 1872-1935. See: Dorset culture egg medium.
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The colours of the sun and sky turn a normally mundane weir into something magical'; BELOW: Dawn Waves, Dorset, England by David Baker.
Thought of as a new style of climbing, deep water soloing actually originated in Dorset, England. While there are well known destinations for the sport in areas across the Mediterranean coast in southern Europe, locations in Lebanon are known mostly to its small but growing climbing community.
Lawrence, also known as ''Lawrence of Arabia,'' died in Dorset, England, six days after being injured in a motorcycle crash.
Speaking from her home in Dorset, England, Kathleen laid bare the horror details of her four years of torture.
She was born July 14, 1913, in Dorchester Dorset, England, to George and Elsie Ryall White.
"This is a fascinating insight," says cardiologist Christopher Boos at Poole Hospital in Dorset, England. "But this is very much in the exploratory phase," as researchers have yet to prove that the abnormal cells come from the coronary arteries.
The News quoted his legal guarantor, as saying that Aamer would be released from Her Majesty's Prison Portland in Dorset, England, on February 9.
Anderson's emotional strength while on the field comes from his family, comprising his wife Erica and their three children -- they now live in Dorset, England. " They haven't guilt tripped me into not covering wars," he says.
Red Carnation is a boutique collection of five and four star family run hotels in London and Dorset, England; Guernsey; Palm Beach, Fla.
INSURANCE SPECIALIST Castle Cover, based in Poole, Dorset, England, recently unveiled a new TV campaign.
UNITED KINGDOM: A huge chalk giant who has long raised eyebrows among visitors is being given a clean-up to stop the ancient British fertility symbol disappearing into the hillside.The Cerne Abbas Giant, carved into the side of a chalk hill in Dorset, England, had risked becoming the invisible man after a wet summer left him all-but hidden under moss.