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(ĕk′əlz), Sir John Carew 1903-1997.
Australian physiologist. He shared a 1963 Nobel Prize for research on the action of nerve impulses.
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The pick and go worked again for Fehilly with 18 mins left of the first half but Eccles came back with one of their own to close the half out 12-5.
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Great Britain's Hannah Eccles and Joanne Eccles partnered for the second place with 8.
Eccles denied five charges of rape and five of indecent assault and denounced the allegations in court as "complete and utter lies".
However the inquest heard, the car suffered a cracked windscreen, damaged right wing and headlamp, but after briefly stopping to have a look what he'd hit and spotting nothing, Mr Eccles drove home.
Eccles time in the academic community gave him the freedom to develop much of the work and many of the ideas he is known for today.
Watch manager James Murphy, based at Crosby fire station, said: "The sugar in the Eccles cakes can ignite if cooked for a little too long.
Keith Wright endured an epic battle against Phil Borthwick to gain a semi-final spot against Eccles.
Eccles, formerly of Alva, Clackmannanshire, admitted assault with intent to rob and breach of the peace.
ONLINE accounting software specialist Liquid Accounts has appointed Chris Eccles as commercial director.
One such logistician is Rear Admiral Henry Eccles, a pioneer in military logistics whose work and lessons on leadership are still applicable today.