Stanley, Edward

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Edward, English surgeon, 1793-1862.
Stanley cervical ligaments - fibers of the capsule of the hip joint reflected onto the neck of the femur.
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The name of Edward Stanley was repeated internally so often that she thought it the sweetest name she had ever heard.
- Edward Stanley, 19th Century British Conservative politician
My mother worked there in the 1920s and it was there that she met my father Edward Stanley Steadman, who was then a sergeant in the Cardiff City Police.
| OFFICIAL news has been received by Mrs Corrin, who resides 38 Durning Road, Liverpool, of the death of her son Pte Edward Stanley Corrin, who was with the Canadian troops.
In the DD2 class, Sanad Al Rawahi timed 43.582 sec to emerge the winner ahead of Edward Stanley (44.167) and Ammar Al Baluchi (44.274).
GEORGE Osborne's pal Edward Stanley, aka Lord Derby, is a racing stud owner whose family gave their name to the famous Epsom horse race.
The company was founded in 1856 by Edward Stanley Gibbons in London, who built the business after buying a sackful of rare stamps from two sailors recently returned from South Africa.
Lieutenant Colonel Edward Stanley Draper was born 26 September 1940.
In 1865, The History of the Seven Families of the Lake Pipple-Popple was published, and in 1867 his most famous piece of nonsense, The Owl and the Pussycat, which he wrote for the children of his patron Edward Stanley, 13th Earl of Derby.
Hundreds of visitors were invited to the site to observe the work, including patron of the Trust, 19th Earl of Derby, Edward Stanley.
Edward Stanley's account of his adventures in Canada include killing a bear with an axe, being saved from death by a medicine man and beating the Sioux River rapids.