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Fenn

(fen),
Wallace Osgood, U.S. physiologist, 1893-1971. See: Fenn effect.
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It is unclear if Fenn will start against his former club but Rovers boss Michael O'Neill, inset, insists he has absolutely no qualms about playing the experienced 33-yearold who will be in the match day squad.
After his girlfriend got in the car, Fenn sped off towards the M1 at up to 100mph and ordered Mrs Nixon to open a can of beer for him.
Twenty years ago, Dr Fenn was nutrition adviser to the Everest Expedition planned to mark the 40th anniversary of the first ascent by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing in 1953.
After the hearing, Mr Fenn said that he had been totally vindicated.
Fenn, making her late bid for selection after a pre-season stress fracture of the tibia sidelined her for over three months, said: 'I know I can be ready and if chosen I'll have time to put in the quality track sessions needed.
Fenn, 28, a confident mid-race leader, coped admirably with the task although over the last 200 metres she found the finishing strength of Stephanie Graf and Mayte Martinez difficult to match.
Fenn developed a method to do this by spraying a solution through an aperture in the presence of a strong electric field.
Fenn, 39, a car factory worker from Beccles in Suffolk, shared the win with his father Jimmy, and faces the daunting prospect of assessing the form for the 17-runner Tote Gold Trophy at Newbury.
Bath Rugby Club officials have launched an inquest into how Fenn came to need needed 25 stitches in a torn ear.
Fenn has over two decades of retail electronics experience, most recently as President of Entertainment and Strategic Business Development of Best Buy Co, Inc.
The IHF branded the ruling "outrageous" and spokesman Tim Fenn said: "It's ridiculous to classify the use of a television or radio in a hotel bedroom as being a public performance.
Fenn announced an exclusive license agreement providing Prosolia with new sample introduction and ionization technology using a porous "wick" for mass spectrometry and ion mobility systems.