Fergusson

Fer·gus·son

(fĕr'gŭs-ŏn),
William, Scottish surgeon, 1808-1877. See: Fergusson incision.
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In a statement to (https://variety.com/2019/gaming/news/gears-5-xbox-smoking-eleague-truth-initiative-1203265854/) Variety , Rod Fergusson, head of game studio The Coalition, said "Gears 5" (the official name for "Gears Of War 5") will "avoid highlighting or glorifying smoking." The studio head this also applies to all titles and entries "throughout the Gears of War Universe moving forward."
Although initially focused on the UK North Sea, Graeme Fergusson said there was no reason it could not be exported in years to come.
The project was led by the Fergusson Foundation in partnership with the Womens Equality Branch, the Department of Public Safety, the Silent Witness Project, St.
TEENAGER Ellie Fergusson last night thanked Record readers for helping her win The Greatest Dancer.
The introduction of Ross Fergusson in the 68th minute for Nade gave Annan a new dimension and minutes later.
Jamie Fergusson converted both to give them victory.
Fergusson was omitted because he spent much of his life working in France, but the name stuck and the Colourists are now recognised as arguably the most avant-garde British artists of their day.
But Irish striker Sammon's double either side of Ross Fergusson's first Queens goal sent the Premiership side through and silenced their doubters.
Alasdair Fergusson brings more than 25 years of oilfield management and marketing experience to ClearWELL, having worked for major service companies in Europe and the Middle East.
US-based flow assurance and production optimisation specialist, ClearWell Oilfield Solutions, has appointed industry veteran Alasdair Fergusson as the new managing director in a major boost to its global expansion plans.
July 4 used to be my annual date with the monument to Arthur Walsh Fergusson (1859-1908).