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surname of the patient in whom the defect was first noted.
Fletcher defect - slow contact activation in coagulation of the blood.
Fletcher factor - factor found in coagulation studies, revealing a slow contact activation but not associated with bleeding abnormalities. Synonym(s): prekallikrein
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Above, barrow boy Steve Taylor at work; right, tulips at the start of the day Top, John Fletcher, John Hinton and Fred Shellis of A Growing Concern; customers at the flower market choose their blooms; Pictures, JOHN JAMES
David Carr, Tom Fletcher, John Fenton and Neil Best went in and Fenton goaled twice Ormskirk had to settle for an Andy Wilson try.
It seems certain Ryan Giggs will be joined by either Darren Fletcher, John O'Shea or Kieran Richardson in midfield tomorrow as United look to avoid finishing successive campaigns empty-handed for the first time in 17 years.
Playwrights considered are Samuel Daniel, John Fletcher, John Ford, Thomas Heywood, John Lyly, Philip Massinger, John Webster, Ben Johnson, and William Shakespeare.
We have a lot more players to choose from now who can come into the side and do a job when needed ( the likes of Carl Fletcher, John Oster and Carl Robinson, who were excellent in midfield.
Players like Carl Fletcher, John Oster and the rest have shown they can play at this level and it gives me plenty of scope for the future.
Pictured are (from left) Keith Newbold, Margaret Fletcher, John Flavell (one of Paul's closest friends), Peter Fletcher and Folly Lane assistant manager Ron Bickley.
But now he has been immortalised by his mates, Jonathon Hart, Mike Fletcher, John Bolton, Chris Brazier, Steve Haskey and Alan Gibson.
Director, Kevin McMahon; camera, Mark Willis; editor, Michael McMahon; sound, Robert Fletcher, John J.
Philaster Phylaster(in full Philaster, or Love Lies A-Bleeding) Romantic tragicomedy by Beaumont, Francis and Fletcher, John, produced about 1608-10.
rguson, who points to Ryan , Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, n Fletcher, John O'Shea, Wes "They had developed players, which is not the same thing.