Fothergill


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Foth·er·gill

(foth'ĕr-gil),
John, English physician, 1712-1780. See: Fothergill disease, Fothergill neuralgia, Fothergill sign.

Foth·er·gill

(foth'ĕr-gil),
William E., English gynecologist, 1865-1926. See: Fothergill operation.
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Prettyman was a Miss Fothergill, and her sister had married a London mercer.) "He's an amusing fellow; and I've no objection to his making one at the Oyster Club; but he's a bit too fond of riding the high horse.
Gary Williams and Alan Fothergill took the cash that guitarist Chris Chadwick-Parnell had made while playing outside WH Smiths in Bangor.
Fothergill and Whittles waited while the next to last game of the season to sneak past Scholes to claim the Division Two title with the runners-up spot going to Scholes.
George Fothergill, 60, drove away as the magistrates who disqualified him watched in disbelief from their restroom overlooking the car park.
The game, however, was turned on its head in the 36th minute when Ben Fothergill was left unattended and slotted into the net.
Hosted by the Endurance GB Northumberland and Tyneside Group as part of the Northern Championships, the competitive 80km race resulted in a fight for the line between eventual winner Rachael Fothergill on Royal Olympian, Nikki Brown on Tinkerbell's Image and Bridget Brown on Silver Zeph.
The veteran wildlife film-maker is narrating the BBC's new landmark documentary series, The Hunt, executively produced by his great friend and collaborator, Alastair Fothergill, who he previously worked with on Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet - and when Sir David and Fothergill team up, you just know it's going to be astonishing.
" "They like seals," admits Fothergill, we're basically seals on legs, so can understand that."
If it was "Every show you've seen about predators in the past, they're always the baddies, they're the villains, and it's simply not true, they usually fail," says Fothergill passionately, explaining how the stakes are much higher for a hungry lion than a hungry zebra, which just needs a patch of grass to munch on, while the lion 'not so dramatic and so serious, it'd be really risks a broken jaw every time it goes for that zebra, "because, quite rightly, the zebra kicks the hell out of it".
Silverback company directors Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey, whose credits include "Frozen Planet'' and "African Cats'' as well as "Planet Earth,'' will lead the production.
Parents of pupils at Shiney Row Primary School, in Houghton-le-Spring, have been informed that Robert Fothergill, who the school employed on a temporary contract, is at the centre of a child protection probe, in North Yorkshire.