Gaskell


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Gas·kell

(gas'kĕl),
Walter H., English physiologist, 1847-1914. See: Gaskell bridge, Gaskell clamp.
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The Claret and Gold went ahead with 24 minutes on the clock as Murphy claimed a chipped kick from Gaskell and battled his way over touch down.
Gaskell cautions customers to select equipment with enough compartment space for an operator to bundle up and still be comfortable and safe.
Gaskell, whose life and ideas appear in quoted flashes, but who otherwise seems to have been modernized to fit our palates, drained of oddity and character." ANNAUSA QUINN
Mr Long said Gaskell, of Peckforton Hall Lane, Tarporley, was informed of maintenance engineer Michael Cunliffe's intention to bypass wires on the "death trap" machine, which rats were believed to have damaged.
Patient Fiona is prepped for the big op and as Gaskell scrubs in, the tension mounts.
According to the marine biologist's Instagram post, "We may very well be the first to ever dive Gaskell's Blue Hole as it was so far offshore and hidden deep within one of the Great Barrier Reef's biggest lagoons."
Aside from being hungry and having infected cuts on his feet, Gaskell said he had suffered no major injuries.
Quakers missed another sitter on 62 minutes when Armstrong got around the back of the defence and set up an easy chance for Gaskell, who somehow pulled the ball wide from just a couple of yards out.
We are working with ten sites anchored by Asda and that experience and expertise was a major attraction to the landlordsChris Gaskell
I then discuss the ways in which Greece's representation in "Modern Greek Songs" bears on Gaskell's temporal geography, which positions the European south as the living precursor to northern Europe.
Elizabeth Gaskell owes much of her current popularity to television adaptations of her Victorian novels.