Girdlestone

Gir·dle·stone

(gĭr'dĕl-stōn),
Gathorne Robert, British orthopedist, 1881-1950. See: Girdlestone procedure.
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Girdlestone's sake, in the second place -- that this same person should be entirely ignorant that the legacy will pass into Mrs.
Girdlestone himself, the famous Englishman who hunts his way to the most formidable Alpine summits without a guide.
First home in 118th place was first M55 Kevin Dessoy, 1:38:24, followed by 156th Paul Girdlestone, M45, 1:40:45.
Defence agent Graham Morrison said Belalta, of Girdlestone Place, Torry, owed a drugs debt and agreed to hide the drugs for a gang.
COCKERTON: Dav Black run out 58, P Riordan c Ridgeway b P Thavker 3, S Farrow c unknown b Reid 61, J Lucas run out 37, I Rawlings b A Reid 3, M Gill run out 3, M Barr run out 1, C Girdlestone b A Reid 3, M Collins not out 1, C Watson not out 8.
Robert Girdlestone, 75, began abusing two little girls in the 1970s, police said.
Optometrist at Leightons Opticians in St Albans, Indie Grewal, and school teacher, Carol Girdlestone, discuss managing presbyopia with contact lenses
Resection arthroplasty, or girdlestone, is the most common treatment for failed PJI management about the hip.
Mark Girdlestone was having a cigarette outside a pub near Central Station when he became amused with a drunken row between Simon Duncan, Joseph White and Zachary Briggs.