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Graham, English physician, 1851-1942.
Graham Steell murmur - an early diastolic murmur of pulmonic insufficiency secondary to pulmonary hypertension. Synonym(s): Steell murmur
Steell murmur - Synonym(s): Graham Steell murmur
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Along with my wife, Carole, I'm introduced to the joys of sailing and bushcraft by Graham Little, a friendly, weathered Cumbrian from the Keswick Canoe And Bushcraft Group, who has the patience of a saint.
Boxing hero Barry McGuigan was joined by Graham Little from Sky Sports, Adrian Logan and Jackie Fullerton to thrash out an answer they could all agree on.
A gold award for safe working was presented by Peter Emery, production director at the annual Drax safety seminar to Graham Little, Hertel's site operations manager.
TV's Graham Little and radio star Alan Simpson led the men in the style stakes while Jim Corr rocked the Charlie-Sheenin-Two-And-A-Half-Men look as he stepped out with Gayle.
Bromborough's Steve Stewart and Steve Brennan topped the am-am with 42 points, with Matt and Dan Swede of Caldy second with 40, followed by Richard Droughton and Graham Little of Runcorn with 39.
Fast sketches by Elizabeth Peyton and Graham Little's brilliantly cold drawings made after advertisements in "Fashion and Likeness" bring to mind a nineteenth-century artist like Baudelaire's favorite, Constantin Guys.
His wife Marie presented the pounds 1,000 prize - sponsored by the Northern Bank - to reporter Graham Little of the Enniskillen-based Impartial Reporter.
My friend Graham Little -- whose death last year deprived us of one of our most fluent and insightful interpreters of what he called `the public emotions' -- argued that such a history made it unusually difficult for our culture to deal with the internationalising of such things as the Australian economy.
Dunbar went ahead in 38 minutes when Graham Little handled in the box and the ref pointed straight to the spot.
And goals from Graham Little and David Scott gave Newtongrange Star a 2-0 win over Shotts at New Victoria Park.
The team, which includes Sky Sports presenter Graham Little, are aiming to front crawl their way 48 miles from Crom Castle to Belleek, both Co Fermanagh, in aid of the Ulster Cancer Foundation.
UTV and Sky sports presenter Graham Little got a little extra company on his stag do - a mysterious and somewhat bemused American.