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Carl S., U.S. surgeon, 1896-1952. See: Mann-Williamson operation, Mann-Williamson ulcer.
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Henry Williamson set his Tarka the Otter on Exmoor, and there's a 180-mile trail named after it.
Ar l darllen clasur Henry Williamson, Tarka the Otter, meddyliodd ei wraig y gallai ei gwer ddarlunio'r gyfrol.
SALAR THE SALMON by Henry Williamson (LITTLE TOLLER, 10 [pounds sterling]) A childhood favourite that has stood the test of time; a distillation of Williamson's years spent observing Exmoor's creatures
The 180-mile route - named after the famous novel written in this part of the world by Henry Williamson - loops in a figure of eight from the coast down into the heart of mid- Devon and into Exmoor in the east.
It probably wasn't like this when Henry Williamson set up Wyevale garden centre in the 1930s, when plants were sold by mail order only during the dormant season.
Quoting anti-death activists Pope John Paul II, Gandhi and Henry David Thoreau, the passionate speakers and award recipients, including Bill Curtis, Sister Helen Prejean, Roscoe Lee Browne and Bishop Henry Williamson, were buoyed by constant cheering affirmations from the audience, who only lost focus when the awesome chocolate truffle box dessert hit the tables.
HENRY WILLIAMSON The chaplain's son strangled nine-year-old Neil Wyse and dumped his body in Midlothian in 1992.
LITTLE Henry Williamson got a pat on the back from the Queen yesterday - for his majestic bow.
Anyone who has been charmed by Tarka the Otter will know that North Devon is the place where, 70 years ago Henry Williamson wrote his tale of a journey through the waters of the Taw and Torridge rivers.
The entertainment-savvy readers of The Dallas Morning News make this a natural partnership," said Henry Williamson, president of Newspaper Syndication for iMedia US.
However, when Peter visits Ilfracombe, I was disappointed that he failed to mention my favourite author, Henry Williamson, of Tarka the Otter fame, who lived in Ilfracombe at 4 Capstone Place.
Roedd y newyddiadurwr Henry Williamson yn ffugio straeon yn Llundain ddegawdau lawer yn l er mwyn plesio ei olygydd taer.