Howell, William


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Howell,

William, U.S. physiologist, 1860-1945.
Howell-Jolly bodies - spherical or ovoid eccentrically located granules occasionally observed in the stroma of circulating erythrocytes that occur most frequently after splenectomy or in megaloblastic or severe hemolytic anemia. Synonym(s): Jolly bodies
Howell unit - equivalent approximately to 0.002 mg of pure heparin. Synonym(s): heparin unit
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Gan fod y pwnc yn cwmpasu sawl agwedd wahanol, fe rannwyd y baich a'r arbenigedd o greu'r gyfrol gyda chyfraniadau gan unigolion sydd yn amlwg yn eu maes megis Michael Powell Siddons, J Gwynfor Jones, Gerald Morgan, Evan L James, Glyn Parry, Helen Palmer, Hafina Clwyd, David Howell, William Troughton, Richard Suggett, Richard Morgan a Tegwyn Jones.
The team was made up of Luqmaan Anwar, Thomas Battye, Ashley Bembridge, Jordan Greenfield, Uzair Hamid, Patrick Howell, William Hughes and Dale Peace, and some of them are pictured with (from left), teachers Christine Edwards and Sarah Quinn and Support Assistants Karen Bullock and Beth Taylor.
Part 2 explores the "practices of reading in the church, past and present" with essays by Brian Daley, James Howell, William Stacy Johnson, Christine McSpadden, and Gregory Jones.