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Hux·ley

(hŭks'lē),
Thomas H., English biologist, physiologist, and comparative anatomist, 1825-1895. See: Huxley layer, Huxley membrane, Huxley sheath.
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Weetman and Huxley will now look to reproduce their good form when they team up as part of the Shropshire squad for county week from June 24 to 26.
"An Agnostic is simply an Atheist with a tall hat on." The difference then was one of class: while many atheists came from the working class, agnostics like Huxley and Darwin were part of the emerging elite and frequented polite society.
Kasambara put a dog chain around Mr Warrilow, pinning him to the front passenger seat and saying: "This is for Nicky." Huxley drove the four of them to the old Liverpool loop line.
Mr Huxley was nearly knocked out and blood was pouring from his head.
Huxley was in her second year as a nursery teacher at Park Primary, having previously taught for seven years in the junior school there.
Announcing that a case of unacceptable professional conduct had been proved, the chairman said Ms Huxley had failed to meet the standards expected of a teacher, breaching key principles of trust and respect.
In the past month, Huxley has performed in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Berlin, Istanbul and Vienna.
Set in London in 2540 AD (depicted as 632 After Ford, AF, in the book), it explores scientific developments that Huxley had anticipated, most prominently reproduction and psychological conditioning and manipulation.
It will be Blaydon's second visit to the club having returned back home last year with a 24-14 win and, buoyed by their recent run, Huxley has his eyes on making it two wins out of two.
The pair were related through Dundas's daughter, whose partner was Huxley's dad.
Huxley Golf's low maintenance, premier all-weather greens, tees and practice surfaces will help Andalucaea's golf courses to improve practice and playing facilities, reduce their maintenance costs and lower water consumption.
While Swinhoe was being held on remand in January, convicted husband-murderer Ann Huxley spoke to her as prison mentor and welfare representative.