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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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Mr Huxley was nearly knocked out and blood was pouring from his head.
Ms Huxley had told head teacher Amanda Williams that she suffered from narcolepsy but that the condition did not affect her while teaching and that she took the relevant medication.
The hearing heard that Huxley had told the school's headteacher Amanda Williams that she suffered from narcolepsy but that the condition did not affect her while teaching and that she took the relevant medication.
Next to homesickness, Huxley admits that competition in the music industry can be tough, but he's a firm believer in using it to push himself to try harder.
We go into the game with Old Albanians full of confidence and we should have a good chance against them," said Huxley.
Dundas was killed on 5 April, the same day she let homeless drifter Huxley stay at her home "out of the goodness of her heart.
Huxley Golf provides premier all-weather surfaces for golf around the world.
Huxley said: "She said she used to go out with him and he had raped her and she finished with him.
At the surface, the novel is centered on a search for "Atlantis: the island that has seduced, perplexed and obsessed human minds for more than two millennia," and which "has spawned more theories than fleas on a slum cat," as Huxley explains to his young protA[c]gA[c].
Chris Diamond, defending, said Huxley, a trader for 30 years, had been hit by a car and had not worked on the stall in recent months.
He said Huxley got to know Mr Wills, 49, of Caslon Crescent, Stourbridge, through their "drinking and drug culture".
Aldous Huxley, Poesia completa, edicion bilingue, introduccion, traduccion y notas de Jesus Isaias Gomez Lopez, Madrid, Catedra, 2011, 732 pp.