The grandfather was probably the pick of the bunch, a pupil of both John Hunter and John Abernethy
, two of the greatest surgeons of the 19th century, and he even merited a plaque inside the church.
(1764-1831), who among his other patients was treating Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) for his addiction to laudanum.
Standing in front of the White Raven Art Works booth, Eugene resident John Abernethy
said that although he works at the University of Oregon, Duck football is not high on his priority list.
50 Musselburgh A caraway seeded biscuit suitable for vegetarians and vegans which was invented by a Scottish doctor, John Abernethy
, originally as a digestive improver.
From here she turns to consider the London debates between John Abernethy
and William Lawrence, his erstwhile protege as surgeon and as investigator of the sources of life.
Chairman of the bench John Abernethy
said: "We are not ruling out any option and that includes custody.
WE are looking to contact Big John Abernethy
, last heard of in Sri Lanka.
I must say that the CYCA has taken the wind out of my sails by the fact that it has made many changes to the way the race is run, and it is fair to say that it is now a much safer race," State Coroner John Abernethy
said at the final hearing.
Separately, the company announced John Abernethy
, APAC's previous chief financial officer has resigned to pursue other interests.
One example is John Abernethy
, a 54-year-old former bicycle mechanic and outdoor enthusiast.
So here's our A-Z rundown on where some of the most commonly-used eponyms: Abernethy Biscuit: Not actually named after Abernethy in Perthshire, but Sir John Abernethy
who created it while exploring ways to reform diet.
CONTACT: Kate Arney, 708-267-2214 or John Abernethy
, 708-267-2134, both of Commerce Clearing House, Inc.