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English setter

a medium-weight, tall, lean, deep-chested dog with a long, silky coat that is most profuse under the neck, trunk, tail and behind the legs. The coat is basically white with black, liver, lemon or orange spots and flecks. The breed is predisposed to neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (juvenile amaurotic familial idiocy), entropion and progressive retinal atrophy.
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Winlow and Laverack (1972a) speculated that in lobster, sensory responses from ventral soft cuticle receptors, proctodaeal cuticle receptors, and pyloric sensory cells project to the brain and activate two types of interneurons.
I can't really put it into words, I didn't really expect it today," Laverack said.
Eldest grandaughter Joy Laverack, 61, said: "Once, she got us lost in Canterbury when I was about 12.
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Laverack 1964, Shelton & Laverack 1970, Tyson & Sullivan 1979, Derby 1982, Spencer & Linberg 1986, Mesce 1993, Cate & Derby 2001, Derby et al.
Taking part will be Barnsley Metropolitan Band and Razzamatazz Community Youth Musical Theatre Company, along with Sylvia Laverack singing your '40s favourites and ukulele player Jack Land-Noble.
424% (mean [+ or -] standard deviation) of aesthetascs (total number of aesthetascs estimated as 1300 according to Laverack, 1964; Gleeson et al.
The osphradium is considered to be the primary chemosensory organ of prosobranch mollusks because its leaf-like structure bears a strong resemblance to the nasal rosettes of aquatic vertebrates (Hansen and Reutter, 2004), and because its location at the base of the incurrent siphon maximizes exposure to odorants (Bailey and Laverack, 1966; Emory, 1992).
Suzanne Laverack, world foods buyer at Morrisons said, "We tailor food and drink to meet the demands of different cultures and are thrilled to be selling Ummah chocolates.
Julie Laverack Glanville, prosecuting, said Brignall was arrested on warrant at his care home.