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Lid·dell

(li-del;'),
Edward G.T., English neurophysiologist, 1895-1981. See: Liddell-Sherrington reflex.
References in classic literature ?
{152} Translation very uncertain; vide Liddell and Scott, under
"He did not miss a single hole from the first onwards." [Greek] according to Liddell and Scott being "the hole for the handle of an axe, etc.," while [Greek] ("Od." v.
Luckily for me Liddell & Scott have specially translated most of the doubtful words, referring to this very place.
The Morrison Government, with the Berejiklian Government, has announced the establishment of a Commonwealth-led taskforce to consider options to deal with AGLs announced closure of the Liddell Power Station in NSW in 2023.
MMA legend Chuck Liddell may have to retire whether he likes it or not.
Property management company Ross and Liddell is offering grants of up to PS500 to local groups across Scotland in its community bursary programme.
Irene Devenny, managing director at Ross and Liddell, said: "We're very proud to have provided more than PS70,000 to groups across Scotland in our bursary scheme.
Lifeline service, Southend Seniors Forum, has been awarded PS500 from property management company Ross and Liddell.
The McHenry County College Board recently tapped longtime trustee Linda Liddell to lead the board and replace former board chairman Chris Jenner who resigned in November to move to Florida.
THE last living student of Olympic hero Eric Liddell has made a pilgrimage to a care centre set up in the legendary Scot's memory.
Frank Liddell earned his status as an Alloa hero by helping them win promotion from the Second Division.
Liam Liddell, 27, was visiting a friend at Litchfield Court when he ended up assaulting resident Muktar Jimcalleh.