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Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
Don, 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Marshall syndrome.

Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
Eli K., U.S. pharmacologist, 1889-1966. See: Marshall method.

Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
John, English anatomist, 1818-1891. See: Marshall vestigial fold, Marshall oblique vein.

Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
Victor F., 20th-century U.S. urologist. See: Marshall test, Marshall-Marchetti test, Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz operation.
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Marshalls' charity fundraisers - all employed at the firm's Halifax sites - walked from Hebden Bridge to Siddal with Martin's wife Rachel and two young children, Ethan and Jessica and members of his local rugby club, Siddal ARLFC.
Jo Sygrove, corporate fundraiser at Overgate Hospice, said: "We are absolutely overwhelmed with the phenomenal amount Marshalls has raised with the walk in Martin's memory - it's really humbling.
A Marshall spokesman said: "Marshalls plc can confirm that 20 employees at the Llay works have elected to leave the company on Friday January 22 2009 after consultations with unions and Marshalls representatives.
"Marshalls can also confirm that the Llay site will not be closing on that date.
The Adirondack Council is pushing the state to create a 409,000-acre Bob Marshall Great Wilderness near Cranberry Lake in the western Adirondacks.
In 1900, Louis Marshall and friends purchased land on Lower Saranac Lake, where they built six summer camps, dubbing the compound Knollwood.
Not quite fully awake, Colonel Marshall tried to make sense out of what his wife was trying to say.
Mrs Marshall had met Mr Flippance through an internet dating agency about a month before their deaths, the court heard.
Bernard Cammarata, president and chief executive of TJX, said stores will operate under both the TJ Maxx and Marshalls names.
From Mayfair to Marylebone and Liverpool Street to Leicester Square, Marshalls has paved the way for some of the capital's most prestigious landmarks.