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Nas·myth

(nās'mith),
Alexander, London dentist, 1789-1849. See: Nasmyth cuticle, Nasmyth membrane.
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Naismith, 32, has returned to full training after undergoing a knee operation on his cartilage and Jambos boss Levein has high hopes he'll be on a new deal in time for the curtain raiser at Pittodrie on August 4.
Naismith scored 14 goals in 27 appearances last season for Hearts.
Naismith joined Hearts on a two-season loan in January 2018 and Steven Naismith enjoyed a successful 2018/19 season, scoring 16 goals in 31 appearances for club and country.
And that means players such as Naismith, Yanic Wildschut, Jonny Howson and Matt Jarvis could all leave the club.
Naismith was stunned by the welcome, saying: "I can't think of many times I've seen it with anybody else.
Norwich cashed in thanks to Naismith followed by a quite brilliant second goal from the promising 21-year-old Josh Murphy.
| New Canaries boss Neil confirmed both Naismith and Portuguese fullback Ivo Pinto, signed from Dinamo Zagreb earlier in the window, were in his plans for the televised lunchtime kick-off against Liverpool.
Everton now play five times in 14 days, beginning with a home clash with Tottenham on Sunday, and Martinez believes clarity will be brought to Naismith's situation after that run.
The new Naismith Coaches Circle Monument is part of the 2015 Hall of Fame Enshrinement, which includes the induction of eleven new members into the Hall of Fame at Springfield Symphony Hall.
Naismith - who will lead Scotland's attack against Ireland in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifier on Saturday - said: "At the end of every season, I gather up all the tops, trackies and whatever and give them to my mum.
Naismith featured in all of those 've matches, including an impressive 2-0 win over Croatia in October when he scored the second goal.