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No·ble

(nō'bĕl),
Charles P., U.S. gynecologist, 1863-1935. See: Noble position.

No·ble

(nō'bĕl),
Robert L., 20th-century Canadian physiologist. See: Noble-Collip procedure.
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Toal, who boxed for Paisley YMCA, Coatbridge Barn and Noble Art before joining the Argylls three years ago, said: 'I respect Simmons.
McAdam spars there with Noble Art clubmate Paul Fellows and he said: ``Paul is a light-welterweight champion and the tough sessions I have with him keep me sharp.''
While some consider it a noble art, others are quick to deem the century-old tradition barbaric.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Emotive 9 Pater 10 Sikhs 11 Thermos 12 Inn 13 Catacomb 16 Noble art 17 Nan 19 Parable 21 Easel 22 Overt 23 Tail end.
"We deplore the excessive use of political power, in form of tyranny, injustice or seizure of public money, or as a means of illicit gain and personal profit, whilst it ought to be a noble art in the service of public good at all levels," said the Patriarch.
Foil Arms and Hog are three young Irishmen by the names of Sean Finegan, Conor McKenna and Sean Flanagan, who met at University College Dublin while studying architecture, engineering and genetics, and decided to give all that up to pursue the noble art of being downright silly, yet observational and refreshingly philosophical.
Addressing on the occasion, Irfan Siddique said 'Institute of Calligraphy will be established during the current year with an objective to promote and preserve the noble art of calligraphy which is distinctive due to its strong linkage with the religion'.
One section covers "The Noble Art of Ear-Piercing," a trend that continues today.
Determine, Flissi a declare qu'il est pret sur tous les plans pour offrir au noble art algerien et a l'Algerie une medaille.
Much more besides the noble art, He showed us from the start, With words he changed both minds and hearts.
The King Who Invented Ballet: Louis XIV and the Noble Art of Dance BBC Four, 8pm David Bintley, director of the Birmingham Royal Ballet, examines how Louis XIV influenced dance in the 17th and 18th century as he prepares to produce a new ballet about the French king.