Norval


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Norval

A brand name for the antidepressant drug manserin.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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At our first practice Peter had started gaily in, rushing through the first line with no thought whatever of punctuation--" My name is Norval on the Grampian Hills."
Perkins, sarcastically, "your name might be Norval if you were never on the Grampian Hills.
And I am sure, my name was Norval, every evening of my life through one Christmas holidays."
'my daughter, as is at that age when all the sensibilities is a- coming out strong in blow--my son as is the young Norval of private life, and the pride and ornament of a doting willage--here's a shock for my family!
Jacobs himself, familiarly known as Old Goggles, from his habit of wearing spectacles, imposed no painful awe; and if it was the property of snuffy old hypocrites like him to write like copperplate and surround their signatures with arabesques, to spell without forethought, and to spout "my name is Norval" without bungling, Tom, for his part, was glad he was not in danger of those mean accomplishments.
SUPPORT ACT J Singer and stalwart Hibs fan Norval Barclay
According to Dixon Norval, chairman of Junior Achievement, the objective of the Namibian Business Hall of Fame is to recognise business people and professionals who have helped mould the country's enterprise system and who continue to reshape and improve the manner in which businesses operate.
Norley Hall had a similar margin against Sutton who also totalled just 65 as Matt Norval claimed 7-14.
Trevor Norval was the main source of runs, adding a magnificent 88 runs to his 75 of the previous day in a league game on the same ground.
Robert Scott Norval, 33, from Portadown in Northern Ireland, was in the city for a weekend-long bender with friends last month.
Norval Brown of Chicago, former pastor at Fourth Street UMC in Aurora; and the Rev.