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Og·ston

(og'stŏn),
Alexander, Scottish surgeon, 1844-1929. See: Ogston line, Ogston-Luc operation.
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Beloved husband of Catherine Mackie Ogston, dearly loved dad of Kathryn and Jennifer, respected and loved father-in-law of Darren and much loved grandfather of Chloe and Mackie.
Michael Ogston, 30, was sentenced yesterday at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
An underground chamber flooded at the company's Ogston Reservoir treatment plant and sodium hydroxide, used as a purifier, was released into the watercourse.
Exhibition At the preview of the event are (left to right): Sally Livesay, Graham Turpie, Julie Cully, Bill Ogston, Maureen Campbell (President), Peter Pinnock, Jean Proto and Don Greenhill.
These primary elements reflect the literature on coaching, much of which focuses on the role of performance-based feedback (Conroy, Sutherland, Vo, Carr, & Ogston, 2014; Lewis & Newcomer, 2002; Sterling-Turner, Watson, & Moore, 2002).
Raw Deal cooked up a PS117 refund for reader Richard Ogston after his new microwave suddenly stopped working.
Crockatt, Michael A, and Jill Ogston. "Airport Infrastructure as an Instrument for Regional Economic Development," no.
Platelet count appears to be elevated following moderate intensity CET (Warlow and Ogston, 1974) as well as prolonged (Lippi et al., 2014) and intense exercise (Belviranli et al., 2017).
A through ball from Callum Ogston sent Adam Forsyth through on goal before the striker expertly fired in the second.
On Sunday Graeme Maxwell bagged another hat-trick and Tam Coles, Duncan Smith and Stephen McDill also netted three apiece, John Hunt, Jack Ogston and Craig Farnhill were also all on target as they eased past Queens Bar in the HHGC Trophy.
Naz Mahmood, a doctor from Birmingham, had been in gay relationship with web designer Matt Ogston for years and they were engaged to be married.