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(plat),
Harry, early 20th-century British surgeon. See: Putti-Platt operation, Putti-Platt procedure.
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Platten praised the job done by Spartans boss Alun Armstrong during his 18 months at Croft Park.
Ty Platten "We are trying to build the most iconic veterans centre in the country so we are here for the next 100 years.
Mr Platten was born in Meadownfield, County Durham.
Henry Platten "These have included people setting up fake accounts and pretending to be business owners (called cyber-squatting), through to a hotel receiving a lot of malicious negative comments.
Sigrist Platten, based in the Swiss canton of Schaffhausen, has been generating annual sales of between CHF500,000 (USD515,910/EUR393,840) and CHF800,000 for the last several years.
The potential use of these generic drugs with a proven safety profile would also have a great impact on reducing healthcare costs," said Platten.
Mr Platten, a widower, was pinned down by three or four men who burst into his house at between 5pm and 5.
Co-executive producers, Flint Dille, John Zuur Platten.
Anglican Bishop Stephen Platten of Wakefield, England, who served as ecumenical aide to previous archbishops of Canterbury Robert Runcie and George Carey, said he has been "happily surprised" by the early ecumenical overtures of the new pope.
While many other critics see Tournier's later output, and especially Eleazar (1996), as frequently stilted in its figural equations, Platten views this evolution as part of a shift towards a new literary realism which is for him healthily characteristic of a swathe of post-nouveau roman French writers.
David Platten, Michel Tournier and the Metaphor of Fiction.
To the stimulating and appreciative studies by Colin Davis, David Gascoigne, Mary-Anne Hutton, Lorna Milne, Michael Roberts, Emma Wilson, and Michael Worton must now be added this new study by David Platten, who, while he makes generous reference to his predecessors, questions many of their assumptions in his resolute pursuit of an independent reading.