Price-Jones

Price-Jones

(prīs jōnz),
Cecil, English hematologist, 1863-1943. See: Price-Jones curve.
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Those who know him best, such as Gwesyn Price-Jones, the development officer for Bassaleg High School, believe the former Cardiff City hopeful has carved out a path to the very top in rugby ...
Nerys Price-Jones, head of HR, signed 11 of them up to the 20Twenty Business Growth Programme as they look to train the next generation of team leaders and business managers.
Mark O'Brien, the managing director, accompanied by Maria Price-Jones, the lettings director, and Jill Littler, the sales director, all attended Tesco, in Mold, and purchased a wide range of tinned, dried goods, cereals and long life milk to help provide more food packages for those in need.
Organiser James Noble, | front, with classic car enthusiasts, from left, Tom and Sue Price-Jones, Loz Pavier, Chas Randhaua and Matt Phillips
They have a huge amount of power to change the way that building safety is accepted here," Gareth Price-Jones, the Oxfam charity's country director for Bangladesh, told Reuters.
Also in the interbreed line-up was the Dairy Shorthorn leader, Dee Jean 2, shown by Overton's David and Liz Price-Jones, who keep 80 milkers.
Spirit of the Wedge-Tailed Eagle: The Art of Humphrey Price-Jones is a stunning, oversized hardcover art book showcasing the work of artist Humphrey Price-Jones' and features his lavish illustrations of the wedge-tailed eagle--Australia's largest true eagle.
and Hortense Price-Jones, the business began selling T-shirts and other paraphernalia from a 600-square-foot space.
* In 1993, Parnes and Price-Jones reported a positive result in 30 of 38 patients (79%).
During the inquest, Matron Carol Price-Jones broke down in tears as she apologised for the family's loss and said an electronic note-taking system which would make transfer of information more effective had still not been delivered.