Sellick

Sel·lick

(sĕl'ik),
Brian A., 20th-century British anesthetist. See: Sellick maneuver.
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Bearing in mind that the Newcastle team at Sellick Partnership specialise in finance recruitment, what sort of person do they ask them to find?
Question three: Cyril James Smith from Costa Street in Middlesbrough and his wife Phylllis nee Sellick became world renowned in what form of entertainment?
MORE than 12 months on, legal recruitment specialist Sellick Partnership is experiencing a higher demand than ever for childcare solicitors in Liverpool and the North West since the horrific Baby Peter case hit the headlines last August.
The Chester office of recruitment specialists Sellick Partnership has roped in a number of its clients to take part in the Chester halfmarathon to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Registered users of the site can get involved by posing questions to members of the "Ask the Expert" panel, on the forum, add a product review on a technology they have used or comment on any of the content created by the community." said Claire Sellick, event director of Infosecurity Europe.
But Kyle Sellick, of Adelaide, in Australia, went for Beardsley and Cole.
THIS week I'm delighted to present our February slimmer of the month - Laura Sellick, who wins a pounds 100 prize and free membership to www.mirrordietclub.co.uk until she reaches her target weight.
But, despite this ubiquitous finding, research has not yet been able to reveal whether poor outcomes for fostered children arise from pre-existing factors or aspects of the care experience, although some promising first steps have been taken in the UK by Sellick and Thoburn (2002).
The Rev Peter Sellick, vicar at sister church St Mary Magdalene, told the congregation, some wearing Albion shirts, that Scott was a special young man with a lot to look forward to.
Llewellyn Sellick, defending, said Stephan was a man with no previous convictions who felt "deeply ashamed".
Mr McCarthy's sister, Clare Sellick condemned the Government's handling of the disaster.