Sellick

Sel·lick

(sĕl'ik),
Brian A., 20th-century British anesthetist. See: Sellick maneuver.
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He then married second wife Kim Sellick and they had two sons, now aged 10 and 11.
Council spokesman Tim Sellick said the people responsible had moved from jobs they held 14-18 years ago.
The report from Newcastle-based recruitment consultancy Sellick Partnership found that 75pc of chief executives surveyed in the region believe that at board level the role of the financial director is the most crucial one to a company's success and growth.
John yesterday admitted Kim Sellick had walked out on him, taking their two sons with her.
However for Julia Pattison, administration co-ordinator at financial interim recruitment consultancy The Sellick Partnership, striking the right balance between work and home life has been easy.
New businesses exhibiting include, Absolute Energy, Autoserve GB Ltd, B2B Manufacturing Centre, Broome & Associates, CP Engineering Ltd, Caspian Learning Ltd, Nesme, Oneweb Solutions, Plant City, Sellick Partnership, The Bigger Scene Ltd and Work Matters.
Prosecutor Llewellyn Sellick told Plymouth Crown Court the youngsters were on a Sunday bike ride when they decided to enter the garden centre through a gap in a fence.
PROFESSIONAL services recruiter Sellick Partnership has ended its 15th year in business with a record performance, bolstered by strong results in the permanent jobs market.
From Sage to Formica, Sellick to The Energy Institute, these brands are finding that a local presence makes good business sense.
He studied with Kendall Taylor and Phyllis Sellick before building a close collaboration with the pianist Cecile Ousset.
Women profiled include Alice Kyteler, Mary Sutton, Joan Flower, Isobel Gowdie, Susannah Sellick, and Helen Duncan, a spiritualist medium accused in 1944.