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(ster'ling),
William, British histologist and physiologist, 1851-1932. See: Stirling modification of Gram stain.
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Macfarlane gray have been in the Stirling economy for the best part of 80 years and we have been involved in many growth businesses over that time and many of them now are on to the third generation," he says.
It will take up the central atrium of Stirling Arcade as well as the old Alhambra Theatre upstairs between 11am and 6pm.
Stirling assaulted the first girl, then 15, during a DofE Bronze Award overnight expedition in June 2013.
Alongside Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument, voters want to see Stirling Albion, the Smith Museum and Stirling's Old Town Jail.
CityFibre, working along with next generation managed network specialist MLL Telecoms and Stirling Council, will start construction of the new infrastructure in June this year.
The Kurdish Globe Stirling Group, a leader in Health, Safety and Environmental services, has made a significant investment in a new Middle Eastern training centre for all oil & gas and construction workers in Kurdistan.
Early life: Rachael Atlanta Stirling was born on May 30, 1977, in London.
The victim was drinking in the Turks Head pub in Wednesfield when, without provocation, he was suddenly struck in the face by Ian Stirling.
Scottish Division Three Best prices 1-6 Rangers, 18-1 Stirling, 15-2 draw midday, ESPN TEAM NEWS VVSTRIKER Fran Sandaza has been suspended by the club while Andrew Little is playing for Northern Ireland.
They began with a fine break by full-back Stuart Thomas that sent wing Matthew Pewtner over, but Stirling hit back with a great solo try by centre Mark Bennett.
Perth, Australia, Nov 8, 2010 - (ABN Newswire) - Stirling Resources Limited (ASX:SRE) is pleased to announce that Mr Nigel Goodall will take the role of Executive Chairman of the company, effective 8 November 2010.