Tresilian

Tre·sil·i·an

(trē-sil'ē-ăn),
Frederick J., English physician, 1862-1926. See: Tresilian sign.
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The drop off point is Tresilian Way North, at the rear of Cardiff Central Train Station.
There are also plans to increase emergency provision by opening another 13 portakabins, known as pods, in homeless centres The Huggard and Ty Tresilian by the late summer.
David Tresilian. Cairo: The American U in Cairo P, 2008.
Tresilian, "Triggering prepared actions by sudden sounds: reassessing the evidence for a single mechanism," Acta Physiologica, vol.
Commenting in the English edition of the Cairo-based Al-Ahram, David Tresilian drew attention to two contrasting aspects of the enterprise--the commercial and the diplomatic: 'In his remarks at the "chairman's breakfast" that opened the Arab focus events', he wrote, Amr Moussa, speaking in his capacity as secretary-general of the Arab League, said that events such as the London Fair could "enlarge understanding and contribute to dialogue between nations" as well as correct the "stereotypical picture of Arabs and Muslims" that has sometimes circulated in western countries'.
Indeed, the very first chapter of this work was Ferrers' poetic history of the career of Robert Tresilian, who flouted the law at the instigation of Richard II and was later executed by the Lords Appellant during the Merciless Parliament of 1388 (Ferrers, Mirror A3-B1).
David Tresilian (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2008); Elisabeth Kendall, Literature, Journalism, and the Avant-Garde: Intersection in Egypt (London and New York: Routledge, 2006).
Start at St Donat's with its medieval castle - from here a path will lead you to Tresilian Bay, with its magical cave and Bow of Destiny.
7.15: TRESILIAN (D E Mullins, 9- 1) 1; Elusive Moon (16-1) 2; Spavento (6- 1) 3; Descaro (20-1) 4; Hello Bunclody 9-2f.
Urabi's reputation as a fierce nationalist who wanted to free the Egyptians of foreign control and rid the country of debt also appealed to many Japanese (Fujita 2005; Itagaki 1984; Nakayama 1934, 601d; Tayara 2004; Tresilian 2005).