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Conrad H., British embryologist and geneticist, 1905-1975. See: waddingtonian homeostasis.
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In building www.Legalnichepros.com, the Waddingtons have applied their unique position as experts in both law and online promotion and reputation management to create a consulting site streamlined specifically for attorneys.
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PRESENTATION: Victor Waddington (left) receives a copy of The Waddingtons Story, from Charles Dunn, managing director of Riley Dunn & Wilson at a lunch in Leeds
Waddington. Carleton Renaissance Plays in Translation 38.
Waddington, in his introduction, dedicates two brilliant pages (r9-21) to the analysis of the language in the Cortigiana.
Workers at Waddington Labels, on the Team Valley, say they have endured big pay cuts over the past couple of years to help the company ride out a difficult period.
One Waddington worker said today: "We were flabbergasted that our pay request was turned down, people are extremely unhappy about the way we have been treated.
But inventor Anthony Pratt missed out on a fortune after selling the rights to Waddington's in 1953.
He died aged 90 in 1994, two years before Waddington's sold the 150 millionth game.
Mega has joined forces with game-makers Waddington to offer one lucky reader the chance to win six Waddington's games.
Waddingtons Cartons has a dedicated laboratory, at its Leeds factory site, which is used to develop microwaveable receptor packaging.
"The really clever part was getting the raw, frozen pastry base and top to turn crisp and brown just as the meat finished cooking, and by working in close partnership with the receptor laboratory at Waddingtons Cartons, we've been able to steal a march on the market," added Mr Spring.