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Sal·ter

(sahl'tĕr),
Samuel J.A., English dentist, 1825-1897. See: Salter incremental lines.

Sal·ter

(sahl'tĕr),
Robert B., 20th-century Canadian orthopedist. See: Salter-Harris classification of epiphysial plate injuries.
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Salters Bridge is particularly popular and provides a superb link between Hollywood Avenue in South Gosforth and along Salters Lane towards Longbenton.
Ontario-born Salters is one of the leading hard-hitting forwards in Elite League ice hockey.
Residents of Salters Lane, which is about a third the size of Hardwick, put their concerns about their lack of identity to the Labour candidates for Hardwick at the last local election.
Salters at first denied she was carrying drugs, claiming she had been offered 2,000 dollars - about pounds 1,275 - to bring a laptop bag containing shirts to the UK.
We're quite a young team," says Salters, who joined Beverage Brands in January 1994 straight from university.
Exactly where Salters got his tickets, if in fact he had any, is unclear.
Architects, engineers and building contractors rely on suppliers who can accurately interpret their specifications and offer workable solutions to structural challenges," said Salters.
The new stretch of Salters Road has been joined up with Church Road but the planners forgot to make a left turn to join up with the A1 coming out of the High Street
In January workers will be back again for further major roadworks to realign the junction between Salters Road and Church Road as part of the Gosforth Traffic Improvement Scheme.
Salters adds: "Our mission for the next 12 months is to ensure Silver receives focused support and is another great seller for the trade.
The work by BT is taking place on the Salters Road car park, off Gosforth High Street, Newcastle, and is expected to continue for around six weeks.