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Buckland

William. 1784--1856, English geologist; he became a proponent of the idea of catastrophic ice ages
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But, as Buckland long ago remarked, all fossils can be classed either in still existing groups, or between them.
Buckland to Beechey's Voyage; also the writings of Chamisso in Kotzebue's Voyage.
PAUL TRUSCOTT'S British super-featherweight title shot against Gary Buckland will be rescheduled for the new year, Ricky Hatton's promotional team have confirmed.
CARDIFF'S Gary Buckland admitted he had been spurred on by the exploits of stablemate Lee Selby to take the British super-featherweight belt.
That's the view of Chris Aston, his Huddersfield-based fight manager, ahead of Saturday's big British super-featherweight title defence against Welshman Gary Buckland at Sheffield.
AMIR KHAN may be the big draw in Manchester next weekend, but I'm banking on Newport's Gary Buckland being in the fight of the night.
Hilary Buckland was spotted throwing the snack into the road near her home in Luton by a council official.
He was charged with stealing a handbag containing EUR1,000 cash, a passport and keys belonging to Marie Buckland, who later died from her injuries.
Buckland Group, which makes connectors for the consumer electronics industry, is buying Kigass Electronics for just over pounds 1 million.
HOOKER James Buckland will start his first match for Leicester Tigers when he runs out in today's Heineken Cup fixture against Calvisano at Welford Road.
PHONEY John Buckland hid an incredible secret as he cuddled his "miracle baby" daughter.
The 28-year-old comfortably made weight for his British title showdown with Gary Buckland in Cardiff tonight.