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Herriot

1. Édouard . 1872--1957, French Radical statesman and writer; premier (1924--25; 1932)
2. James. real name James Alfred Wight. 1916--95, British veterinary surgeon and writer. His books based on his experiences in Yorkshire have been adapted for television and films
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Direction des batiments pole marches 26 avenue du President Herriot
The BBC's classic All Creatures Great and Small, starring Christopher Timothy as vet James Herriot, was based on Alf 's semi-autobiographical works and attracted a weekly audience of 13 million for 12 years.
Later I enjoyed the wonderful BBC TV series All Creatures Great and Small starring Christopher Timothy as the newly qualified vet, Herriot, Robert Hardy as the, at times cantankerous, but essentially kindly, boss Siegfried Farnon and Peter Davison as his sex-crazed brother Tristan.
e four-lap, 10-section course appeared to suit the much improved Teesside rider as he edged victory from Daniel Herriot, with Yarm's David Clarke and Egton's colin Bailey producing clean rides to win their respective classes.
Sam, clear of everyone as he dashed in, had merely to side–foot it behind Jim Herriot.
So, why Thirsk It is the town where one of my favourite authors James Alfred Wight, better known by his alias James Herriot, lived during his days as a country vet.
French president Francois Hollande expressed outrage at the attack at the Edouard Herriot school in Albi in southern France.
Runners up from Herriot Watt University and SP Jain University were also awarded certificates and a team trophy, as well as pre-paid cards.
Herriot introduced a prop--a pair of pistols, one of which serves as a cigarette lighter--that-gave the story an unexpected comic/lurid twist at the end, rather like Susanna meeting Sweeney Todd.
In a textbook for an advanced undergraduate course, Herriot (retired psychology, City U.
It was sculpted by Alan Herriot, whose previous works include a Highland Division piper at The House of Bruar in Perthshire and a depiction in Aberdeen of Robert the Bruce.
NOSTALGIA ain't what it used to be for fans of television vet James Herriot.