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Huxley

1. Aldous (Leonard) . 1894--1963, British novelist and essayist, noted particularly for his novel Brave New World (1932), depicting a scientifically controlled civilization of human robots
2. his half-brother, Sir Andrew Fielding, born 1917, English biologist: noted for his research into nerve cells and the mechanism by which nerve impulses are transmitted; Nobel prize for physiology or medicine shared with Alan Hodgkin and John Eccles 1963; president of the Royal Society (1980--85)
3. brother of Aldous, Sir Julian (Sorrel). 1887--1975, English biologist; first director-general of UNESCO (1946--48). His works include Essays of a Biologist (1923) and Evolution: the Modern Synthesis (1942)
4. their grandfather, Thomas Henry. 1825--95, English biologist, the leading British exponent of Darwin's theory of evolution; his works include Man's Place in Nature (1863) and Evolution and Ethics (1893)
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Indeed Huxley, 45, was quickest overall in his age category in Lancashire - and he cannot wait to jet off and get started.
Huxley, 41, of Cefn Dre, Wrexham, had waited for Mr Evans, 54, as he made his way to work before making the attack.
Huxley, 41, was jailed for nine years yesterday after he admitted wounding with intent and possessing a knife.
Huxley, real name Michael Dodman, has perfected the art of DJing since he was 12 years old.
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Set in London in 2540 AD (depicted as 632 After Ford, AF, in the book), it explores scientific developments that Huxley had anticipated, most prominently reproduction and psychological conditioning and manipulation.
It will be Blaydon's second visit to the club having returned back home last year with a 24-14 win and, buoyed by their recent run, Huxley has his eyes on making it two wins out of two.
Jack Huxley slashed and stabbed Ms Dundas 28 times with her own kitchen knives as she lay asleep and defenceless.
Jack Huxley, 20, armed himself with kitchen knives and a carving fork and stabbed Janis Dundas, 62, up to 28 times as she slept.
Investigations revealed Huxley had been searching online for 'granny porn' during the session, as well as downing vodka and smoking cannabis.
HAMPSHIRE-based Huxley Golf, the PGA's official supplier of all-weather golf surfaces, has announced the appointment of a new authorised distributor and installer for the Iberian region of Andalucaea.
until now," says Marc Borson, Director of Huxley Europe Healthcare Products.