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Linacre

Thomas. ?1460--1524, English humanist and physician: founded the Royal College of Physicians (1518)
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This type of behaviour will not be tolerated and I would appeal for anyone who was in the vicinity of Linacre Lane at around 8.
Former Boro player Billy Linacre, a caricature of Eddie Holliday (by Darren Cairns) and current Boro midfielder Stewart Downing
High levels of farmer suicide along Australia's Murray-Darling Basin drove Edward Linacre to turn to ancient cooling techniques to create a new subsurface irrigation system for drought-ravaged landscapes worldwide.
For the purpose, Linacre studied the Namib beetle, an ingenious species that lives in one of the driest places on earth.
Mr Linacre added: "In the US, the first half was particularly difficult, but the strengthening of our institutional equities, research and investment banking teams, and a much improved performance across the firm in recent months, are very encouraging.
Linacre said success would depend on how well the evidence had been stored for the past 21 years.
Writing for an audience with basic biological knowledge, Linacre (forensic science, U.
Normalmente, os modelos disponiveis para estimar a evaporacao em lagos sao divididos, em termos praticos, em duas classes: nos em que se utilizam equacoes baseadas em informacoes climatologicas para a predicao da evaporacao, como os modelos propostos por Morton (1983), Linacre (1993) e Kohler et al.
1) One such volume, the Folger Shakespeare Library's heavily marked copy of De emendata structura Latini sermonis libri sex (London: Richard Pynson, 1524) by Thomas Linacre (ca.
Queen's Hussar (1963) Brigadier Gerard's sire became the longest-priced winner in Sussex Stakes history when defying odds of 25-1 to beat Linacre by a head
The Linacre Centre is a British think-tank informed by Catholic moral teaching on matters related to health care and bioethics.