Peter Nightingale

Peter Nightingale:

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or Peter Nightingale,
fl. 1291–1303, Danish astronomer and mathematician. He taught at the Univ. of Bologna (1291–92) and in Paris, and was a canon of Roskilde Cathedral, Denmark.
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So what our research has shown is that - for all practical purposes - it can't be done," Peter Nightingale said.
Just as a note, my name should have been Shore as this was my father's surname until he inherited the estate of his great uncle Peter Nightingale and he took his name as was his right, under the 1815 inheritance laws.
The group is chaired by Dr Peter Nightingale, who is also the chair of MHRA Devices Expert Advisory Group (DEAC).
Peter Nightingale, MBBS, DEAC's chairman, is a consultant in anesthesia and intensive care medicine and was president of the Royal College of Anaesthetists until September 2012.
Peter Nightingale, 43, was found guilty of the manslaughter of Darren Jones at the Greets Green Social Club in Great Bridge.
Peter Nightingale was last seen at the Harvest Care Home in Tiers Cross, Haverfordwest, on Wednesday.
The family's money had come from lead mining originally, and her father in fact was originally called William Shore, and he changed his name to Nightingale to honour the fortune that he inherited from Peter Nightingale and they had two main residences: one was in Derbyshire, Lea Hurst; and the other was in Hampshire, Embley Park, which they acquired in 1825.
CLASS OF 1951: Above - back row, left to right: Tony Tucker, John Page, Peter Nightingale, Leslie Murphy, Bernard Jones, Arthur Cowell, Bruce (surname unknown), Derek Hall, Brian Larke, Colin Perkins, Andy McFarlane, Teddy Foster, Ronald Hewitt.
Lis Eversden, Fiona Maggs, Peter Nightingale, Paresh Jobanputra (2007): A pragmatic randomised controlled trial of hydrotherapy and land exercises on overall well being and quality of life in rheumatoid arthritis.
Among them is Father Peter Nightingale who died on March 2, 1847, aged 32, one of 10 Liverpool priests known as `the martyrs of the famine' because they risked their own lives bringing comfort to the dying.
qColeman, who recently received a special award for his services to boxing, meets Tipton's Peter Nightingale at the Light Bar, Chubbs Building, Broad Street, in Wolverhampton this afternoon.