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whin

indicates fury. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 178]
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The Whin Sill is a quartzdolerite rock, similar to basalt and outcrops appear from south-west Northumberland across the county to the coast.
The Web site offers clinicians a focused, easily accessible way to obtain product information as well as information on how the WHIN Safe Huber Needle can enhance clinician and patient safety," added Sutton.
In addition to enhancing patient care by improving communication, WHIN reduces administrative costs by streamlining information transfer to its authorized users.
Staff and governors from Acklam Whin Primary School in Middlesbrough, is one of four in the town to be awarded PS1,000 from the Government's Pupil Premium 090114prize
BODY SEARCH: Harewood Whin landfill site at Rufforth, near York, and (inset) Sarah Elizabeth Mournian
For example, a WHIN primary care physician using VisiTran-MD can send patient x-rays, MRI scans and voice dictation to a specialist at another facility for additional medical consultation.
Sitting smartly for their class picture are these pupils from Acklam Whin Primary S| Sitting smartly for their class picture are these pupils from Acklam Whin Primary|School in Middlesbrough.
WHIN software enhances the physician's ability to serve his or her patient by simplifying administrative and clinical processes for providers and patients.
The castle rests on the hard quartz dolerite rock which is part of the Whin Sill, a feature that runs through the region and is also the setting for attractions like Lindisfarne Castle, Bamburgh Castle, Hadrian's Wall and High Force waterfall.
The road was blocked for some four hours at the junction of Liverton Whin and Wilton Bank, close to the petrol station on Marske Lane - which is one of the main routes into Saltburn.
Steve Lowe, trust head of conservation, said: "The unique grassland communities of the Whin Sill and the river shingles of the Tyne are two of Northumberland's most sensitive and scarce habitats, something we have a special responsibility for but which few people know much about.
The boxing skills programme has been supported by 12 Middlesbrough schools including Acklam Whin Primary.