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Beeton

Isabella Mary, known as Mrs Beeton. 1836--65, British cookery writer, author of The Book of Household Management (1861)
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Beeton and her colleagues studied FLS looking for an 'Achilles' heel' that would allow them to prevent or stop them from damaging the joints.
Prince William himself gave Beeton CPR, which saved his life.
His Cook's Guide first published in 1861 was the essential reference guide of its day, yet he has almost been completely forgotten and has been superseded by Mrs Beeton.
The South African-born Beeton was in the Exiles team that lost out in a Gulf Top Six Premiership clash to Bahrain in Saar in January.
Together for eight years and married for six months when Beeton had a boating accident on June 17, Tammy now faces life as a widow.
A 27-year-old centre for the Dubai Exiles and the UAE national team, South African rugby player Beeton has been left clinically brain dead after a fall at a friend's boat party on June 17.
The five strong team, from Northern Rail, included keen cyclist and area director Matthew Beeton, all work in Northern's Area North, which covers the North East, Lancashire and Cumbria.
You may have some coins or money that grandparents have left to you that's sitting around in a sock drawer," Beeton said.
David Whiteman, of the Queensland Institute of Medical research, said "We should follow the advice of Mrs Beeton, who prescribes a five to 10-minute interval between making and pouring tea, by which time the tea will be sufficiently flavour some and unlikely to cause thermal injury.
The most famous writer to have a racing professional as a parent or step-parent was Mrs Beeton, author of Beeton's Book of Household Management (1859-61).
According to Beeton (sport, tourism and hospitality management, La Trobe U.