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Finlay

Carlos Juan . 1833--1915, Cuban physician: discovered that the mosquito was the vector of yellow fever
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Last week Finlay and his sister Ella, 10, attended an international summit of young climate activists, who marched through the streets of Lausanne, Switzerland, and called for significant measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
But since the Finlay Cooper Fund was set up in 2006, good causes have benefited to the staggering tune of PS600,000.
FINLAY: Del Amitri are one of my biggest Scottish influences.
Jurors were told how Finlay, of Johnstone, shook the girl "uncontrollably".
Rent boy Alan Torres, now 20, was accused of tying up Finlay, 60, during sex before beating him with the 2kg dumbbell on August 24, 2017, in Argentina.
Attacking midfielder Finlay has been a key part of Albion's Under-17s, who won a boys club treble, claiming the A League title, the Raymond Kelly Trophy and the Mark McEwan Trophy, as well as the U17s Highland League Development crown.
Brett Finlay is a professor of microbiology and the author of Let Them Eat Dirt; Jessica Finlay is an expert in gerontology.
Finlay told the court that Griffin was bed ridden and had trouble communicating with her caregivers.
Finlay's, your local butcher, is the place to buy good-quality meat and dairy while supporting local farmers and producers.
In the much-loved television series, the Victorian villa in Bracklinn Road served as the home of doctors Finlay and Cameron and their housekeeper Janet.
By ANITA CHEPKOECHUK agriculture multinational James Finlay on Thursday announced plans to stop flower production on its Kericho farms, thrusting some 2,000 workers into a future without jobs.The company, which is one of world's largest tea producers and exporters, said high cost of labour in Kericho coupled with persistent industrial action had forced it to abandon flower farming.