trigeminal neuralgia

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trigeminal neuralgia

[trī′jem·ə·nəl nu̇′ral·jə]
(medicine)
Sudden severe pains of unknown cause along the path of one or more branches of the trigeminal nerve. Also known as tic douloureux.
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q Saturday Leeds, Jongleurs R DAVID + John Fothergill + Dave Williams + Richard Morton (comedy).
John Fothergill bought the company and became MD in 1891 and, 120 years later, his great, great grandson Donald Fothergill is the chairman - having handed the role of MD to long-term Pickerings Lifts director Ian Bowers.
In 1761, he acquired another water mill, called Soho, by Hockley Brook and, at about the same time, entered into partnership with John Fothergill.
His 50-year quest saw the former merchant seaman sail the seven seas seeking Confessions of an Innkeeper by John Fothergill.
CARDIFF: Jongleurs Comedy Club (0870 787070), John Fothergill, Pierre Hollins, George Egg and Mark Walker, 7pm.
This week he is being nice in the company of John Fothergill and Simon B Cotter.
Headlining is Sol Bernstein along with John Lynn and John Fothergill.
With Andy Robinson, John Fothergill and Dan Nightingale.
WARTIME MEMORIES: Staff from Coventry Transport Museum Naomi Wilcox, Brian Scholes, Matthew Mullen and John Fothergill Picture: Joe Bailey
Stockton-based Pickerings Lifts has come a long way since it opened as a pulley, block and chain maker in 1854 and became a dedicated lift company after it was bought by John Fothergill in 1891.
David Jackson and John Fothergill netted for The Queens.
The line-up includes ROB DEERING, BARRY DODDS, RHODRI RHY, IVAN BRACKENBURY, RHOD GILBERT, ALFIE JOEY, JOHN FOTHERGILL and MIKE MILLIGAN.