Lankester


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Lankester

Sir Edwin Ray. 1847--1929, English zoologist, noted particularly for his work in embryology and study of protozoans
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Many previous studies have tried to determine which gastropod species are important in transmission by inferring it from the abundance and prevalence of infection in the different species (Lankester and Anderson, 1968; Platt, 1989).
The prevalence of first-stage larvae in deer pellets ranged from 57-85% in the KD (Saunders 1973, Whitlaw and Lankester 1994b, Mcintosh 2003) and 86% in the adjacent Fort Frances District (Mcintosh 2003).
Like AirAsia, we pride ourselves on being a customer-focussed brand," Lankester said.
But when piano man Charlie Lankester finally decided to make an album of his own, fate stepped in with a cruel twist of the knife.
Mark Lankester, the company chief executive officer, said, 'We are committed to London as one of our core markets and will be striving for Liverpool Street to follow in the success of our Westminster property which has achieved average occupancies in excess of 96 percent since opening in August 2010.'
Dear Editor, I am very sad to hear of the death of my former colleague and friend Barry Lankester who died on Sunday night last after a long illness.
The final book in the Daily Record and Sunday Mail's exclusive collection is Milly-Molly-Mandy Stories by Joyce Lankester Brisley.
The freshwater jellyfish Craspedacusta sowerbii (Lankester, 1880) is a cosmopolite species that is distributed in all continents with the exception of Antarctica (Jankowski, 2001; Silva and Roche, 2007; Zhang et al., 2009).
The Beacon scheme's judging panel were given a presentation by the council's chief executive, Paul Lankester, last month and visited a virtual marketplace showcasing work by partner agencies such as Coventry and Wolverhampton Universities, NHS Warwickshire and Warwickshire Police.
And that, believe it or not, is the sexiest top line of Todmorden-born Lankester'sCV.
Father Lankester Merrin (Skarsgard) flees his native Holland to escape the horrors of Nazi brutality perpetrated against the innocent people of his parish.
Ipswich forward Jack Lankester is ruled out with a back injury.