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Lindwall

Ray(mond Russell). 1921--96, Australian cricketer. A fast bowler, he played for Australia 61 times between 1946 and 1958
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It is encouraging to observe that the positive, although limited, effects of valerian on sleep problems observed in 'normal' populations (Balderer and Borbely, 1985; Leathwood and Chauffard, 1985; Lindahl and Lindwall, 1989; Morazzoni and Bombardelli, 1995; Wagner et al., 1998; Gyllenhaal et al., 2000; Donath et al., 2000) are also demonstrable in disabled populations, where the need for resolution is often greater.
Lindwall will also be a member of the group's senior management.
Ost, L.G., Svensson, L., Hellstrom, K., & Lindwall, R.
The atf3 gene is a known stress response gene that is upregulated to a variety of stressors, but is mostly studied in cancer (Abe et al., 2003; Lindwall and Kanje, 2005).
In a more recent study of 60 children with a variety of phobias (animal, blood, injections, claustrophobia, thunderstorms, etc.), Ost and colleagues randomized children (ages 7-17) to one of three conditions: (1) one-session exposure with child alone, (2) one-session exposure with parent present during exposure, and (3) waitlist control (Ost, Svensson, Hellstrom, & Lindwall, 2001).
Lindwall and Coleman (2008) advocate that fostering a caring school community (CSC) is one way to promote a sense of belongingness within youth.
I can recall vivid images to this day, squatting at the side of the boundary rope, tucking into meat paste sandwiches and a bottle of orange pop (cost about 6d in old money!), Keith Miller's swashbuckling 159 not out, Ray Lindwall clean bowling our hero Len Hutton in the last over of the day, the youngest tourist, Ian Craig, fielding just feet away from us and those baggy green Australian caps.
The Australians have produced a series of fearsome pacemen, including Ray Lindwall, Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson.
But, while the little man was at the crease, such feared figures as Ray Lindwall, Keith Miller, Alec Bedser, Brian Statham and Freddie Trueman knew there was a big task before them.
History is littered with great bowlers who hunted in pairs, but each twosome is all spin or all pace - Lindwall and Miller, Lillee and Thompson, Trueman and Statham, Marshall and Garner, Holding and Roberts, O'Reilly and Grimmett, Laker and Lock, Ramhadin and Valentine and so on.
Chuck Lindwall, Executive Vice President, Koll Bren Schreiber who worked closely with Restifo commented, "Working with Eastern Consolidated on the high-profile acquisition of the IPA portfolio was a true pleasure.
As one who plied the same trade I found myself admiring every ball he bowled and reflecting that the best of fast bowlers all average - as Ray Lindwall, Richard Hadlee and Curtly Ambrose did - around 21 to 24 runs a wicket.