Porterfield


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Porterfield

[′pȯrd·ər‚fēld]
(geology)
A North American geologic stage of the Middle Ordovician, forming the lower division of the Mohawkian, and lying above Ashby and below Wilderness.
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Ian Porterfield, left, who died last night aged 61, famously fired second division Sunderland to victory over first division Leeds at Wembley in 1973.
Ian Porterfield, who fired Second Division Sunderland to victory over the mighty Leeds at Wembley Stadium in 1973, died at a hospice in Surrey last night.
SCOTTISH football nomad Ian Porterfield insists he is ready to come home - despite finding his ideal job.
Callum and Heather Porterfield, aged eight and four, were reunited with their mother Elizabeth Beck 24 hours after they disappeared while playing in a street in Southsea, Hants, on Friday morning.
As leaders in health system reform, our combined network is designed to achieve several important goals," said Porterfield.
Niall O'Brien top-scored for Ireland with 75, while skipper Porterfield made 67 as he shared an opening stand of 89 with Paul Stirling.
IRELAND skipper William Porterfield is not about to hit the panic button yet in his team's quarter-final quest at the World Cup, despite their 201-run defeat to South Africa.
But, in front of a near 13,000 crowd, Chopra and William Porterfield set a blazing pace with an opening stand of 73 in 6.
WILLIAM Porterfield provided the batting impetus that Warwickshire needed as they recorded their first Twenty20 win of the season, a comfortable 25-run victory over Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Skipper William Porterfield, who missed a century in Ireland's first innings by 18 runs, cracked an elegant unbeaten 101 in the second innings total of 188 for three before the match ended in a draw.
IRELAND captain William Porterfield refused to be discouraged after his side's eight-wicket defeat to defending champions India in the World Twenty20 last night.