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Sherrington

Sir Charles Scott. 1857--1952, English physiologist, noted for his work on reflex action, published in The Integrative Action of the Nervous System (1906): shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine with Adrian (1932)
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Sherrington is making a late bid for a place with Team GB at this summer's Rio Olympics.
Royal Navy athletics secretary and awards organiser, Lieutenant Commander Ginge Gough, said: "Credit must go to Marine Chris Sherrington who has demonstrated himself to be an exceptional athlete.
Sorrento Therapeutics, a United States-based development-stage biopharmaceutical company, has acquired Sherrington Pharmaceuticals, a company that provides chronic pain treatment for end-stage cancer patients and other severe pain indications, it was reported on Friday.
M2 PHARMA-October 14, 2013-Sorrento Therapeutics acquires Sherrington Pharmaceuticals(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
He was also ordered to pay PS100 in compensation to ticket collector Jack Sherrington, who he assaulted, court costs of PS85 and a victim surcharge of PS60.
Security guard Jack Sherrington noticed that Gascoigne was staggering towards the railway tracks.
He appeared at the court accused of assaulting his ex-wife Sheryl and railway guard Jack Sherrington. The charge against his former wife was withdrawn.
THIS poem was sent in by Dean Sherrington of Sutton Coldfield LIFE THESE DAYS!
Smith and Scott Friswell struck before Ryan Slinn forced an own-goal in a sparkling opening 45 minutes for the visitors but Wanderers responded with strikes from Greg Sherrington and Craig Watkin.
Invited by new head of art, Mark Sherrington (himself a former Rydal School pupil), Philip talked to the budding artists about his work, showing slides of conceptual pieces before answering students questions.