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ARMYTAGE, David George (1929 - 2015), Royal Navy, retired; Secretary General, British Diabetic Association, 1981–91

in Who Was Who

P ublished online November 2015 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare. 185 words.

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BENNETT, Alan Reginald Courtenay (<i>born</i> 1954), Chief Executive, Royal College of Surgeons of England, 2009–13

in Who's Who

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health. 185 words.

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cod

Overview page. Subjects: Maritime History — Medicine and Health.

(Gadus morhua) is a commercial fish species. The huge catches that could made off the Grand Banks and other parts of the eastern seaboard of North America enticed large European fishing...

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CURR, Ralph Donaldson (<i>born</i> 1943), Medical Director General (Naval), Ministry of Defence, 2002–03

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Physiology. 238 words.

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FARQUHARSON-ROBERTS, Michael Atholl (<i>born</i> 1947), Medical Director General (Navy), 2003–07; Associate Research Fellow, National Museum of the Royal Navy, since 2014

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Physiology. 231 words.

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krill

Overview page. Subjects: Medicine and Health — Maritime History.

A Norwegian word applied to the stomach contents of the baleen whales killed in the Southern Ocean. The contents weighing several tonnes were almost entirely a single species of plankton, a...

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MASTERTON-SMITH, Anthony Philip (<i>born</i> 1944), Chairman, Penwood Management Ltd, 2005–13; Chief Executive, Royal College of Physicians, 1998–2005

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Nursing. 132 words.

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MURRISON, Andrew William (<i>born</i> 1961), MP (C) South West Wiltshire, since 2010 (Westbury, 2001–10)

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare; Social and Cultural History; Education; Organization and Management of Education; Political History; Politics; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Surgery. 147 words.

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propulsion

Overview page. Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine — Maritime History.

The force that causes motion. In swimming the front crawl, for example, the propulsive force is provided by the combined actions of the feet and hands pushing water backwards so that the...

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RAFFAELLI, Philip Iain (<i>born</i> 1955), Surgeon General, Ministry of Defence, 2009–12

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Military History; Maritime History; Naval Forces and Warfare; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Surgery. 258 words.

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