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Charles operation

Norman Naval Operations in the Mediterranean, by Charles D. Stanton

Cammaerts, Francis Charles Albert (1916-2006), special operations officer and teacher

SQUIRES, (Charles) Ian (born 1951), Controller, ITV News Operations and Current Affairs, 2011–15

HICKLING, Charles Frederick (1902 - 1977), Fisheries Adviser, Department of Technical Co-operation, 1961, retired 1962

Bryn W. Hughes, Charles T. Hunt and Boris Kondoch (2010).Making Sense of Peace and Capacity-Building Operations

PARKER, Charles Herbert (born 1953), Chief Executive, Baker Dearing Educational Trust, since 2012 (Director of Operations, 2010–12)

LONSDALE, Charles John (born 1965), HM Diplomatic Service; Deputy Head of Mission, UK Delegation, Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe, since 2012

HURRELL, Frederick Charles (1928 - 2008), Director General, Royal Air Force Medical Services and Deputy Surgeon General (Operations), 1986–87; retired 1988

BRANSON, (Cecil Robert) Peter (Charles) (1924 - 2011), Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Operations), Ministry of Defence, 1975–77

REED, Reginald Charles (1909 - 1982), Managing Director, Patrick Operations Pty Ltd; Chairman: Glebe Island Terminals Pty Ltd; Opal Maritime Agencies Pty, Ltd; Director: J. Meloy Ltd; Universal Shipbrokers Pty Ltd; Howard Smith Ltd; Scottish Ship Management Ltd

MURRAY, (George) Gilbert (Aimé) (1866 - 1957), Regius Professor of Greek, Oxford University, 1908–36; Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry, Harvard University, 1926; Trustee of British Museum, 1914–48; President: Society of Australian Writers, 1952; International Cttee of Intellectual Co-operation, 1928–40; Chairman League of Nations Union, 1923–38, Co-President since 1038


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Radical excision of lymphoedematous tissue. Remove skin, subcutaneous tissue and deep fascia. Graft muscle. High morbidity, grafts are injured easily and scar extensively. FTSGs give a more durable result but still have significant complications.


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