blandford originated at a fording point over the river stour. blandford forum / ˈ b l æ n f ər d / blan-fərd , commonly blandford, is a market town in dorset, england, sited by the river stour about 13 mi 21 km northwest of poole.it was the administrative headquarters of north dorset district until april 2019, when this was abolished and its area incorporated into the new dorset unitary .
osteopathy is a type of alternative medicine that emphasizes physical manipulation of muscle tissue and bones. practitioners of osteopathy are referred to as osteopaths. its name derives from ancient greek 'bone' ὀστέον and 'sensitive to' or 'responding to' -πάθεια .. osteopathic manipulation is the core set of techniques in osteopathy. .
list of hospitals in massachusetts , sorted by location.unless otherwise noted, these hospitals are full-service, complete with emergency department
william gilbert 'w. g.' grace mrcs lrcp 18 july 1848 – 23 october 1915 was an english amateur cricketer who was important in the development of the sport and is widely considered one of its greatest-ever players. generally known as 'w. g.', he played first-class cricket for a record-equalling 44 seasons, from 1865 to 1908, during which he captained england, gloucestershire, the gentlemen .
st briavels pronounced brevels, once known as 'ledenia parva' little lydney , is a medium-sized village and civil parish in the royal forest of dean in west gloucestershire, england; close to the england-wales border, and 5 miles 8 km south of coleford.it stands almost 800 feet 240 m above sea level on the edge of a limestone plateau above the valley of the river wye, above an ancient .
the royal prince alfred hospital abbreviated rpah or rpa, and sometimes shortened to pa hospital is a major public teaching hospital in sydney, australia, located on missenden road in camperdown.it is a teaching hospital of the central clinical school of the sydney medical school at the university of sydney and is situated in proximity to the blackburn building of the university's main campus.
the prince henry hospital site, formerly known as the prince henry hospital, sydney, is a heritage-listed former teaching hospital and infectious diseases hospital and now unsw teaching hospital and spinal rehabilitation unit located at 1430 anzac parade, little bay, city of randwick, new south wales, australia.
newton-wellesley hospital nwh is a community teaching medical center located in newton, massachusetts on washington street. it is affiliated with tufts university school of medicine and harvard medical school.founded in 1881, part of its campus is listed on the national register of historic places as the newton cottage hospital historic district.. it is a member of partners healthcare, a .
john barrymore born john sidney blyth; february 14 or 15, 1882 – may 29, 1942 was an american actor on stage, screen and radio. a member of the drew and barrymore theatrical families, he initially tried to avoid the stage, and briefly attempted a career as an artist, but appeared on stage together with his father maurice in 1900, and then his sister ethel the following year.
lytham st annes / ˈ l ɪ ð əm s ən t ˈ æ n z / is a seaside resort on the fylde coast of lancashire, england, south of blackpool on the ribble estuary.the population at the 2011 census was 42,954.. lytham st annes has four golf courses and links, the most notable being the royal lytham & st annes golf club, which has hosted the open championship 11 times from 1926 until its most recent .
aldershot / ˈ ɔː l d ər ʃ ɒ t / is a town in the rushmoor district of hampshire, england.it lies on heathland in the extreme northeast corner of the county, about 31.8 mi 51.2 km southwest of london.the area is administered by rushmoor borough council. the town has a population of 36,321, while the aldershot urban area, a loose conurbation which also includes other towns such as .
the branch line from water lane to enfield town station was opened in 1849. silver street white house. the white house in silver street – now a doctors' surgery – was the home of joseph whitaker, publisher and founder of whitaker's almanack, who lived there from 1820 until his death in 1895. inscription on blue plaque on the white house .
rudyard kipling was born on 30 december 1865 in bombay, in the bombay presidency of british india, to alice kipling née macdonald and john lockwood kipling. alice one of the four noted macdonald sisters was a vivacious woman, of whom lord dufferin …
hailsham pavilion is a grade ii listed cinema and concert hall built in 1921. after remaining empty, it was refurbished in 1993 and reopened in 2000. hailsham pavilion was originally opened as a cinema on 28 november 1921 by local justice a. k. burtenshaw jp, with the kid starring and directed by charlie chaplin as the first picture.
lowther pavilion lytham. in 2008 local residents became aware that fylde borough council was struggling financially, and in particular was becoming unable to subsidise local amenities. the closure of st. annes swimming pool demonstrated how serious the situation was. it was felt that a group needed to take immediate action if they wished to .
albert was born at schloss rosenau, near coburg, germany, the second son of ernest iii, duke of saxe-coburg-saalfeld, and his first wife, louise of saxe-gotha-altenburg. albert's future wife, victoria, was born earlier in the same year with the assistance of the same midwife, charlotte von siebold. albert was baptised into the lutheran evangelical church on 19 september 1819 in the marble hall .