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Buckland

(ˈbʌklənd)
n
(Biography) William. 1784–1856, English geologist; he became a proponent of the idea of catastrophic ice ages
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But, as Buckland long ago remarked, all fossils can be classed either in still existing groups, or between them.
Buckland to Beechey's Voyage; also the writings of Chamisso in Kotzebue's Voyage.
Everton stats-king Gavin Buckland has released Never Mind The Toffees 2: Another Ultimate Everton Quiz Book.
Questioned by Matthew Buckland, defending, he told a jury at Newport Crown Court he was not present at the time the images were loaded onto the laptop.
STUART BUCKLAND is to become the latest addition to the Monmore training ranks in advance of an anticipated additional weekly meeting to be staged by the Wolverhampton track from January, writes Jonathan Kay.
Llewelyn Buckland, 42, had been imprisoned for similar offences in 2008 and issued with a sexual offences prevention order.
Tenders are invited for City of Buckland Carbon Steel Pressure Filters, Water Treatment Process.
NICK BUCKLAND is Team GB's heart patient who will go for gold with a cardiac device protruding from under his skin at Sochi.
GAVIN Buckland has brought a belt back to Coventry.
The leader of the Gypsy Council and a Welsh MEP both criticised judges in Europe's highest court for handing the payout to Maria Buckland.
And after word had spread, 26 of us descended on Buckland House in North Devon, booking 13 of the 15 rooms inside this grand Georgian manor.