, as every one knows, investigated visual imagery, and found that education tends to kill it: the Fellows of the Royal Society turned out to have much less of it than their wives.
This apparition is always seen at the site of the sadly-demolished Warley Abbey, which was built in the 1790s by gunmaker Hubert Galton
, a member of the Barclays banking family.
Two serious incidents hitting services through Galton
Junction in Smethwick also appeared in the national top ten.
Severe weather the following day near Galton
Junction, on the West Coast Main Line's Rugby-Birmingham-Stafford Line, caused 160 cancelled trains and 7,997 delay minutes.
He parted company from writers Ray Galton
and Alan Simpson in 1962, having dropped long-time co-star Sid James the year before because he didn't want to be seen as a double act.
The Victorian polymath and trailblazer in the study of psychology (long before Freud) and heredity Sir Francis Galton
(1822-1911) included a study of the achievements of the Clasper family in his groundbreaking book Hereditary Genius, published in 1869.
, Mappin & Webb's creative director, is not sure whose credit card took the hit but she is delighted that the fashion plate princess has picked out one of her pieces to set off her enviable wardrobe.
Byline: BEST TV By Jen Rodger & Susanna Galton
| stayed in Dubai as a guest of Atlantis, The Palm.
In the late nineteenth century, human breeding was being promoted by Francis Galton
(1822-1911), a statistician who has been called "the father of the eugenics movement".
, who was director general of people, places and corporate services until a management shake-up, is now doing a variety of roles that in themselves would not attract such a salary.
The incident happened near Smethwick Galton
Bridge Station at 10am yesterday and involved a Virgin Train running from London Euston to Wolverhampton.