Mawson


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Mawson

(ˈmɔːsən)
n
(Biography) Sir Douglas. 1882–1958, Australian Antarctic explorer, born in England
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At last I saw a vacancy at Mawson & Williams's, the great stock-broking firm in Lombard Street.
Mawson only gives me two hundred, but Mawson is safe.
For some time back Mawson & Williams, the famous financial house, have been the guardians of securities which amount in the aggregate to a sum of considerably over a million sterling.
Here are a few reasons why Mawson should be included.
England boss Gareth Southgate was at City's FA Cup tie with Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday to run the rule over Mawson, only for the 24-year-old to be injured in the warm-up.
Without Mawson, the Swans played out a 0-0 draw and will face another FA Cup replay, having already required second chances to get past Wolves and Notts County in rounds three and four.
Mawson has been heavily linked with Watford and West Ham in the January transfer window, while Celtic and Everton are also reportedly interested in the 23-year-old Londoner.
But Mawson, 23, insists he wants to stick with the suffering Swans during this window and make sure they stay in the Premier League.
And that's why he believes Mawson and French star Doucoure are priority signings before the window shuts.
Mawson, valued around [pounds sterling]25m by Swansea, is being chased by several Premier League clubs including West Ham -- but Everton are now firmly in the hunt to sign him.
The Mawson pilot study was published by the peer-reviewed Journal of Translational Science in April 2017, along with a second study involving a subset from the pilot study.
Mawson said: "It was a bit heated at half-time but Aidy stayed calm.