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 (wŏd′ĭng-tən), Mount
A peak, 4,019 m (13,186 ft) high, in southwest British Columbia, Canada. It is the highest elevation in the Coast Mountains.

Waddington

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(Biography) C(onrad) H(all). 1905–75, British embryologist and geneticist: author of Principles of Embryology (1956) and The Ethical Animal (1960)
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That plotter Waddington, or some of his tools, dropped a bomb where it might have done us some injury, but Professor Bumper, who was a fellow passenger, on his way to South America to look for the lost city of Pelone, calmly picked up the bomb, plucked out the fuse, and saved us from bad injuries, if not death.
MacDonald, Tom Thomson, and Frederick Varley, the Waddingtons began a thirty-six-year journey (tracking down clues, deciphering bits of information, tracing ancient portage routes, and exploring hidden inlets) all with the purpose of finding the very spots that gave birth to the work of the Group of Seven.
In 2005, when the Waddingtons opened their private law practice, they quickly realized that they could not build the level of promotion they were after by using traditional marketing methods: phone book and newspaper advertising, radio and billboards, all turned out to be expensive and inconsistent.
By 2007, all of their marketing efforts were Internet-based, and the Waddingtons learned quickly how to get their law firm's website to the top of Google's search engine.
The Waddingtons Story is one of the larger runs of a single book undertaken by the Huddersfield firm and has already gone into a reprint with a total of 615 books ordered so far - printed in both hardback and nanerback formats.
The Waddingtons Story is published by Northern Heritage Books, an imprint of Jeremy Mills Publishing Ltd, Huddersfield.
The philological accuracy of the translators is also evident in the fact that they have chosen as the base-text the 1525 edition, a choice that is meticulously justified in Waddingtons introduction ("La cortigiana in Aretino's Theatrical Achievement" 19-10] and "the Two Cortigiana Texts" The 1525 edition, in fact, suits better one of the purposes of the Carleton Renaissance Plays in Translation series: that is, to keep the performer in mind as well as the reader.
Waddingtons is part of the print group Communisis, where Mr Jones has seen his salary soar thanks to a payout from a bonus pool.
And tomorrow, top crime-solvers such as Cracker star Robbie Coltrane, David Jason and John Thaw will battle it out in a special anniversary game organised by makers Waddingtons.
Send your answers on a postcard to Mega Mirror, Waddingtons Comp.
Leeds-based Waddingtons Cartons holds the patent for this technology and it is their packaging - tailored for each application - which can be seen on products like McCains Microchips, Findus Microwaveable French Bread Pizza, Tiffany Sharwood's UpperCrust microwaveable pies and Chicago Town Pizza, introduced from America by Schwan's Europe.
A 10oz pie, introduced by the company last October, also had receptors, developed by Leeds-based Waddingtons Cartons Ltd, built into its carton lid but the puff pastry top had to be removed, the diaphragm lid stripped from the filling and the pastry top replaced before eating.