NOTT


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AcronymDefinition
NOTTNocturnal Oxygen Therapy Trial (pulmonary disease trial)
NOTTNew Organization Training Team
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Alan Nott , from Penywaun, belives his three-year-old cat Perche Pearl Camina alerted him to a gas Andrew James
Mr Nott said once he had read the signals he smelled the gas himself and called for help at once.
A vascular surgeon at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital who had volunteered in Syria before, Nott said he saw little to no evidence of foreign aid reaching the places that badly needed it.
Nott mentioned the letter in his memoir, Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, and how the PM did not reply.
Nott categorically denied that Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP had ever announced their intentions of seeking the amount of damages detailed by some media sources.
It was Nott who successfully represented double-amputee Oscar Pistorius on a pro bono basis against an IAAF decision to ban him from competing in able-bodied track events, and in particular attempting to qualify for the Olympics in Beijing last year.
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Mr Nott, 52, from London, had never performed the operation before, but he followed instructions from a colleague who had.
Nott and Payne, veterans of the Royal Australian Navy and the Vietnam War, describe the efforts of the HMAS Sydney during the war (whose contributions have previously been ignored), along with its support ships, which ferried personnel, weapons, supplies, and equipment from Australia to South Vietnam.
The Nott Prize, established in the early 1980s, is given to the authors of the best articles (less those considered for the Miller Prize) in the Review in the previous publishing year.