took part in a national march, called the pilgrimage, from Carlisle to London in July 1913 - joining the procession at Great King Street, Hockley, as they travelled through the city with banners.
He said that Catherine Osler, a member of the wealthy family of glass manufacturers, was a leading voice in the BWSS
who broadened the campaign to workers.
Abbreviations ALS: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ALSFRS-R: Revised ALS Functional Rating Scale AT: Anaerobic Threshold BWSS
: Body Weight Supporting System CPET: Cardiopulmonary exercise testing FVC: Forced vital capacity NIV: Noninvasive ventilation NPO: Nocturnal pulsed oximetry NS: Nonsignificant RFT: Respiratory Function Tests ROM: Range of motion RCP: Respiratory Compensation Point [VO.sub.2]: Oxygen uptake [VO.sub.2pk]: Oxygen uptake at peak effort VT1: First ventilatory threshold VT2: Second ventilatory threshold.
(Battered Women's Support Services) 2015, 'The violence stops here--continued commitment to supporting immigrant and refugee women', July 16, viewed 28 September, 2015, http://www.bwss.org/
was taken over by PTA and MWCI's joint venture company, the BIWC, through a concession agreement following the signing of the JVA.