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To add variety and spice, Nott also includes personalities whom he came across during his education, farming in Cornwall and pursuing his interest in fishing.
We're hardly short of books by doctors describing difficult work carried out in straitened circumstances -- think Rachel Clarke's Your Life in My Hands or Adam Kay's This Is Going to Hurt -- but Nott's is something else entirely.
Philip Nott "I've got tributes from various people within football, the media and his family," Rev Nott adds.
Lieutenant General Poonsap said: "The two suspects returned to the scene to show how they buried Alan and Nott.
Nott said that while the Syrian regime still has a number of surgeons, it has little by way of elective or tertiary care, with reduced access to, for example, treatment for cancer, heart disease or diabetes.
Mr Nott said the initial offer to enter into a 150-year lease with rights to build a new stadium on the Arms Park site - including commercial developments - was in effect just centred on securing a three-year option and would give the Blues time to develop a more in-depth business plan.
Mr Nott confirmed CAC would still like to strike a deal with the Blues.
And, standing at 6ft 5ins and 17-and-a-half stone, Nott is trying to find the balance between power and optimum fitness.
Mr Nott is the founder of two law firms and is senior partner with Cardiff-based Capital Law which was voted Welsh Law Firm of the Year in 2015/16.
The woman at the centre of the case, who was 30 at the time, took to the witness stand yesterday and was questioned by Miss Nott, who represents Vila, 28, from Victory Road, Foleshill.