(Nasdaq: APVO), a biotechnology company focused on developing novel oncology and hematology therapeutics, announced today the receipt of a $4.3 million milestone payment from Saol
International Limited (Saol
'Is e an saol
an Maistir: Filiocht Learai Phadraic Learai Ui
The Fixby professional is entered for the sell-out next event in the series at SAOL
on November 26.
Useful individual studies include Mairtin Mac Nioclais, Sein O Ruadhain: Saol
agus Saothar (Dublin, 1991); Maire Ni Chinneide, Maire de Buitleir: Bean Athbheochana (Dublin, 1993); Colm O Cearuil, Aspail ar Son na Gaeilge: Timiri Chonradh na Gaeilge, 1899-1923 (Dublin, 1995); Diarmaid O Doibhlin, ed., Duanaire Gaedhilge: Rois Ni Ogain (Dublin, 1995); Padraig O Machain, ed., Riobard Bheldon, Amhrain agus Danta (Dublin, 1995); Donncha O Suilleabhain, Na Timiri i re tosaigh an Chonartha, 1893-1927 (Dublin, 1990).
Fallaing Aonghusa: Saol
Amharclainne An Clochomhar, 2000, no price listed.
A different scenario emerged in the afternoon as SAOL
hit back to rescue some pride by sharing the fourballs 3-3 for an overall 9-3 result.
Retired Abbey Theatre artistic director Tomas Mac Anna's autobiography, Fallaing Aonghusa: Saol
Amharclainne, reveals that for a brief period a national drama in both English and Irish existed, with Irish-language scripts directed by the country's finest talent.
Matthew Colcombe performed well and the 18-year-old partnered Frank Greaves to a good win over SAOL
captain Pat O'Connor and Colin Brook, then the partnerships of Neil Wilson and Iain Powell and Ben Crowther and Clive McFadzean recorded similar 3&2 wins.
names first): Foursomes: P Greenall & P Beverley bt G McLean (Meltham) & J Fairhurst (Bradley Hall) 1 hole; PNelson &DLaver btRHolt (Woodsome Hall) &CIngham(West End) 2&1; C Brooke & M Walton halved with M Colcombe (Longley Park) & F Greaves (West End); P O'Connor & R Connelly lost to NWilson (Crosland Heath) & I Powell (Hebden Bridge) 3&2, S Laver & D Burns lost to A Whitworth (Bradley Hall) & Paul Taylor (Bradley Hall) 3&2; T Parsons & F Gerraghty bt C Crawshaw (Halifax) & M England (Huddersfield) 2&1.
April 1-Probables v Possibles Outlane; 8-Juniors v Harrogate, Woodsome Hall; 15-Juniors v East Riding, Dewsbury; 29-Union v St Annes Old Links, SAOL
Selector Roger Cliffe, a past Union president from Dewsbury, aims to maintain the success achieved since taking over the role, saying: "We had a strong side out last season when we halved the match at SAOL
and we have even strengthened the side this time.
Level at 6-6 after the first meeting on the Fylde Coast in April, the Union men raced to a 5-1 win in the foursomes and followed with a similar margin in the fourballs for an emphatic 16-8 overall victory, even though SAOL
included Lancashire county squad player Chris Gerraghty.