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That time Richard Armitage acted a murder that repulsed us all

Thank heavens the fake blood on U.S. television is usually of higher quality.

Lucas North / John Bateman (Richard Armitage) allows Danielle (Fiona Glascott) to bleed out — after he’d already packed her in the trunk of his car — in Spooks 9.6. Source: RichardArmitageNet.com

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Speaking of John Bateman, Look What Google Alert Just Sent Me.

And I needed it. Something from YouTubeRepeat.Org

If we knew then what we know now.

Bate(man) and Switch? WB Too Finicky? Fuller More Accurate?

It’s happened again! Over the past year or more, we’ve all been acquainting ourselves with Gary Morris, high school principal  or math teacher or English teacher) now Assistant Principal, single father of two sons, buff, handsome,  fast-growing hair, bad dresser, American.   304 more words

Rare disease talks at MBE 2014 in Rotterdam this week

Looking forward to some rare disease talks at 1st MBE (Matrix Biology Europe) conference (XXIVth FECTS meeting) 21 – 24 June 2014

http://www.mbe2014.eu/home

New insights in collagen processing as revealed by autosomal recessive forms of osteogenesis imperfecta… 154 more words

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John Bateman

John Bateman was born in Bilston in 1884, the son of John and Susannah Bilston. He became a steel worker, and was living at 49 Wolverhampton Street in Bilston with his parents, five brothers, two sisters and a lodger in the 1901 census. 137 more words

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Destination Cologne!

This week Pete and myself are off to Cologne for this very special meeting.

There is an excellent program ECM SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM 21_01_14 including a few talks on rare diseases such as aggrecan and chondrodysplasia (Anders Aspberg), COL10A1 and the UPR (John Bateman), laminin and muscular dystrophy (Madeleine Durbeej-Hjält).

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Missed Opportunities?

I’m not sure why it is, but I still get a tingle down my spine when I hear about this new movie the Spooks franchise is filming in New Zealand. 335 more words

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