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the craniometric point that is the most prominent point at the back of the head (at the occipital protuberance)

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Noela Inions is Legal Counsel, Health Information Lead, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta, Edmonton.
I AM trying to trace family connections with the name Inions .
Winner of the Bronze B section was Jean Singleton who scored 42 points, two ahead of runner up Angela Guest and six better than Mary Inions.
Mixing the two takes the best elements from both worlds - making modern feel cosier and giving traditional a contemporary edge - as Ancient & Modern by Cynthia Inions (Jacqui Small, pounds 20) illustrates beautifully.
Those present at Inions farmhouse, nestling above the vale of St Albans on the Hertfordshire-Bedfordshire border, included Robert Green, agent for the local manorial lords, the dean and chapter of St Paul's cathedral, and eight leading Caddington copyholders.
Harris sees corporate leaders' common social, economic, and educational backgrounds as prompting a high degree of unity in thinking about inions.