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Withering Looks takes an "authentic" look at the lives and works of the Bronte sisters - well, two of them actually, Anne's just popped out for a cup of sugar.
For the production, which is named Withering Looks in tribute to Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, takes a spoof look at the tales.
This can cause simple foliage withering or more serious damage where more extensive dieback occurs.
The 'lunatics' made numerous contributions to society, with Withering making his mark in drug development.
Heart medication One of the best medicines for the treatment of heart diseases was discovered in Birmingham by Dr William Withering in 1775.
There is one module for each unit operation in a full-scale factory, and some units can share operations -- such as withering and fermenting.
William Withering had a fair idea of what his posthumous reputation would rest upon.