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1 Gorrie, BE&K, Hoar Construction, and B.L. Harbert International, which all routinely are included in the Engineering News-Record lists of top design, international construction, and engineering firms.
2 In 1842, a similar attempt was made by American physician, John Gorrie, who built a working prototype, but it was a commercial failure.
3 Like many of the medical experts during this time, Gorrie thought too much exposure to tropical heat led to mental and physical degeneration, as well as the spread of diseases such as malaria.
4 In 1842 John Gorrie created a system capable of refrigerating water to produce ice.
5 France's Ferdinand Carre was one of the inspired and he created an ice producing system that was simpler and smaller than that of Gorrie.
6 Gorrie, Walter Schoel Engineering Co. and B.L. Harbert International, which routinely are included in the Engineering News-Record lists of top design and international construction firms.
7 Gorrie, LLC ($3.31 billion, 1,210 employees), Coca-Cola Bottling Company United ($2.81 billion, 860 employees), EBSCO Industries ($2.8 billion, 1,556 employees), and McWane Inc.
8 AWB was formed in early 1972 in London by Alan Gorrie, and Malcolm "Molly" Duncan, with Owen "Onnie" McIntyre, Michael Rosen (trumpet), Roger Ball, and Robbie McIntosh joining them in the original line-up. Hamish Stuart quickly replaced Rosen.
9 Gorrie and McIntyre had been members of Forever More.
10 Gorrie also overdosed, but Cher kept him conscious until medical help arrived.
11 In 1985 Gorrie released a solo album, Sleepless Nights.
12 The classic lineup of Gorrie, McIntyre, Ball, Stuart, Duncan and Ferrone reunited for one last time at the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary in 1988.
13 Gorrie, McIntyre, and Ball then continued in 1989 to record Aftershock.
14 Alex Ligertwood (ex-Santana, Jeff Beck Group and another veteran of Brian Auger's Oblivion Express) also appeared on this album, replacing lead singer Hamish Stuart, along with Eliot Lewis who co-wrote with Gorrie and joined the band.
15 Their line-up as of 2002 became Alan Gorrie (bass guitar, guitar, lead and backing vocals), Klyde Jones (keyboards, bass guitar, guitar, lead and backing vocals), Onnie McIntyre (guitar, vocals), Freddy V (sax, keyboards, vocals), and Brian Dunne (drums).
16 As of 2019, Alan Gorrie and Onnie McIntyre are the only two original members left in the Average White Band.
17 Cast Director John Gorrie interpreted Twelfth Night as an English country house comedy, and incorporated influences ranging from Luigi Pirandello's play Il Gioco delle Parti to ITV's Upstairs, Downstairs.
18 Gorrie also set the play during the English Civil War in the hopes the use of cavaliers and roundheads would help focus the dramatisation of the conflict between festivity and Puritanism.
19 Gorrie wanted the episode to be as realistic as possible, and in designing Olivia's house, made sure that the geography of the building was practical.
20 Gorrie and BLOC Global Services Group (Construction Management).
21 Donald Cameron Easterbrook Gorrie (2 April 1933 – 25 August 2012) was a Scottish Liberal Democrat politician, and former Member of the Scottish Parliament for Central Scotland Region.
22 A former athlete, Donald Gorrie held the record for the 880 yards in his youth.
23 His son Robert Gorrie was a Liberal Democrat councillor in Haringey, London, 2006–2014 and was Leader of the Opposition 2008–2011.
24 Gorrie disliked his characterisation as a rebel, pointing to the fact that (unlike the pro-coalition MSPs) he was merely sticking to the Liberal Democrats' manifesto commitments.
25 Disliked by some (mainly those in what he would term 'the establishment') for the uncompromising stances he has taken, Donald Gorrie is nevertheless widely respected for his consistency of principle and his long record of service to liberal politics and public life in general.
26 Alan Edward Gorrie (born 19 July 1946) is a Scottish bassist, guitarist, keyboardist and singer.
27 He is a founding member of the Average White Band and remains one of two original members in the group's current line-up. Having previously played in Forever More, Gorrie and Owen "Onnie" McIntyre formed the Average White Band in London in 1971.
28 As part of Forever More, Gorrie appeared in Lindsay Shonteff's 1970 exploitation film Permissive, and also composed the scores for Shonteff's films The Yes Girls (1971) and The Fast Kill (1972).