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Sir William 1852–1916
British chemist who discovered the noble gases argon (with Lord Rayleigh),
helium, neon, xenon, and krypton. For this work he was awarded the 1904 Nobel Prize for chemistry. In 1908 his research showed that radon was also a noble gas.
The nonchalant attitude by the police to the bus burning has got a few people in Ramsay Street talking.
In later seasons of Hell's Kitchen, winners were given the choice between accepting $250,000 in prize money without accepting a job or working for a year as a chef in a restaurant Ramsay places them and earn that $250,000 as a salary.
I think that his books (savage black stallion who loves only Alec Ramsay) hit the same cord as urban fantasy/paranormal romance have with the vampires/werewolves (big scary monster who would eat other people alive, but loves me).
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In each episode of Kitchen Nightmares, Ramsay starts things off with a brief introduction to the restaurant and its owners, giving details about how long the business has been running and how much its sales have dropped off.