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Norman M. Coats of Kirkwood, MO ; a 1944 Borden High School Graduate, World War II Veteran, Businessman and Author ; wrote a compelling book called " Growing Up on Daisy Hill ", which chronicles his early years being born and raised in the nearby hills and hollows of Borden during The Great Depression.
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The Britannica has an Editorial Board of Advisors, which includes 12 distinguished scholars: author Nicholas Carr, religion scholar Wendy Doniger, political economist Benjamin M. Friedman, Council on Foreign Relations President Emeritus Leslie H. Gelb, computer scientist David Gelernter, Physics Nobel laureate Murray Gell-Mann, Carnegie Corporation of New York President Vartan Gregorian, philosopher Thomas Nagel, cognitive scientist Donald Norman, musicologist Don Michael Randel, Stewart Sutherland, Baron Sutherland of Houndwood, President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and cultural anthropologist Michael Wesch.
* Darugar, Maliha A ; Harris, Rebecca M ; and Frader, Joel E. " Consent and cultural conflicts: ethical issues in pediatric anesthesiologists ' participation in female genital cutting ", in Van Norman, Gail A ; Jackson, Stephen ; and Rosenbaum, Stanley H. Clinical Ethics in Anesthesiology: A Case-Based Textbook.
The authors include S. T. Joshi, Kenneth W. Faig, Jr, Jason C. Eckhardt, Will Murray, Donald R. Burleson, Peter Cannon, Stefan Dziemianowicz, Steven J. Mariconda, David E. Schultz, Robert H. Waugh, Robert M. Price, R. Boerem, Norman R. Gatford and Barton Levi St. Armand.
Among the outstanding cartoonists of the following century were Bernard Partridge, H. M. Bateman, Bernard Hollowood who also edited the magazine from 1957 to 1968, and Norman Thelwell.
In 1939, Australian scientist Howard Florey ( later Baron Florey ) and a team of researchers ( Ernst Boris Chain, Arthur Duncan Gardner, Norman Heatley, M. Jennings, J. Orr-Ewing and G. Sanders ) at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford made significant progress in showing the in vivo bactericidal action of penicillin.
In a note, Kirby states, " A very abbreviated list of twentieth-century writers on the NT who do not believe that the empty tomb is historically reliable: Marcus Borg, Günther Bornkamm, Gerald Boldock Bostock, Rudolf Bultmann, Peter Carnley, John Dominic Crossan, Stevan Davies, Maurice Goguel, Michael Goulder, Hans Grass, Charles Guignebert, Uta Ranke-Heinemann, Randel Helms, Herman Hendrikx, Roy Hoover, Helmut Koester, Hans Küng, Alfred Loisy, Burton L. Mack, Willi Marxsen, Gerd Lüdemann, Norman Perrin, Robert M. Price, Marianne Sawicki, John Shelby Spong, Howard M. Teeple, and John T.
A. Norman, F. J. Vonk, H. Scheib, S. F. R. Ramjan, S. Kuruppu, K. Fung, S. B. Hedges, M. K. Richardson, W. C. Hodgson, V. Ignjatovic, R. Summerhayes, and E. Kochva.
In August 1859 Lincoln at the behest of M & M attorney Norman Judd traveled to Council Bluffs to inspect M & M facilities that were to be used to secure a $ 3, 000 loan Lincoln was to hold.
In the view of M. K. Lawson, he had at least two of the requisites of a successful medieval king, he was " both ruthless and feared "; had he not died young, the Norman Conquest might not have happened.
* Goda, Norman Tomorrow the World: Hitler, Northwest Africa, and the Path Toward America, Texas A & M University, 1998, ISBN 0890968071.
SAD was first systematically reported and named in the early 1980s by Norman E. Rosenthal, M. D., and his associates at the National Institute of Mental Health ( NIMH ).
Richard M. Joel is Yeshiva University's president, while Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm serves as chancellor.
The film was produced by the United States Information Agency under the direction of Robert M. Fresco and Denis Sanders and features the graphic design of Norman Gollin.
* Wilson, David M .; Anglo-Saxon Art: From The Seventh Century To The Norman Conquest, Thames and Hudson ( US edn.
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( Norman Mailer ), but no one can deny that the screen crackles with electricity whenever he is on it.
Other speakers for the fund-raising dinner include Reps. Edith Green and Al Ullman, Labor Commissioner Norman Nilsen and Mayor Terry Schrunk, all Democrats.
-- Gaining her second straight victory, Norman B., Small, Jr.'s Garden Fresh, a 3-year-old filly, downed promising colts in the $4,500 St. Patrick's Day Purse, featured seventh race here today, and paid $7.20 straight.
Mrs. William Odell, Mrs. Clinton B. King, John Holabird Jr., Norman Boothby, and Actress Maureen O'Sullivan will judge the costumes in the grand march at the Affaire Old Towne Bal Masque tomorrow in the Germania club.
That made up for the `` best '' motel in Norman, Okla., where the proprietor knocked $2 off the $8.50 tab when we found ants in the pressed-paper furniture.
The victim, Norman B. Wiley, 38, of the 900 block North Charles Street, was treated for cuts at Franklin Square Hospital after the robbery.
Mrs. Norman Livermore, president of the Marin Conservation League, handed over the deed to the 645-acre tidelands tract south of Greenwood Beach to Carl W. Buchheister, president of the Society.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Bolker will give a dinner on Friday at their home in Beverly Hills to honor Mrs. Norman Chandler, chairman of the Music Center Building Fund Committee, and Mr. Chandler.
The father, by accident or perhaps to show, as he said, `` we mean business '', took the and fired a slug between the legs of Second Officer Norman Simmons.
This is not to say that the only explanation of the present infatuation with Norman Vincent Peale's `` cult of reassurance '' or the other types of a purely cultural Christianity is the ever-present need for a demythologized gospel.
The simple mechanical strain of overweight, says New York's Dr. Norman Jolliffe, can overburden and damage the heart `` for much the same reason that a Chevrolet engine in a Cadillac body would wear out sooner than if it were in a body for which it was built ''.
Lincoln's followers organized a campaign team led by David Davis, Norman Judd, Leonard Swett, and Jesse DuBois, and Lincoln received his first endorsement to run for the presidency.
The Anglo / Norman invasion of Connacht in 1235 AD saw the territory of Umhall taken over by the Butlers and later by the de Burgos.
Granatstein and Norman Hillmer found that Mackenzie was in the # 11 place just after John Sparrow David Thompson.
Moyers interviewed Collins, Cash, opera singer Jessye Norman, Appalachian folk musician Jean Ritchie and her family, white Sacred Harp singers in Georgia, black Sacred Harp singers in Alabama, and a prison choir at the Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville.
Collins, Cash, and Norman were unable to discern if the power of the song came from the music or the lyrics.
Norman, who once notably sang it at the end of a large outdoor rock concert for Nelson Mandela's 70th birthday, stated, " I don't know whether it's the text — I don't know whether we're talking about the lyrics when we say that it touches so many people — or whether it's that tune that everybody knows.