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  1. Charles Mc·Lean [m, uh, -, kleyn], 1863–1943, U.S. historian and author.
  2. Frank Maxwell, 1884–1943, U.S. Air Force general.
  3. Julie Julia Elizabeth Wells, born 1935, U.S. actress, born in England.
  4. Roy Chapman, 1884–1960, U.S. naturalist, explorer, and author.
  5. a city in NW Texas.


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  1. AndrewsThomas18131885MIrishSCIENCE: chemist Thomas. 1813–85, Irish physical chemist, noted for his work on the liquefaction of gases

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When schools and day cares closed, Andrews, like Martinez, turned to her eldest, her 14-year-old son, for help.

From Time

That’s in part down to the popularity of the state’s Labor government, which won the 2018 election by a landslide, and the high approval ratings of Premier Andrews.

From Fortune

Andrews’ work history at Culver City isconfirmed by three colleagues who worked with him there.

Andrews said Prospect marketers insisted that elderly mental health patients “from nowhere near Culver City” be admitted through the emergency room even when no psychiatric beds were available in the hospital.

Researchers could further investigate whale-shark growth by tagging live sharks and then recapturing them, Andrews says.

The news comes one month after Sam's sister Holly Branson confirmed that she is expecting twins with her husband Fred Andrews.

Among them was Lt. Darryn Andrews, who is credited with saving six fellow soldiers at the cost of his own life.

I encountered The Mysteries of Udolpho when I took a Gothic novel course as a student at St. Andrews in Scotland.

And this time it was me and Chan and Pharrell and Julie Andrews.

I physically felt like I was in a fishbowl, and I was sitting on the couch with one of my best friends and Julie Fucking Andrews.

Then came the end: the Titanic, with a low long slanting dive went down and with her Thomas Andrews.

Mabel Andrews came once to a meeting and in businesslike fashion explained the Red Cross dressings and gave a lesson in bandaging.

I stood at the portière and announced Mrs. Gushington-Andrews in my most blasé but butlerian tones.

According to the time-table, of which Andrews had secured a copy, there were two trains to be met.

He was asked by Andrews to pull his train a long way down the track out of the way, and promptly obeyed.





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