- An·ton Julius [an-tohn, -ton] /ˈæn toʊn, -tɒn/, 1875–1956, U.S. physiologist, born in Sweden.
- Chester Floyd,1906–68, U.S. inventor of xerographic copying process.
- Evans For·dyce [fawr-dahys, fohr-] /ˈfɔr daɪs, ˈfoʊr-/, 1896–1947, U.S. Marine Corps general in World War II.
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Contemporary Examples of carlson
“I think dating sites for people with disabilities is a terrible idea,” says Carlson, in the same vein.
Carlson, a writer who uses a wheelchair due to spinal cord injury, has been online dating since 1998.
Carlson says psychological counseling is available for any cop who needs it.‘Horrible Things Are Happening Here’—Aurora’s Communal PTSD
January 6, 2013
Why else would they hire Joly, the former head of hospitality giant Carlson, which runs the Radisson hotel chain?Why Best Buy Is Tanking
August 21, 2012
"This is some serious stuff our team is dealing with," Carlson said at a news briefing.Colorado Shooting: Police Cautious Entering Suspect's Apartment
The Daily Beast
July 21, 2012
Historical Examples of carlson
Mackenzie fired as Carlson lifted the weapon to throw it down for a shot.
Mrs. Carlson hesitated, drawing back a little when she saw his face.
Mrs. Carlson lifted her face out of the shadows of the floor at the sound.
Mackenzie stood by Carlson as he spoke, feeling his body with his foot.
“Batter not run the rapid so long you can walk, young man,” said Carlson.The Young Alaskans in the Rockies