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Growing up in Hillsborough, North Carolina, Corbett became a scientist at age 16.
After researching the SARS and MERS outbreaks, Corbett and other veteran virologists at the VRC began to prepare for the next threat.
He wanted to know whether the state could help the town buy the land around Corbett’s water sources.
Edwards said he didn’t understand how Corbett’s water supply could be so unprotected.
In early December, two weeks into his job as Corbett’s new water manager, Tom Edwards drove to the creek that had been logged.
Pennsylvania is purple personified, and Republican Gov. Tom Corbett is collapsing in the Keystone State.
Texas Governor Rick Perry, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal are all on board.
Even Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett, who supports the suit against the Montgomery County clerk, thinks this is ridiculous.Fringe Factor: Penn. Health Dept. Says Gays Are Like 12 Year Olds|Caitlin Dickson|September 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Points for menschitude to Phil Corbett of the Times, the only one of the three to respond.
The three—Lichtblau, Risen, and Corbett—were an unlikely combination.Secret Keepers and Secret Spillers: Spooks and the Press in Post-9/11 America|Stuart Stevens|June 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The lighter man was slippery as an eel, as hard to hit as a Corbett.The Highgrader|William MacLeod Raine
And that brick house with the broken window was where "Slats" Corbett, former lieutenant of Tom's gang, had lived.Tom Slade with the Colors|Percy K. Fitzhugh
Two months later, however, the mill closed down for the winter and Mr. Corbett went to the coast, looking for work.
Albert E. Corbett was reared at home and under the direction of his father learned the miller's trade.
Mrs. Corbett survives her husband and has proven herself a capable business woman, wisely managing the property left to her.