Eccles

[ek-uh lz]
noun
  1. Sir John Ca·rew [kuh-roo] /kəˈru/, 1903–97, Australian physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1963.
  2. Mar·ri·ner Stod·dard [mar-uh-ner stod-erd] /ˈmær ə nər ˈstɒd ərd/, 1890–1977, U.S. economist and banker.

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Contemporary Examples of eccles

  • Ninety-four years of reasonably deliberative history was thus replicated in three fortnights of panic inside the Eccles Building.

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    How Washington Gifts the 1 Percent

    David Stockman

    April 2, 2013

  • The protest/counter-protest outside the Eccles Theater being just one piece of his elaborate fabric.

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    Kevin Smith: Indie God or Disappointment?

    Nicole LaPorte

    January 25, 2011

  • Eccles had reached the same conclusion as Keynes, but from personal observation of the 1929 crash.

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    Stop Trying to Balance Budgets!

    Harold Evans

    June 28, 2010

  • Eccles stressed to FDR, “the crucial consideration is not the size of the deficit but the level of national income.”

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    Stop Trying to Balance Budgets!

    Harold Evans

    June 28, 2010

Historical Examples of eccles


British Dictionary definitions for eccles

Eccles

1
noun
  1. a town in NW England, in Salford unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 36 610 (2001)

Eccles

2
noun
  1. Sir John Carew. 1903–97, Australian physiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology (1963) with A. L. Hodgkin and A. F. Huxley for their work on conduction of nervous impulses

eccl.

eccles.

abbreviation for
  1. ecclesiastic(al)
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eccles in Medicine

Eccles

[ĕkəlz]Sir John Carew 1903-1997
  1. Australian physiologist. He shared a 1963 Nobel Prize for research on the action of nerve impulses.
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