Drew Andrew Russell Pearson, 1897–1969, U.S. journalist.
Karl, 1857–1936, English statistician.
Lester Bowles [bohlz], /boʊlz/, 1897–1972, Canadian diplomat and politician: Nobel Peace Prize 1957; prime minister 1963–68.
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How to use Pearson in a sentence
QAnon researcher Will Sommer noted that followers of the false information embraced Pearson’s commentary, given that levying mass executions against their opponents is a common component of the Q universe.The alarming downward spiral of the election-fraud conspiracy theory | Philip Bump | June 24, 2021 | Washington Post
Now, 56% of college students are reconsidering their career path as a result of the pandemic, with 45% considering a career in healthcare or science, according to a new global survey from Pearson, a UK-based education publishing company.Nearly half of all college students are now considering careers in health or science | Michelle Cheng | June 4, 2021 | Quartz
Afterward, they and their allies attacked Pearson and denied contributing to Hunt’s death.Our politics is no uglier or more dysfunctional than in the past | Kyle Longley | May 14, 2021 | Washington Post
Now, with more than 10,000 workouts to learn from, Pearson says the AI is outperforming humans in deciding pass versus fail.
It began as a way for Pearson to replicate the experience of spin classes at home and has evolved into a cutting-edge training app, especially since the smart trainer boom.
The scenes between Johansson and Adam Pearson, a man with neurofibromatosis, are some of the most delicate and visceral this year.Oscars 2015: The Daily Beast’s Picks, From Scarlett Johansson to ‘Boyhood’ | Marlow Stern | January 6, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
But as Pearson pointed out, the amount the court required was minimal, at $125 a month.
Asked about the effectiveness of laws requiring such care, Pearson is skeptical.
Pearson did note that laws regulating this terrain can be useful in some very narrow circumstances.
“Most of the time, moral obligation makes the laws unnecessary” Pearson said.
Pearson flung his knife and fork at it, having forgotten to drop those light weapons when he leaped up.
We came upon the buffaloes unexpectedly, and at the first shot Pearson dropped one dead—shot through the heart.
Pearson was loading his gun as fast as possible, when he heard a loud shout, and cries of “Look out!”
Growling horribly, the enraged brute seized poor Pearson and shook him as a terrier dog shakes a rat.
He sent a portion of his baggage on at once, and went on to Varna, attended by his aide-de-camp, Captain Pearson.The British Expedition to the Crimea | William Howard Russell
British Dictionary definitions for Pearson
Karl. 1857–1936, British mathematician, noted for his work in statistics, esp as applied to biological problems
Lester B (owles). 1897–1972, Canadian Liberal statesman; prime minister (1963–68): Nobel peace prize 1957 for helping to resolve the Suez crisis (1956)
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