- C(omer) Vann,1908–99, U.S. historian.
- Robert Burns,1917–79, U.S. chemist: Nobel prize 1965.
- a town in NW Oklahoma.
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In 1958, he married Woodward, and they subsequently had three daughters of their own.The Stacks: The Eyes of Winter: Paul Newman at 70
October 11, 2014
Dutch Leonard, who had been listening real good his whole life, on Woodward Avenue and on Navy ships, was going to write.Elmore Leonard’s Rocky Road to Fame and Fortune
September 13, 2014
For people like Woodward who look different than the norm, these kinds of awkward first-liners are a fact of life.
Woodward chronicles these reactions on her blog “Step Funny Right Now.”
Woodward has caught herself paying more attention to her disability than she normally would.
The renaissance classics may be studied in the works of Woodward and Laurie.College Teaching
This is not Braithwaite's pidgin but Woodward's and there was no help for it.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2
"I will see Mr. Woodward's executor tomorrow morning," said Raeburn.We Two
On Woodward giving a few pence, his friend said, "I believe that fellow is an impostor."The Jest Book
There is no greater authority on the subject than Professor Woodward.The Evolution of Modern Capitalism
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- Sir Clive . born 1956, English Rugby Union player and subsequently (1997–2004) coach of the England team that won the Rugby World Cup in 2003.
- R (obert) B (urns). 1917–79, US chemist. For his work on the synthesis of quinine, strychnine, cholesterol, and other organic compounds he won the Nobel prize for chemistry 1965