Alanson

Al·an·son

(al'ăn-sŏn),
Edward, British surgeon, 1747-1823. See: Alanson amputation.
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Our idea is to reuse all the radio signals that are around us as a medium for transmitting data, much like sending ripples across a pond," said Alanson Sample, Associate Lab Director & Leader of Disney Research's Wireless Systems group.
After making it to Alanson, the rest of the journey was an easy trip to Crooked Lake and Conway on the lake's westernmost end.
Conceptions of modern psychiatry: The first William Alanson White memorial lectures.
His tone is so caustic that the book seems like one huge, personal vendetta against psychoanalysis, making his pronouncement at a recent talk at the William Alanson White Institute that, "My analysis failed
a community psychologist and psychoanalyst, and a supervisor of psychotherapy at the William Alanson White Institute); Grant H.
Not until 1880 when Clay MacCauley began visiting the Seminoles in various camps, followed by Alanson F.
Here, he is referring to Alanson Houghton, Jacob Gould Schurman, Walter Hines Page, and John W.
Instead, Falcon had to settle for 39 with Alanson six points adrift on 33.
Alanson Tucker Schumann, a local physician and leader of a circle of amateur poets, discovered Edwin had a talent for verse.
Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, DC, under the supervision of its superintendent William Alanson White.
A Michigan native, he has summered in Alanson in Northern Michigan since he was a small child.