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Ames

(āmz),
Bruce N., 20th-century U.S. molecular geneticist. See: Ames assay, Ames test.
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com/who-august-ames-husband-kevin-moore-speaks-about-adult-actress-death-2624945) Kevin Moore , described Ames as "the kindest person I ever knew.
In one of the funnier moments in Gilead, Robinson, in a nod to her twenty-first-century readers, has Ames consider the theological damage that the new phenomenon of the radio-preacher might cause.
The world Ames was entering was one of black hopes and virulent white resentment--a virulence that, in the early 1870s, turned repulsively violent.
Most of our marketing and promotions will revolve around Golf Sudbury," says Ames.
The pieces are worth $4,000 to $6,000 each, Ames said.
Police believe Ames might have been smuggled out of the country after being snatched.
the researchers reported that the fuel burned at the same brisk rate at Ames as it had in the smaller Stanford trials--three to four times that of conventional hybrid fuels.
Also on view were color photographs from the "Insertions" series, in which Ames and Bordwin interact with industrial architectural structures.
Consistent with previous research, students' learning goal orientation positively relates to their learning strategies, math attitudes, effort, and competence beliefs (Ames, 1992; Ames & Archer, 1988; Anderman & Young, 1994; Meece et al.
Trading in Ames stock was halted on the Nasdaq exchange before the announcement.
Ames is offering an even exchange or store credit for Bradlees merchandise carried by Ames, and is broadcasting the offer with a 23-market ad blitz.
On September 6, 1989, Ames and his spouse purchased a home located in Arlington, Virginia, for $540,000.