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(kŭr'tĭs),
Arthur H., U.S. gynecologist, 1881-1955. See: Fitz-Hugh and Curtis syndrome.
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Curtiss Museum of Hammondsport, New York, will speak in proximity to a static display of the Curtiss airplanes.
William Curtiss will soon retire from the church he founded 21 years ago in Camarillo.
The "Sneak Preview" of the Glenn Curtiss Mansion located at 500 Deer Run in Miami Springs is scheduled Sunday, April 1st, 2012 from 1 p.
Bunting, a San Francisco-based strategic communications company, announced effective today the hiring of Aaron Curtiss, a veteran award-winning journalist and change management executive.
For those considering specializing in PFP, Curtiss has some capsule advice: "Financial planning is the seasoned end of a person's practice.
Curtiss wrote to Ely to "congratulate you on your success with the flights to and from the PENNSYLVANIA and regret very much I was unable to be there.
One of these was Glenn Curtiss, a young motorcycle enthusiast from upstate New York.
Curtiss delivered the first Navy aircraft, the A-1 Triad (able to operate from the water, land, and in the air) in the summer of 1911 at his hometown of Hammondsport NY, teaching, among others, Naval Aviator #1, Theodore "Spuds" Ellyson, to fly.
The 47-year-old, who lived in Lapworth with his wife and two teenage children, was the owner of the Curtiss Wood Yard in Old Warwick Road.
Mr Curtiss owned the Curtiss Wood Yard on Old Warwick Road in Lap-worth and has a long family association with the area.
Good Men picks up where the Curtiss controversy left off, and is even more startling in its revelations.
Curtiss, who majored in elementary and special education, has worked on an American Indian reservation with special education high school students, and with bilingual special education third-graders in Arizona.