Danforth


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Dan·forth

(dan'fōrth),
William Clark, U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist, 1878-1949. See: Danforth sign.
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Pray don't speak so loud, father," whispered Annie, "Robert Danforth will hear you.
shouted Robert Danforth from the forge, in a full, deep, merry voice, that made the roof re-echo.
But we must return to Owen Warland's shop, and spend more meditation upon his history and character than either Peter Hovenden, or probably his daughter Annie, or Owen's old school-fellow, Robert Danforth, would have thought due to so slight a subject.
Robert Danforth had brought a little anvil of his own manufacture, and peculiarly constructed, which the young artist had recently bespoken.
Why, yes," said Robert Danforth, his strong voice filling the shop as with the sound of a bass viol, "I consider myself equal to anything in the way of my own trade; though I should have made but a poor figure at yours with such a fist as this," added he, laughing, as he laid his vast hand beside the delicate one of Owen.
cried Robert Danforth, starting up, and compressing the artist's delicate fingers within a hand that was accustomed to gripe bars of iron.
This hopeful infant crawled towards the new-comer, and setting himself on end, as Robert Danforth expressed the posture, stared at Owen with a look of such sagacious observation that the mother could not help exchanging a proud glance with her husband.
cried Robert Danforth, bestowing the heartiest praise that he could find expression for; and, indeed, had he paused there, a man of finer words and nicer perception could not easily have said more.
John Danforth about his new book, The Relevance of Religion: How Faithful People Can Change Politics.
assistant members and principal investigators at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center received prestigious awards from the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), a professional society devoted to the advancement of the plant sciences.
Mark Wrighton, David Danforth, and Alex Zaks join the technology leader in biocatalyst approaches for removal of carbon dioxide in industrial applications
and Ruth (Ferguson) Snow, and a brother, Robert Danforth.