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Fitzgerald,

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Fitzgerald trait - defect resulting in prolongation of clotting tests but seldom causing hemostatic symptoms. Synonym(s): Flaujeac and Williams trait; kallikrein deficiency
Fitzgerald-Gardner syndrome - genetic trait resulting in multiple tumors, osteomas of the skull, epidermoid cysts, fibromas, and multiple polyposis predisposing to carcinoma of the colon.
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Edward FitzGerald was an Englishman who studied Persian literature in the 1850s.
The whole bizarre episode no doubt reveals more about Robert Graves than about Edward FitzGerald.
UNCLE SAM'S CAMELS: THE JOURNAL OF MAY HUMPHREYS STACEY SUPPLEMENTED BY THE REPORT OF EDWARD FITZGERALD BEALE tells of how the U.
Robbie Coltrane makes a welcome comeback as Edward Fitzgerald, the criminal psychologist star of Cracker (ITV1, Sunday).
He showed no emotion but leant forward to speak to his counsel Edward Fitzgerald .
Last December, Carr's counsel, Edward Fitzgerald QC, said that the press did not wish to participate further - unless there was some new development - but did not make any concessions about the necessity or proportionality of any order.
The 48 members of the class of 2003 include Kate Anderson, Becky Bayes, Michael Booth, Warren Brewer, Timothy Buchanan, Adam Chamberlain, Brenton Chose, Felix Cruz, Christina Davis, Miranda Davis, Kendall Dionne, Amber Ellefson, Lacey Erickson, Micah Erickson, Lee Fincher, Edward Fitzgerald, Max Franklin, Andrea Free, Leeona Gillette, Kyle Harris, Jeremiah Hite, Joshua Hite,
What Sebald essentially did, both in his critical and quasi-novelistic work, was to retell stories, above all, episodes from the lives of troubled, rootless, haunted outsiders like himself: Thomas Browne, Joseph Conrad, Roger Casement, Edward Fitzgerald, and Chateaubriand in The Rings of Saturn; Holocaust survivors Dr.
Like The Emigrants, too, this book is populated by a host of displaced persons - men who are not at home in their country, era, or class; this time, many of them, including Conrad, Chateaubriand, Swinburne, Stendhal, Edward FitzGerald, and Sebald's friend Michael Hamburger, are writers and translators.
Army troops from Fort Tejon, under the command of Edward Fitzgerald Beale, then surveyor general of California and Nevada.
IPI's participation allowed us to increase the size of our clients' investment in the transaction, while meeting the issuer's objectives", said Edward Fitzgerald, Managing Director, NYLIM.
Her lawyer Edward Fitzgerald, QC, told the judge Young had given the High Court the "runaround" after being ordered to detail his wealth.