Francis, Edward

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Edward, U.S. physician, 1872-1957.
Francis disease - tularemia.
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During the attack, Papa Faal positioned a heavy machine gun by the entrance of the Accident and Emergency unit of Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital and repeatedly fired rounds at the gate," the official said in a statement.
In his analysis of these varied formats and moods of portraiture, Hallett investigates the contested public arena through contemporary printed sources such as newspaper reviews and critical pamphlets, accounts by visitors to exhibitions and Edward Francis Burney's remarkable 1780s drawings of the picture-hangs at the Academy at Somerset House.
25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The late Edward Francis Paschke was a Polish-American painter whose childhood interest in animation and cartoons, as well as his father's creativity in wood carving and construction, led him toward a career in art.
FAEC Human Resources Manager Edward Francis graced the opening.
Tennaro, 69CHARLESTOWN/SHREWSBURY - Edward Francis "Eddie" Tennaro, 69, formerly of the Charlestown section of Boston passed away peacefully Sunday, March 2nd in the Atlantic City Medical Center after a period of declining health.
Biden, wearing a green tie and handkerchief, read a poem dated 1919 by his grandfather, Edward Francis Blewitt.
The ceremony was officiated by The Very Reverend Edward Francis O'Connor.
Ronald Edward Francis was last seen alive in May this year after visiting his parents near the Beckton area of London.
Peacefully on Tuesday 17th May 2011, Edward Francis (Eddie), aged 65 years, beloved husband of Alison, much loved dad to Roger and Iain, dear fatherinlaw to Ali and Lisa, also a devoted grandad.
In 1928, Edward Francis, a US Public Health Service bacteriologist, linked B.
SPRINGFIELD - Edward Francis Canty of Springfield died Dec.
Edward Francis Burke, aged 44, of Wyken Way, Stoke Heath, Coventry, entering a dwelling as a trespasser with intent to steal, 50 days imprisonment.