Foshay

Fo·shay

(fō-shā'),
Lee, U.S. bacteriologist, 1896-1961. See: Foshay test.
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Examples include the LED panels at the top of the Target Plaza building at 00 Nicollet Mall and the iconic lighted Foshay at the top of the iconic Foshay Tower, once the tallest building in downtown.
It also surpassed the city's Foshay Tower to become the tallest building in Minneapolis--and it remains the tallest today.
NKF's vice chairman Edward Maher, senior managing director Alex Foshay and senior managing director David Colen will be leading the sale efforts--the first major assignment for the recently expanded New York Capital Markets team.
Perez & Foshay, 2002; Trenholm, 2009; Zavarella & Ignash, 2009) available, researchers have indicated that there are some critical issues which should be thoughtfully considered when offering developmental mathematics courses online.
Audubon's life and work," writes the biographer Ella Foshay.
6) But Foshay told Ritter that most people in Los Angeles did not know who LeConte was.
In Tuff, Tuffy Foshay is a drug-slinger, competitive eater, sumo-wrestling enthusiast, and candidate for city council.
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Darryl Newhouse, lead mentor for robotics Team 597 from Foshay Learning Center, tried to soothe her nerves.
41) The key texts are "Difference", in Margins of Philosophy; "How to Avoid Speaking: Denials", "On an Apocalyptic Tone in Newly Adopted in Philosohy", and "Post-scriptum: Aporias, Ways and Voices", all collected in Harold Coward and Toby Foshay (1992); and "Passions" and "Khora", collected together with "Post-scriptum" in On the Name, trans.
Fortunately our hotel, the stunning W in the historic Foshay tower, had a speakeasy-style cocktail bar right at the top.