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Gif·ford

(gif'ărd),
Harold, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1858-1929. See: Gifford reflex.
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Would that he could have reprinted it as originally composed, and ungarbled by Gifford, the editor
The lawyer-in-chief of the Western Union was George Gifford, who was perhaps the ablest patent attorney of his day.
Its politics were strongly liberal, and to oppose it the Tory 'Quarterly Review' was founded in 1808, under the editorship of the satirist William Gifford and with the cooperation of Sir Walter Scott, who withdrew for the purpose from his connection with the 'Edinburgh.
Presumably, then, for Gifford the Quantity Theory does not apply in extraordinary times (a severe depression), when hoarding increases and the proportion of inactive money is correspondingly greater.
The Travelers Companies announced that Bruce Gifford has been appointed to the newly created role of enterprise chief data and analytics officer.
Australian optometrist and contact lens specialist, Kate Gifford, told OT that eye care practitioners are becoming more knowledgeable about myopia control.
Today" show host Kathie Lee Gifford has announced on social media that her 87-year-old mother, Joan Epstein, has died.
Ivor Gifford sent explicit messages to two fake profiles, purporting to be a 12-year-old girl called Jodie and an 11-year-old named Jessie.
Gifford sent both Jodie and Jessie an explicit image, asking the girl he believed to be 11 to "dress sexy" when she visited to "tempt" him.
HE dodged bullets and bombs in the Second World War and now Joseph Gifford has been recognised with France's highest military honour.
Gifford is overly modest when he suggests he has "merely reordered already existing information, albeit in a unique configuration" (200).
com)-- Today, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum announced the first ever Clifford the Gifford Gator bobblehead, which is raising funds for Gifford Elementary School in Racine.