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Gor·ham

(gōr'ăm),
Lemuel W., U.S. physician, 1885-1968. See: Gorham disease, Gorham syndrome.
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Led by creative director and founder Ben Gorham, who now calls Stockholm home (he was brought up in Sweden, New York City, and Toronto), Gorham has joined forces with a potpourri of collaborators since launching Byredo in 2006--from Frame Denim to Oliver Peoples to Venetian glassmaker Salviati (on a fantastical glass-and-light installation for this year's Salone del Mobile design and furniture fair)--inching his brand further into the nebulous category of "lifestyle" with each new venture.
One of Connecticut's most distinctive office properties--One Gorham Island in downtown Westport--has come onto the market for sale.
Senator Susan Collins announced that Zach Mills, a Gorham native, was awarded a summer internship in her Portland office.
It is named after the man who discovered it in 1907, Captain Gorham of the Royal Munster Fusiliers.
In four sentences, the poet and essayist Sarah Gorham evokes one psychic condition she explores in her memoir, Alpine Apprentice.
Deborah Gorham, an admiring biographer, was forced to construct this important story without the benefit of significant personal letters, diaries or reflections from Dewar.
Edited by Ursula Gorham, Natalie Greene Taylor, and Paul T.
GORHAM, Maine -- Police say a Maine woman who was pulled over while wearing a Hello Kitty costume was arrested on a drunken driving charge.
Sarah Gorham doesn't answer these questions, of course, but her explorations resonate with these questions in a way that soothes and satiates.
First described in 1838 by Jackson, [1,2] who reported the case of a young man with a progressively disappearing humerus, the syndrome became known as Gorham-Stout disease in 1955 when Gorham and Stout published a review of 24 cases.
Author John Gorham is one of Portland's premier chefs: his trailblazing approach to cookery and being a chef comes from his mother's influence but isn't your usual 'mom's good influence' story.
Scott Gorham, who made his name in Thin Lizzy, will be in the capital with his new super group Black Star Riders.