Guthrie


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Guth·rie

(gŭth'rē),
George J., English ophthalmologist, 1785-1856. See: Guthrie muscle.

Guth·rie

(gŭth'rē),
Robert, U.S. pediatrician, 1916-1995. See: Guthrie test.
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When approached by the Woody Guthrie Center about donating the collection, it suddenly seemed so important for his journals and innumerable notepads where he captured small details alongside moments of genius to be available to those who might want to see and learn from them.
Guthrie, a registered sex offender who has a rape conviction in California, was questioned by police during the initial investigation, but there was no evidence linking him to the crime.
Guthrie was a great observer and his time in the Thirties roaming through the Dust Bowl states of Oklahoma and Texas (as John Steinbeck did) enabled him to write with a homespun authenticity, and a fine ear for dialect.
The Norman (Oklahoma) Transcript said that Guthrie had been "inaccurately characterized" as a communist.
Guthrie dropped out of high school, married, and had two children before leaving his family in Pampa to seek work in California like thousands of other Dust Bowl refugees.
But Guthrie said: "The last league game was a strange one, it was great in the first half and a very poor second half.
Garman suggests that Guthrie fits within the democratic legacy of Walt Whitman championing the common working people of the nation.
Guthrie is shortly to leave his Waterstone's position.
Guthrie plainly defines a cluster as a place where someone can walk across the street from their place of work and find another job; where there are a few dedicated businesses and a university specializing in a given field.
In the morning, the four other residents of Almanac House often woke to find a sleeping Guthrie lying next to a cold stove and as many as thirty pages filled edge to edge, sometimes strewn on the floor, sometimes neatly stacked on the table.
For their project Bata-ville: We are not afraid of the future, 2005, artist duo Pope & Guthrie (Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie) procured a dazzling, mustard yellow bus bearing the Bata-derived slogan of the subtitle and, in 2004, escorted a mixed group, including thirty former employees of Bata's UK factories (in Maryport, Cumbria, and East Tilbury, Essex) on a pilgrimage to Zlin.