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Mont·gom·er·y

(mont-gŏm'ĕr-ē),
William F., Irish obstetrician, 1797-1859. See: Montgomery follicles, Montgomery glands, Montgomery tubercles.
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It was tough for me to find my rhythm early in the game,'' Montgomery said.
Four years ago, when Montgomery opened, green design was considered on the fringe of the development industry.
The boycott group organized itself as the Montgomery Improvement Association and elected King its president.
One day, if he persists in such adventuresome quests, Charles Montgomery will write a monumental book that sparkles with all the skills and intelligence he so obviously possesses.
I got in and it was my intention to stay for two or three years," said Montgomery.
In addition to these representative diversions, and because of Montgomery Place's close association with The University of Chicago, students from the University's School of Music and performers from other Hyde Park institutions often treat residents to special performances.
Specializing in aircraft sales, fractional ownership programs, consulting, pilot staffing, and aircraft management, Montgomery Jet Center serves clients throughout the continental United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
Couched in Christian rhetoric, the speech not only set the tone for the Montgomery Bus Boycott but contained in broad outline themes that King would later refine into his Gandhian-influenced philosophy of non-violence.
The declaration page of the policy named the firm of Cleaver, Beck, Blank, Stein & Montgomery as the insured.
People are still getting harassed about their sexual orientation," says one sophomore at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Md.
We are pleased to address the continuing interest in the small cap sector by offering the Montgomery Small Cap Opportunities Fund," said R.

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