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Campbell

(kam'bĕl),
Peter E., 20th-century Australian physician. See: Williams-Campbell syndrome.

Camp·bell

(kam'bĕl),
William F., U.S. surgeon, 1867-1926. See: Campbell ligament.

Camp·bell

(kam'bĕl),
Meredith F., U.S. pediatric urologist, 1894-1969. See: Campbell sound.
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The close friendship between Roy Campbell and Wyndham Lewis and its significance in the most combative section of Modernism in the British Isles are, sadly, underrepresented in the introduction to this edition.
This we see also in the life as well as in the writings of the South African-born poet Roy Campbell, discussed by the editors themselves in "Roy Campbell" Quixote Redivivus.
In the last chapter, "The Adamastor Story," Monteiro briefly comments on the uses made of Adamastor by Thomas Pringle and John Wheatley in the nineteenth century before focusing on the work of Roy Campbell and David Wright.
Dubai-based qualified offshore financial advisor Roy Campbell is keen for British expats to take advantage of an opportunity they tend to know little about.
Among Gray's early influences are Roy Campbell ("Rounding the Cape" cannot help but be compared with Campbell's poem of the same title), Anthony Delius ("Wolraad Woltemade") - both handy satirists - and William Plomer, a masterful exponent of English light verse.
Argus Systems Group is globally recognized for its rare expertise in the design, deployment and support of commercially viable, high-assurance information security products," said Roy Campbell, computer science professor and director of CARIS.
Roy Campbell, 43, of Hurn Way, Longford, admitted stealing a digital camera worth PS74.
She is survived by her siblings Cynthia Valeri of Marblehead, Janet Clegg of Leominster, Phillip Campbell of Bedford, NH, Roy Campbell of Leominster and Phyllis Vetras of Clinton.
Snake is imprisoned during a mission in South America, and escapes with the help of a Green Beret named Roy Campbell.
Alexander has made a significant contribution to the art of biography, adding it to his earlier volumes on Roy Campbell and William Plomer and establishing himself - though he has emigrated to Australia - as a distinguished South African man of letters in his own right.
Roy Campbell, 42, of Hurn Way, Longford, Coventry, admitted stealing 19 bottles of fabric softener worth pounds 59.
The family's solicitor, Roy Campbell, read a statement on Mrs Monckton's behalf outside the Old Bailey.