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Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
Albert L., U.S. dentist, 1905-1985. See: Russell Periodontal Index.

Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
Alexander, 20th-century British pediatrician. See: Russell syndrome, Silver-Russell dwarfism, Silver-Russell syndrome.

Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
Gerald F.M., 20th-century English physician. See: Russell sign.

Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
Hamilton, 20th-century Australian surgeon. See: Russell traction.

Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
James S. Risien, British physician, 1863-1939. See: hooked bundle of Russell, uncinate bundle of Russell.

Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
Patrick, Irish physician in India, 1727-1805. See: Russell viper venom, Russell viper.

Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
William James, English chemist, 1830-1909. See: Russell effect.

Rus·sell

(rŭs'ĕl),
William, Scottish physician and pathologist, 1852-1940. See: Russell bodies.
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From those humble beginnings, Russell would go on to build a construction powerhouse that has consistently ranked among the nation's largest black-owned companies and defined how an African American entrepreneur can stake a claim in the white-dominated construction industry.
Drilling the ball from any spot on the court, as well as effectively blocking in the middle, makes Russell one of Royal's most valuable offensive weapons.
A tall, slender figure in black slacks and top, with a paisley scarf draped casually around her shoulders and long red hair pulled onto the top of her head, Russell keeps time by slapping her hand against her thigh.
Though without formal acting training, and though the dramatic possibilities open to him in the brief, matter-of-fact Army film were limited, Russell established a strong screen presence, which brought him to the attention of William Wyler, the Hollywood director, and William Sherwood, a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and screenwriter.
Being included in the Russell Indexes shortly after our initial public offering is an honor and will help increase Shutterfly's visibility with investors," said Jeffrey Housenbold, president and chief executive officer of Shutterfly.
But even many analytical philosophers, as the University of Virginia's Richard Rorty wrote in a recent essay in The New Republic, have been asking ``how anybody as smart as Russell could ever have been foolish enough to hold his absurd views.
Today, the Russell Global Index covers 98% of the investable global market, including more than 10,000 stocks, divided into a family of indexes that cover 22 regions and 63 countries.
stocks have shown for the past 10 years, as measured by the broad-market Russell 3000[R] Index.
We are pleased to be named to the Russell indexes and included among the leading growth companies in the United States," commented Darby Sere, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.
economy," said Erik Ristuben, managing director of client investment strategies, Russell Investment Group.
Our inclusion in the Russell 2000(R) Index reflects our consistent financial performance and commitment to delivering value to our investors.
Because of its Russell 3000 membership, Team is automatically also included in the Russell 2000(R) Index as well as the appropriate growth and style indexes.