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(spĕr′ē), Roger Wolcott 1913-1994.
American neurobiologist. He shared a 1981 Nobel Prize for studies of the organization and functioning of the brain.
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With the acquisition, Guardian will hold the development and franchise rights for Sperry Van Ness in Southern California, Arizona and Oregon, with Guardian's president, Tom Brenneke, expected to become a member of the Sperry Van Ness board of advisers as part of the deal.
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