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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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Sperry faces six to 30 years in prison and he must serve at least 85 percent of the sentence.
Christie Sperry, sister of Keleigh, updated snap of marvelous and charming newly engaged couple on Instagram.
They can bring their leather Sperry boat shoes (or purchase new ones) to avail themselves of the free shoe tattoos.
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In 2002, Bishop Sperry was named to the Order of Canada.
In addition to this case where Sperry received a favorable decision as to coverage under its CUM-IS bond, Picatinny Federal Credit Union has a matter currently pending in the U.
Sperry, which will be replacing an outpost of Juicy Couture, invented America's first boat shoe in 1935 and now sells dress shoes along with trendy nautical footwear.
Sperry previously served as division vice president for Gulfstream's South America and Far East (SAFE) territory, and continues to oversee the area, which also encompasses the Pacific Rim.
Sperry, a 2007 Simi Valley High graduate, is a junior at Arizona State.
Jim and Karen Sperry purchased the Wenatchee Express Employment Professionals office from Dusti Elfving on Sept.
In a long overdue full-length study, art critic Matthew Kangas brings to life the art of Robert Sperry (1927-1998).
Northrop Grumman's Sperry Marine business unit will supply the equipment, which will be installed and commissioned by Electrotech Australia Pty Ltd.