Stookey

Stook·ey

(stūk'ē),
Byron P., U.S. neurosurgeon, 1887-1966. See: Stookey-Scarff operation, Queckenstedt-Stookey test.
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Robert Greenberg as narrator for their season opening headliner, The Composer is Dead, by Nathaniel Stookey with text by Lemony Snicket.
Yarrow, Peter, Noel Paul Stookey, and Mary Travers.
Joe Stookey, (Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) there are proper and improper ways to do this.
23) For Dionysus as a fertility and resurrection or 'dying and reviving' god, with parallels in the Near East, see Frazer 1922:370-377; Kerenyi 1976; Mettinger 2001; Stookey 2004:99; Seaford 2006.
Pictured below are some of the NAB Show team: Margaret Cassidy, Jason Stookey, Tagn Fisher
A senior technical staff member with the International Code Council, which presumably established the International Fire Code, Stookey describes changes in the Code since the 2009 edition.
Tateishi T, Ushida T, Aoki H, Ikada Y, Nakamura M, Williams DF, Clark B, Stookey G, Christel Pizzo Ferrato A.
As the case is investigated, enjoy a quirky introduction to the instruments of the orchestra, through the words of favourite children's writer Lemony Snicket - author of A Series of Unfortunate Events - and the music of Nathaniel Stookey.
There are two historical homesteads located on depot property--the Stookey homestead and the Johnson homestead.
Stephen Stookey, professor of history at Dallas Baptist University and also a keynote speaker, focused on the contemporary denial, among many Baptists, of our faith heritage of church-state separation, and the consequences of refusing to remember our story.
Ando M, van Der Veen MH, Schemehorn BR, Stookey GK.