Stookey

Stook·ey

(stūk'ē),
Byron P., U.S. neurosurgeon, 1887-1966. See: Stookey-Scarff operation, Queckenstedt-Stookey test.
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Attn: Megan Stookey (Administrative Assistant to the Director)
Back row Board members (I to r): Tom Schaefer, Monsanto; Susan Macy, Valent; Randy Stookey, KS Agribusiness Retailers Assn; Don Bradley, Flowserve; Shelbi Reed, Kova; Steve Koziolek, Rosen's, and Rick Welder, Meister Media.
According to Stephen Stookey, Landmarkers were responsible for dissolving the Baptist Convention of the North Pacific Coast in 1886.
Class salutatorian is Jordan Stookey, the son of Kathy and Jeff Stookey of Sutherlin.
Y es que se trata de una composicion verdaderamente refrescante, alivianada, tipo thriller, del afortunadamente muy bien vivo musico estadunidense Nathaniel Stookey, de 45 anos de edad, quien con libreto de Lemony Snicket compuso esta guia musical para orquesta y narrador (detective), por encargo de la Orquesta Sinfonica de San Francisco, estrenada hace 10 anos.
2 Tagtekin DA, Ozyoney G, Baseren M, Ando M, Hayran O, Alpar R, Gokalp S, Yanikoglu FC, Stookey GK.
Robert Greenberg as narrator for their season opening headliner, The Composer is Dead, by Nathaniel Stookey with text by Lemony Snicket.
The program interweaves the biography of Marjorie Lansing Porter with documentation of the Songs to Keep projects, drawing on the memories of family members, recollections of the musicians who performed at the concerts and recorded the CD, as well as philosophical discussions about folk songs from Pete Seeger, Peter Yarrow, and Noel Paul Stookey.
Stookey had joined its board of directors earlier this year.
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.