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Welch

(welch),
William H., U.S. pathologist, 1850-1934. See: Welch bacillus.
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Welch shared her one-person fire shelter with them and waited out the 30 minutes it took for the flames to pass over.
Charles Welch has more than sixteen years' experience in management, mergers and acquisitions, business development, finance, capital raising, investor relations, investment banking, human resources, and the law.
I'm not a young guy,'' Welch said after Canyon's 27-13 shocker over De La Salle at Home Depot Center.
The Voice of America Arabic short-wave service Welch would like to bring back operated seven hours a day to an estimated audience of 1.
The public criticism of GE and of the former CEO that ensued ultimately forced Welch to "voluntarily" relinquish $2.
Welch had invited Gielgud to join his artistic team shortly after he assumed the leadership of the company in 2003.
Had he lived to see the creation of his long-cherished dream of an Americanist university, Robert Welch might have added that the chief reward of setting up an educational institution is the adventure of becoming, of watching the organization progress through each carefully planned stage of development.
What with sodomy laws still on the books, Welch admits he was dubious when he first went to Houston six yearn ago to choreograph.
Welch and his son operate a small, independent harvesting contract operation in New Liskeard.
NASA came to Welch for PE bags that astronauts could urinate into.
When Thomas and Rita Welch opened the doors of John Scott House in Braintree, Mass.
Nevertheless, Welch convincingly shows the "complex interactions" engendered by the great building projects of the Renaissance.