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Wil·liams

(wil'yăms),
J.C.P., 20th-century New Zealand cardiologist. See: Williams syndrome.

Wil·liams

(wil'yăms),
Anna W., U.S. bacteriologist, 1863-1955. See: Williams stain, Park-Williams fixative.

Wil·liams

Howard, 20th-century Australian physician. See: Williams-Campbell syndrome.
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Descended to the ground, James Williams faced his captors with a smile.
My name is James Williams, of Cloverdale, Missouri," he said kindly, so that they would not be too greatly mortified.
Wash Williams talked in low even tones that made his words seem the more terrible.
Wash Williams began telling the story of his mar- ried life with the tall blonde girl with the blue eyes whom he had met when he was a young operator at Dayton, Ohio.
Tom was detained in school a few minutes after the rest, and on coming out into the quadrangle, the first thing he saw was a small ring of boys, applauding Williams, who was holding Arthur by the collar.
There's going to be a fight between Slogger Williams and Tom Brown
I took pains to show William that I had forgotten his maunderings, but I observed the girl nightly, and once, instead of nodding, she shook her head, and that evening I could not get into a pocket.
At last, when everyone rose to depart, he went towards William Dane and said, in a voice shaken by agitation--
Your kindness to William makes me more obliged to you than words can express; but I do not want, I cannot bear, I must not listen to such--No, no, don't think of me.
And I wonder," William proceeded, with some caution, "what the truth about you is?
There were four," he said--"Ramon Gallegos, William Shaw, George W.
Sir William Howe smiled at words which he would have answered with one of his darkest frowns had they been uttered by lips that wore a beard.