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Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
Clifford, English physician, 1906-1997. See: Kimmelstiel-Wilson disease.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
James, English anatomist, physiologist, and surgeon, 1765-1821. See: Wilson muscle.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
Miriam G., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Wilson-Mikity syndrome.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
Samuel A. Kinnier, English neurologist, 1878-1937. See: Wilson disease.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
William J.E., English dermatologist, 1809-1884. See: Wilson disease.
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archetypal example of Wilsonian rulemaking on the local level.
The Wilsonian thesis, then, was certainly available in Berlin during its period of ABC enthusiasm*?
The question of what shifting the war powers back to Congress would mean for a Wilsonian power can be explored from a variety of angles.
A Wilsonian desire for international order is not inconsistent with aggressive military action.
And historians like to rub our faces in the fact that Hitler claimed with his invasion of Sudetenland that he was merely applying Wilsonian principles of self-determination for German minorities outside the Reich.
Scribe does no better by her fictional Norma Rae, proud White House typist Jade (Michole Briania White), whose dismay over Wilsonian Jim Crow and office sexual politics radicalizes her into leaking damaging documents.
The commission argued against a Jewish state on the grounds that to disregard the wishes of the Arab majority would be contrary to Wilsonian principles.
In a nutshell: Self-consciously clever, mellow, loopy -- in other words, Wilsonian.
BUSH DECLARED in his second inaugural address that, "It is the policy of the United States to seek and support the growth of democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture, with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny in our world," he was standing in the tradition of Wilsonian Liberalism.
3) President Bush's Second Inaugural and subsequent statements by him and his Secretary of State and other Administration spokesmen are clearer evidence that Wilsonian liberalism has been renewed and American foreign policy is in a steep spiral from which there is no escape.
His tendency to lean too far back on every attempt led not only to epic Wilsonian slams but also skid-induced razor sharp tail.
The neoconservatives driving this imperial project have added a Wilsonian soundtrack to the old realpolitik script and raised the costs of the American production by suggesting that the United States has the power and the will to create an Iraqi federation of Arabs, both Sunni and Shiite, and Kurds based on liberal principles and trickle-down democracy, secularism, and pro-Americanism.