tousey

tousey

A term of historic interest for a non-SI (International System) unit of radiation corresponding to the amount of film exposure to diagnostic X-rays equal to that produced by exposure to one-candlepower of incandescent electric light. Named after Sinclair Tousey, an American radiologist (1864–1937).
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Amand is an associate with the law firm of Fisher, Tousey, Leas & Ball in Jacksonville.
MICHAEL TOUSEY is the technical director and founder of Techceuticals and has over 43 years of tablet making experience.
It is significant that this chapter, though focused on Laura Wheeler Waring, also includes the names of Vivian Schuyler Key, Yolanda Du Bois, Billie Ellis, Joyce Carrington, Celeste Smith, Mary Tarleton, Maude Tousey Fangel, Georgette Seabrook, Louise Jefferson, Jessie Housley, Natalie Eynon, Clara Cahill Park, Malvina Hoffman, Augusta Savage, and Lois Mailou Jones.
We also hear servants' voices directly through the poetry of Christian Tousey and Mary Leapor.
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CeCe Tousey has joined the national sales team of USA Weekend as an account executive in Los Angeles.
In 1882, America's first science fiction series, The Frank Reade Library, was published by the Frank Tousey publishing company.
In addition to Beach and Arcand, the film also stars Canadian actor Alex Rice (On The Corner, Thunderbird) American actor Sheila Tousey (Law and Order, Ravenous) and Randi Knighton, who was discovered during an open casting call in Nanaimo, B.
Products also stay around because ``consumers are happy with the quality and consistency, and they continue to meet consumer needs,'' says Becky Tousey, archives manager at Kraft Foods.
His typically audacious choices as writer and director are also very much in evidence, as when he leaves a giant, unsettling, unfurnished empty space in the set, stage right, or when Sheila Tousey picks Marin up and swings him back and forth like a doll, or when Harrelson leaps on top of a refrigerator, a meat cleaver in hand for protection.
Actress Sheila Tousey presented the Best Actress in a Supporting Role to Irene Bedard for her role as Suzy Song in the feature Smoke Signals.