Williams, Anna

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Anna, U.S. bacteriologist, 1863-1955.
Park-Williams bacillus - see under Park, William H
Park-Williams fixative - see under Park, William H
Williams stain - a stain for Negri bodies.
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Anna Williams was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the A487.
Six-month-old Mili Wyn Ginniver and her aunt Anna Williams, aged 22, who both died in the accident in North Wales
Franchise sales amount to more than 40 million units to date, and the series is recognized for its iconic characters such as Heihachi Mishima, Jin Kazama and Anna Williams.
It is a very nice feature,” describes Anna Williams, Director of Communications for the community.
After three summers in the Catskills, Anna Williams has also become an authority on Borscht Belt comedy.
Writing a review of the topic, Anna Williams, MD, PhD (Western General Hospital, Edinburgh) and colleagues recommended that future research studies focus on "knockout models," in which the proteins activated by astrocytes are deleted from rodent models.
Gaynor Faye, who plays vet Anna Williams, says: "I won't tell you who has died, but it's someone very close to the Williams sisters and everyone who works in the veterinary practice.
Hendershott acquired the property for $998,000 in May 2000 from Anna Williams.
In Kay's latest eight-part series, The Chase (BBC1, Sunday), Gaynor plays eight-months-pregnant Anna Williams, a mum who also runs a veterinary practice with her father George (Keith Barron).
A new award, business of the year (in which an accountant plays a leading role), was won by Anna Williams of the Birmingham Royal Ballet.
He stayed on in Gough Square with a succession of cats and a collection of oddities, lodgers and servants, who included his young black manservant and protege Frank Barber, a widowed Mrs Desmoulins from Lichfield, a spinster poet named Anna Williams who had gone blind when a cataract operation failed and the copyists and secretaries, up to six at a time, who worked standing up at a long desk in the garret.