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Ar·nold

(ar'nŏld),
Friedrich, German anatomist, 1803-1890. See: Arnold bundle, Arnold canal, Arnold ganglion, Arnold nerve, Arnold tract, foramen of Arnold.

Ar·nold

(ar'nŏld),

Arnold, Friedrich

Etymology: German anatomist, 1803-1890
an investigator of structures and functions of the brain and nervous system, including the nerve center of the cough reflex.
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Another important book chapter focusing on Arnold is found in James Ley's The Critic in the Modern World: Public Criticism from Samuel Johnson to James Wood (Bloomsbury, 2014).
After no answer from Arnold was immediately forthcoming, Roseanne continued to press the issue.
BIG HAIR: Arnold with actress Anita Dobson POLITICIAN POSE: Arnold with Edwina Curry RACY ENCOUNTER: Arnold with author Jilly Cooper KNOCK-OUT PICTURE: Arnold with Frank Bruno
Sir Arnold Clark said: "The Arnold Clark Savings Challenge encourages new and existing customers to come along to their local branch to challenge the sales staff to find them a better deal.
There is no evidence that Arnold read the works of the German philosopher and he does not quote him directly, but Caufield refers to passages in his notebook that suggest he recognized "his uncanny kinship with the father of German pessimism" (182).
The first re-release of one of the brewery's Saint Arnold Divine Reserve recipes.
Another key witness was Arnold's Pakistani driver who testified that he was told to collect Winter's mobile from his house and to forward any message from it to Arnold while he was in the UK.
Sudbury was growing in the early 1970s after emerging from a recession and Arnold began accumulating 75 and 100-foot lots in Hanmer, north of the city, for $1,000 apiece.
Schwarzenegger co-opted most of McClintock's economic program, and the Republican leadership pushed the line that Arnold was a McClintock who could win, a bigger-than-life movie action hero who could slay the state's economic demons as easily as he did the bad guys in his pulp fiction films.
ABO Co-Chair Arnold Sollar, with Emma Lazarus Awardee Jacqueline Korman-Urgo, The Marketing Director