Batson

Bat·son

(bat'sŏn),
Oscar V., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1894-1979. See: Batson plexus, Carmody-Batson operation.
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Media executive JT Batson and a team of sell-side, buy-side, linear, and digital professionals have teamed to launch a new company that's bringing a local media buying platform to market.
STA Tuesd trailblaz Brendon Ba Cunningham Prior to t when forme A STATUE was unveiled on Tuesday of West Brom's trailblazing black players, Batson, Laurie and Cyrille Regis.
The trailblazing trio - Cyrille Regis MBE, Brendon Batson and Laurie Cunningham - are adored by the Albion faithful young and old.
FOOTBALL icon Brendon Batson and netball superstar Ama Agbeze were winners as the Midlands cleaned up at a prestigious awards ceremony celebrating diversity in sport.
Batson: From my perspective, one of our most important issues involves maintaining our two world class schools.
The windfall means sculptor Graham Ibbeson is now able to work on the tribute to Baggies icons Laurie Cunningham, Cyrille Regis and Brendon Batson.
In Billy Batson's case, by shouting out one word--SHAZAM!--this streetwise 14-year-old foster kid can turn into the adult Super Hero Shazam, courtesy of an ancient wizard.
Ronald Batson was born in Ferryhill, Co Durham in 1920, the older son of Joseph and Elizabeth Batson.
This comment asserts that peremptory challenges and the Batson standard are shedding their "last petals" and are thus outdated and unnecessary in the modern legal system.
Teen actor Asher Angel was recently cast as Billy Batson, the secret identity of DC superhero Captain Marvel, in the coming film 'Shazam!'-but, this isn't his first high-profile project.
The book follows the story of a boy named Billy Batson, who can transform into an adult superhero by uttering the magic word "Shazam!"
On appeal, Winston argues that the trial court erred when it decided that there was no Batson violation at the jury trial and when it denied [the] postconviction motion on this issue.