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Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Norman G., British dentist, 1870-1947. See: Bennett angle, Bennett movement.

Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Edward H., Irish surgeon, 1837-1907. See: Bennett fracture.
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Aligned with him are First Nations leaders and farmers in the Timiskaming district, Tri-Town area businesses and a group of 34 area doctors who released a petition the accidental release of toxins from the proposed Bennett plant could be harmful to fetuses, babies and children in homes and schools within a 1.
Brian Bennett says he is proof the president won't exclude gay people from his administration
Judith Bennett has taken as her subject the development of the brewing trade in England and the disappearance of women from participation as the trade grew in size and prosperity.
Children] must," writes Bennett in his engaging, eminently sensible introduction, "achieve a minimal level of moral literacy that will enable them to make sense of what they see in life and, we may hope, help them live it well.
scientists have finally gathered hard evidence to explain the Bennett Island plumes, a mystery that remained unsolvable during the Cold War.
The first half of this book shows us Bennett the Good; the last half should have been left on the pamphlet table at the Republican National Committee.
Bennett Homes, the Puget Sound region's two-time "Builder of the Year" award winner, has purchased 82 lots valued at approximately $12 million at Cascadia, the visionary, new planned community in Pierce County.
PALMDALE - Robert and Rina Bennett looked like they had the perfect life.
According to John Bennett and Seena Kohl, anthropologists at Washington University in the United States and Webster University in Canada, it completes a series - under the rubric of the Saskatchewan Cultural Ecology Research Program - that includes Bennett's classic Northern Plainsmen: Adaptive Strategy and Agrarian Life (1969), and Kohl's valuable Working Together: Women and Family in Southwestern Saskatchewan (1976).
Bennett and his co-workers at Oregon Health Sciences university in Portland stumbled across surface DNA while looking for a cell-membrane receptor for the iron-transporting protein lactoferrin.
Alumnus & New York Investor Peter Bennett Gives College of Education Largest-Ever Gift
When fires roared through eastern Ventura County this fall, Red and Ann Bennett watched much of next year's honey crop go up in smoke.