van Buren, William H.

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van Buren,

William H., U.S. surgeon, 1819-1883.
van Buren disease - Synonym(s): Peyronie disease
van Buren sound - a standard sound used for urethral calibration or dilation.
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Piper Jaffray analyst Tyler Van Buren halved his price target for Nektar Therapeutics to $50 from $100 following last night's Q2 results while keeping an Overweight rating on the name.
* Martin Van Buren, the great innovator of patronage, believed that party conflict was inevitable in and useful to a free republic.
Baptist Health executives and local officials marked the changeover Tuesday of hospitals in Fort Smith and Van Buren that Baptist acquired from Sparks Health System earlier this year.
The girl was taken to Sparks Hospital in Van Buren where she was pronounced dead, Local Daily Arkansas Online (http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2018/jul/11/van-buren-man-charged-in-infant-s-death-1/) reported.
has closed the sale of 525 West Van Buren, a 522,809-square-foot, 16-story, class A office tower located in Chicago's West Loop, the company said.
A devastating fire broke out January 7 at the Van Buren County Administrative Building, and Ben Lomand Connect (McMinnville, Tenn.) was quickly on the scene.
Polk beat Martin Van Buren for the Democratic nomination, the party's libertarian-leaning anti-slavery wing had to take a back seat to the slaveholders and expansionists.
Gerhardt's premises are that constitutional law develops outside (as well as inside) of the courts, and that not only George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and the Roosevelts (Theodore and Franklin) but also Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, and the Harrisons (William Henry and Benjamin) contributed importantly to constructing constitutional institutions, practices, and values.
MacDonald, executive vice president, Lend Lease (US) Construction Inc., and Matthew Van Buren, president.
Inspired by French artist Daniel Buren's exhibition Catch As Catch Can: Work In Situ, youngsters will explore the world of the colour spectrum and experiment with the use of light.
As Daniel Buren looked up at the newly coloured skylight windows in the Baltic art gallery in Gateshead, a pigeon - and then two pigeons - appeared and looked down.