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Cald·well

(kawld'wel),
George W., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1834-1918. See: Caldwell-Luc operation.

Cald·well

(kawld'wel),
William E., U.S. obstetrician, 1880-1943. See: Caldwell-Moloy classification.

Cald·well

(kawld'wel),
Eugene W., U.S. radiologist, 1870-1918. See: Caldwell projection, Caldwell view.
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6% of the shares of Caldwell Partners and, in order to avoid any overhang of these shares in the market, Caldwell Partners agreed to purchase such shares at a price of CDN 1.
Broyhill Civic Center, are invaluable in instilling pride in the people of Caldwell County for the music was often taken for granted.
I get to work with young men and women every day of the week who are looking to change their lives, and the fact that I can be a part of that is really exciting," Caldwell said.
Patient who have undergone diagnostic Caldwell Luc procedure,
I rode one at Kempton and was just going out on to the chute and it flipped over on top of me," Caldwell says.
Caldwell and his live-in partner, Jeanelyn Flora, 36, were in their Toyota Corolla on their way home when Elacquio barred them entry, arguing the couple had not paid their monthly dues to homeowners association.
After a male passenger left the vehicle, Caldwell allegedly sped away from Wilson.
Each of us had his own theory about why we were sitting around in wheelchairs," says Caldwell.
Mr Caldwell banged on the window and he asked her to speak to him, but instead Wellings stormed angrily outside, Teesside Crown Court was told.
Now a visiting professor at Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications, Caldwell rose to prominence at the New York Times, where covered a number of significant events in the civil rights movement.
Which makes it all the harder to understand why Gordon Strachan disturbed the double act to move Caldwell into midfield against Aalborg and Hibernian, two matches that Celtic lost.