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Campbell

(kam'bĕl),
Peter E., 20th-century Australian physician. See: Williams-Campbell syndrome.

Camp·bell

(kam'bĕl),
William F., U.S. surgeon, 1867-1926. See: Campbell ligament.

Camp·bell

(kam'bĕl),
Meredith F., U.S. pediatric urologist, 1894-1969. See: Campbell sound.
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As the chime struck one, Campbell turned round, and looking at Dorian Gray, saw that his eyes were filled with tears.
"Shall I leave the things here, sir?" he asked Campbell.
Dorian looked at Campbell. "How long will your experiment take, Alan?" he said in a calm indifferent voice.
He heard Campbell bringing in the heavy chest, and the irons, and the other things that he had required for his dreadful work.
He turned and hurried out, just conscious that the dead man had been thrust back into the chair and that Campbell was gazing into a glistening yellow face.
It was long after seven when Campbell came back into the library.
"I ain't got a hunch, but I got a tolerable likeable hand," Campbell announced, as he slid in his slip; "but it's not a raising hand."
"He sure is," Daylight agreed, after Campbell had thrown up his hand.
"What did you-all have?" he asked, all interest, turning to Campbell.
"And so she is to come to us next Friday or Saturday, and the Campbells leave town in their way to Holyhead the Monday following as you will find from Jane's letter.
Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) shares jumped Friday after the company reported a fourth-quarter earnings beat.
On July 12, Campbell Soup announced that it entered into an agreement to sell the Kelsen Group and on August 2, that it entered into an agreement to sell Arnott's and certain of Campbell's International operations.