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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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Almost immediately, Campbell put the Bald Hills project on hold, claiming serious environmental concerns.
Bag teas are the waste from the rest of the world's real tea," attests Campbell, 43.
Despite his change of address, CalCPA members can be sure that Campbell will continue to serve as a strong voice for the profession.
Campbell has been known to arrive for class in Versace silk shirts and deliver combinations at the barre in three-inch Manolo Blahnik plexiglass heels.
In the liner notes for her latest CD, Campbell writes about the blues as the "understory" for her music, and five of the songs have the word "blue" in the title.
Campbell Hall closed to within 10-7 when Sam Weinberger, a Div.
No one wants to admit mental illness, no matter what your color, income level, whatever," Campbell says.
In Campbell, the Supreme Court suggested a "single-digit" standard, with punitive damages generally less than 10 times the amount of compensatory damages, which were set at $1 million in the Campbell case.
I think there are a lot of reasons why progressive voters should consider my candidacy," Campbell said in a conversation following the primary.
Campbell, who is married to a banker and has lived in Los Angeles for twelve years, enthusiastically commodities her characters.
Campbell Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer David W.
Campbell did not include the $163,106 in gross income on his 1989 return.