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Charles, English physician, 1816-1898.
West syndrome - an encephalopathy in infancy characterized by infantile spasms, arrest of psychomotor development, and hypsarhythmia.
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Charles West while earning all-state honors on defense.
'We turn to God for help when our foundations are shaking, only to learn that it is God who is shaking them' (Charles West).
Patent 9,381,728 (July 5,2016), "Composite Material: A Ballistic-Resistant Article Made from Same and Method of Making the Article," Jeffrey Alan Hanks, Brian Charles West and John Henry McMinn (Ed.
IS Charles West the oldest worker in the North East at the of age of 83?
Chapters on charters from Carolingian Burgundy (by Charles West) and Carolingian Catalonia (by Jonathan Jarrett) both suggest the charters are evidence of the extent (or otherwise) of Carolingian cultural influence in these areas and in some instances the retention of local usages.
The county awarded eight project pieces to eight different contractors including this final phase to William Charles West of Kennewick when bids were opened July 31, 2012.
TUESDAY Great Ormond Street BBC Two Wales, 9pm Historically he may not be a household name, but Dr Charles West's legacy has benefited countless people in the years since Great Ormond Street, the Hospital for Sick Children, was founded on Valentine's Day, 1852.
Charles West, founder of Britain's first paediatric hospital, Great Ormond Street in London, wrote extensively throughout a long, productive life on the treatment and prevention of disease in childhood, but he broke new ground in 1871.
BCMG's latest Sound Investment piece, commissioned in celebration of audience member Charles West's 60th birthday, was Ballata by Francesco Antonioni.
"The greatest commitment one can make to the profession is to educate and inspire the next generation of pharmacists," says Charles West, president of the NCPA Foundation.
Charles West, Dr Adam's nephew, said that the physician continued his studies right up until his death.
Mr Davies, AM for Caerphilly, says the painting by English painter Charles West Cope, called ``The Domestic Chaplain'', should be returned to the town's hospital to which it was donated when the institution was established.