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Edward Mason, U.S. surgeon, 1860-1941. See: Parker-Kerr suture.
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Siguiendo esta idea, Charlie Parker seria la representacion humana del lobo al acecho de su presa, que necesita cazar para sobrevivir; en este caso con la busqueda del asesino y el misterio en torno a la iglesia de Prosperus: la necesidad de los habitantes por conseguir mujeres y encomendarlas a ella.
Charlie Parker has been marked to die so that Prosperous may survive.
The Wolf in Winter , 12th in the Charlie Parker series, pits Parker against the inhabitants of a small Maine town which appears to be blessed by particularly good fortune at a time when others are suffering.
Charlie Parker a travaille dans la vente de biens immobiliers, a ete proprietaire d'un centre de jardinage durant de nombreuses annees et a enseigne au niveau elementaire de meme qu'au premier cycle du secondaire.
Atzmon's new album, In Loving Memory of America, pays tribute to the best-selling Charlie Parker with Strings and includes adaptations of Everything Happens to Me, April in Paris, I Didn't Know What Time It Was, and If I Should Lose You, as well as new works.
This book is a revised and expanded edition of Brian Priestley's earlier biography Charlie Parker (New York: Hippocrene Books, 1984; Tunbridge Wells, England: Spellmount, 1984).
Whitaker's most celebrated work was playing doomed jazz legend Charlie Parker in Clint Eastwood's ``Bird,'' another soulful, introspective turn.
The Birdland title comes from Zeke's love of Charlie Parker.
He was house pianist at legendary jazz club Birldland, where he played with famed artists like Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis.
Such entries as those on the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the Great Migration, Zora Neale Hurston, the National Urban League, Charlie Parker, the Universal Negro Improvement Association make this the only encyclopedia dedicated solely to black America's golden age of cultural productivity in the 1920s and '30s.
In contrast, Kansas City restores Charlie Parker to a crucial context in any depiction of the musician's life and art: a Midwestern African-American community in all of its racial complexity.
Portraitist of Marianne Moore, Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson, and Albert Einstein, she was admired by no less than Edward Steichen, who included Bubley's work in a number of exhibitions at New York's Museum of Modern Art, including his legendary 1955 photography show, "The Family of Man.