Douglas


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Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
John C., Irish obstetrician, 1777-1850. See: Douglas mechanism.

Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
James, Scottish anatomist in London, 1675-1742. See: Douglas abscess, Douglas cul-de-sac, Douglas fold, Douglas line, Douglas pouch, cavum douglasi.

Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
Beverly, U.S. surgeon, 1891-1975. See: Beverly Douglas procedure.

Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
Claude G., English physiologist, 1882-1963. See: Douglas bag.
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Douglas, 77, told Newcastle Crown Court: "Sharon said 'Peter's body's in the suitcase, I've killed him'.
The news that Douglas is not dead follows the trend that's dominated social media throughout the summer.
Douglas has been married to Welsh stunner Catherine Zeta-Jones since 2000.
Douglas was kind to the University of Oregon mascot Thursday, her 100th birthday, even if he did initially hug the wrong Emerald Valley Assisted Living resident when he made his appearance.
Everyone in education juggles multiple responsibilities, but Douglas takes this work ethic to an entirely different level.
The author of eight books -- with a ninth due out in January -- Douglas is a longtime goodwill ambassador for the State Department and one of show business's most generous philanthropists.
Thomas Conoscenti, Urban/Regional Economist and Professor; Dottie Herman, president and CEO of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate; Robert Campbell, Prof.
Plays such as Thomas Dixon's The Clansman (1906), Edward Sheldon's The Nigger (1909), Ridgely Torrence's Granny Maumee (1914), Angelina Weld Grimke's Rachel (1916), Mary Burrill's Aftermath (1919), Tracy Mygatt's The Noose (1919), Georgia Douglas Johnson's A Sunday Morning in the South (1925), and Joseph Mitchell's Son Boy (1928) are only a few of the early contributions to the genre.
Although Douglas is unable to disclose the names of the partners or the locations of the potential wind developments due to confidentiality agreements, he says this is an exciting time for renewable resource developers in the province.
Along the border, smaller towns like Douglas, in Arizona's Cochise County, have witnessed a dramatic influx of migrants who are discouraged from entering near the larger cities.
In the Documenta catalogue, Douglas suggests that late capitalism's powerblocs "seem intent on dividing the world into these same two species of being.
Leadership on the Court throughout the 1940s and '50s instead devolved into an unproductive tussle between the conservative Felix Frankfurter and the simple-minded Hugo Black [see Garrow, "Doing Justice," February 27, 1995], with Douglas often following in Black's footsteps.