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Ed·wards

(ed'wărdz),
James Hilton, 20th-century English physician and medical geneticist. See: Edwards syndrome.

Ed·wards

(ed'wărdz),
M.L., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Carpentier-Edwards valve, Starr-Edwards valve.
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In an agreement, Edwards pleaded no contest -- the equivalent of a guilty plea in a criminal case -- to a reduced charge of causing a public nuisance.
In May 1986, Edwards murdered 55-year-old realtor Marjorie Deeble in her apartment in Los Alamitos, California.
Sutton & Edwards partners with a retail client's internal real estate development department, helping to strategize market penetration, setting the market and trade areas and.
Edwards was raised in a middleclass family (his father was a dentist, his mother a dental hygienist) which did things together, joined a relatively inexpensive country club, and sent all its children to college.
Edwards rises to his best when writing of Donne's life and times: his learning, wit, and writing style shine through the biographical chapters, making these the most engaging and enjoyable of his work.
Edwards AFB also increased its visibility in the electronic world, thereby making it easier for potential employees to find their Web site: <http://www.
Edwards and AMX further enhances the customer value proposition for all of us.
Edwards announced support for the Oracle 8i database(TM), an Internet-enabled database for both UNIX and NT platforms.
Chai seems to agree with Miller that Edwards was first and foremost a philosopher, but Miller would be alarmed to discover that, by Chai's reckoning, Edwards recognized the self-contradictory nature of Enlightenment philosophy.
Edwards was represented by a large, regional corporate law firm.
Edwards released its second annual Nest Egg Index (nesteggindex.
At the time, Edwards was Hahn's liaison to the city's Ports, Airports and Water and Power departments.