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Gould

(gūld),
Alfred P., English surgeon, 1852-1922. See: Gould suture.
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Anyway, according to Gould and Burton's lawyer, Darshan-Leitner, the most important thing about the case wasn't whether one more aging genocidaire was brought to some kind of justice, but that it might open up a whole new avenue of damages claims for the relatives of Holocaust victims, and potentially for class-action suits.
Born and bred in the city, Gould was top-scorer in the historic 1966/67 promotion season and had a playing career which took him to Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham.
A year after the incident, Gould filed a $300,000 suit against Steinway.
Instead, it's a philosophical engagement of Glenn Gould, who was almost as well known for his writing and broadcasting as he was for his piano playing.
Missing from this collection are photos of Gould by Yousuf Karsh, presumably because his estate tightly controls all use of his photographs by third parties, and by Jock Carroll, whose own book, Glenn Gould: Some Portraits of the Artist as a Young Man (Toronto: Stoddart, 1995), sparked a lawsuit brought by the Estate of Glenn Gould, which claimed copyright infringement based on its assertion of complete control of all usage of the name and likeness of Gould.
TD Muhammad FGs Gould 2 Unbeaten start ends abruptly as Ronnie Brown rushes for 157 yards
Those savings represent a return of $23 for every dollar spent on the data-mining program, Gould told the panel.
Possibly because he despised evolutionary psychology and sociobiology, Gould was comfortable making this distinction.
The VLF network exceeds the bar by more than 2,200 percent, Gould said.
The epilogue does not so much tie the various strands together as show Gould looking forward to the ways in which fundamental issues concerning slavery and commerce were rethought in the literature of the mid-nineteenth century.
THE former Mayor of Liverpool, Cllr Ron Gould, has been short listed for a Mayor of the Year Award.