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Hal·stead

(hahl'sted),
Ward C., U.S. psychologist, 1908-1968. See: Halstead-Reitan battery.
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Rider had crossed from Oakland in his launch, and Halstead had been down to San Jose and back in his machine.
I remember the afternoon at the club when I caught Halstead and Brentwood whispering in a corner.
Brentwood, Halstead, and I fled away for the machine.
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Halstead Property has opened a new office in Long Island City and hired Robert Whalen as the director of sales.
HALSTEAD Helping Hands, the philanthropic arm of Halstead, collected some 3,500 coats throughout its tri-state offices in collaboration with the New York Cares 2017 Coat Drive.
Logan College baseball team, Jerry Halstead has been inducted into the 2018 class of the NJCAA Baseball Hall of Fame.
v=Si0G0_ny8U0) sneak peek at "Chicago Med" Season 3, episode 5, titled "Mountains and Molehills," Halstead is seen attending to a young girl who collapses on the floor after saying, "I can't feel my leg.
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The heroin in the envelope was worth only PS10 but Halstead, of Kirkcaldy, had a previous conviction for supplying drugs.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 1, 2014-Intra-Cellular Therapies elects Michael Halstead as SVP
A survivor of the unspeakable horrors of the Holocaust who refused to succumb to bitterness, Worcester's Poet Laureate Gertrude Halstead died last month, leaving a legacy of spirit and positive ideals.