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Wil·liams

(wil'yăms),
J.C.P., 20th-century New Zealand cardiologist. See: Williams syndrome.

Wil·liams

(wil'yăms),
Anna W., U.S. bacteriologist, 1863-1955. See: Williams stain, Park-Williams fixative.

Wil·liams

Howard, 20th-century Australian physician. See: Williams-Campbell syndrome.
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HANK WILLIAMS' MESSAGE can be encapsulated in propositions expressed in three of Hank's song titles.
While I can't imagine The Night Hank Williams Died moving to another OffBroadway theater for a long run, as the W.P.A.'s still-current Steel Magnolias did, it probably would provide the basis for a hit movie, since the faults of the plot could be glossed over with a bit more action, some 1952 Texas local color and a smidgen more of tasteful hands-on eroticism.
Hank Williams rose to fame in 1930s as a country artist.
Jason Petty made a striking impression on New York's Theatre District, starring in "Hank Williams: Lost Highway," which played to sold out audiences at the Little Shubert Theater.
"We have decided to part ways with Hank Williams Jr.
No one has heard it as it was a Hank Williams lyric sheet that Jack put to music and edited.
Included are such rare gems as Cecil Gant, Minnie Pearl and Pee Wee King and the Golden West Cowboys (in a rare singing appearance by Pearl), Francis Craig and His Orchetras' pop standard "Near You," and a recording of Leon Payne singing his composition "Lost Highway" often mistakenly attributed to Hank Williams (although Hank sang it, he didn't write it).
John, Woody Guthrie, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Hank Williams, and Robert Johnson.
Geared more toward venturesome festivalgoers than megaplex ticket buyers, lightly likable "Hank Williams First Nation" is understated and allusive in a manner that suggests an anthology of interconnected short stories.
A cowboy in a black 10-gallon hat belted out a Hank Williams song on the karaoke stage in the background.
Paired with the non-narrative structure of her photography, chains of quotations linked figures as disparate as Emily Dickinson, Hank Williams, and Martin Heidegger.
"Risin' Outlaw" Hank Williams III returns to town Tuesday for what promises to be another sellout.