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Wil·liam·son

(wil'yăm-săn),
Carl S., U.S. surgeon, 1896-1952. See: Mann-Williamson operation, Mann-Williamson ulcer.
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He will succeed retiring COO Henry Williamson, a 32-year BB&T veteran.
In a related letter to local financial institutions, Ninth Episcopal District Bishop Henry Williamson said that unspecified people had advised him "that there are many problems concerning the banking practices of Paul Bigby" and that Bigby was no longer affiliated with the CME denomination.
Henry Williamson, a 54-year-old paramedic from Charleston, S.
Henry Williamson, who died in 1977, is best remembered for his book, Tarka the Otter, but his greatest literary output was his fifteen volume series of novels, A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, which drew on his own life and experiences.
This Partnership with Media News solidifies our national distribution footprint to include markets in Los Angeles, New York City and Dallas, Texas," said Henry Williamson, President of Newspaper Syndication for iMedia International.
However, when Peter visits Ilfracombe, I was disappointed that he failed to mention my favourite author, Henry Williamson, of Tarka the Otter fame, who lived in Ilfracombe at 4 Capstone Place.
Other contributors read like a who's who of illustrious scribes - Francis Francis, Izaak Walton, Christopher North, Longfellow, Guy de Maupassant, William Scrope, Charles Kingsley, Henry Williamson and many more.
Henry Williamson set his Tarka the Otter on Exmoor, and there's a 180-mile trail named after it.
Ar l darllen clasur Henry Williamson, Tarka the Otter, meddyliodd ei wraig y gallai ei gwer ddarlunio'r gyfrol.
The 180-mile route - named after the famous novel written in this part of the world by Henry Williamson - loops in a figure of eight from the coast down into the heart of mid- Devon and into Exmoor in the east.
It probably wasn't like this when Henry Williamson set up Wyevale garden centre in the 1930s, when plants were sold by mail order only during the dormant season.
Quoting anti-death activists Pope John Paul II, Gandhi and Henry David Thoreau, the passionate speakers and award recipients, including Bill Curtis, Sister Helen Prejean, Roscoe Lee Browne and Bishop Henry Williamson, were buoyed by constant cheering affirmations from the audience, who only lost focus when the awesome chocolate truffle box dessert hit the tables.