Homans

Ho·mans

(hō'mănz),
John, U.S. surgeon, 1877-1954. See: Homans sign.
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Here, after considerable search, and sympathetic questions as to what he wanted it for, and whether ordinary flour paste wouldn't do as well if she couldn't find it, the widow Homan finally hunted down her solitary bottle of glue to its hiding-place in a medley of cough-lozenges and corset-laces.
Homans quick-witted, Cork humor and spontaneity on the stage gave birth to the nickname Paddy "The Show-Man-Homan.
worldleading reputation in physicsrelated research Prof Steve Homans Now, 39 undergraduates are studying for degrees in new, stateof-the-art and purpose-built facility in the university's Herschel Annex, which was opened earlier this week by world-renowned physicist, Prof Paul Davies.
Jennifer Homans raised eyebrows when she delivered ballet's eulogy in Apollo's Angels, her 2010 book on the history of ballet.
Latu Makaafi hammered down the right, found Homans and the wing laid off for Fergus MulChrone to score after 48 seconds.
The book covers doggie consciousness and evolution, but Homans hits his stride on topics like the red-state (pro)/ blue-state (con) divide over euthanasia and the aristocratic origins of canine pedigree.
Apollo's Angels: A History of Ballet, by Jennifer Homans.
Tamposi also negotiated a separate lease of 17,200 square feet at this location to Homans Associates, which is an HVAC and industrial insulation products wholesaler that serves all of New England, New York and New Jersey.
Micah and his father, William Homans, of 25 Chippewa Ave.
A 5,000 s/f prime free standing corner lot at 11 Homans Ave.
Bill Richardson on Wednesday to announce the agreement with Branson's space tourism company, Virgin Galactic, Economic Development Secretary Rick Homans said.
The Homans then defeated Chris Parkinson and Amanda Davis 17-15, 17-16.