Jewett


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Jew·ett

(jew'ĕt),
Hugh J., U.S. urologist, 1903-1990. See: Jewett sound, Jewett and Strong staging.

Jew·ett

(jew'ĕt),
Eugene Lyon, 20th-century U.S. orthopaedic surgeon and inventor of many orthopedic instruments.

Jew·ett

(jew'ĕt),
Don L., 20th-century U.S. neurophysiologist.
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Jewett and Bock utilized the Weather Research and Forecasting Model to create numerical simulations that with the aid of custom software were then translated into visualizations.
The Clearwave system enables patients to easily provide necessary information for check-in and allows the Jewett staff to concentrate on assisting patients with important insurance verification and follow-up processes, instead of the typical paperwork that is historically time consuming.
Or, as my Jewett example shows, even the most resolutely local, regional, or even nationally-oriented texts may reveal transnational debts and aspirations under a certain kind of gaze.
Jewett brings a broad-based tax practice with a focus on real estate, corporate and partnership transactions, financial instruments, private fund structures and intellectual property.
While no exact impetus for the closure was disclosed, Westmoreland's decision to close Jewett stemmed from a decision by customer NRG Energy to switch to cleaner burning Powder River Basin (PRB) coal from Wyoming.
We have an outstanding track record of operating the Jewett mine safely and cost efficiently and plan to build on this performance during the reclamation phase," Westmoreland CEO Kevin Paprzycki said.
John Jewett has joined Autefa Solutions North America as a new regional sales manager for nonwovens technology.
Fetterley takes her essay's title from Sarah Orne Jewett's story "Danny" (1877), which focuses on a town described by the narrator as "not in the least American" due to its lack of excitement, bustle, industry, and multiculturalism (84).
Jewett's historical account is divided into three sections: the first of which depicts the rise of the scientific democrats in the ashes of the Civil War, the second of which describes the height of their influence during the interwar years, and the last of which explains their fall from legitimacy during the post-WWII McCarthy era.
That's why talk of stricter air pollution regulations in towns like Jewett - where the economy is already stagnant - puts some residents on edge.
"There isn't a business unit at Family Dollar for which we haven't made a significant technology investment in the last 10 years," notes Josh Jewett, chief information officer, who adds that his job has changed over that span even though his title has remained the same.
Before joining Thuraya, Jewett oversaw strategy and business development for the mobile services group at Time Warner Cable, the second biggest cable TV operator in the US with over 15 million customers.