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Gould

(gūld),
Alfred P., English surgeon, 1852-1922. See: Gould suture.
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While it is probable that middle-class Elizabeth Coxen was trained to paint and draw as a young woman, there are no records of works made by her prior to her association with John Gould (Datta 64).
We have benefited from John Gould's wide interests and varied expertise and even more from his ability to bring them to bear on whatever interested him and which also contributed significantly to our understanding of New Zealand and its place in the world.
Essays in this volume that touch upon themes of industrialism and specialization include "Reconstructed But Unregenerate" by John Crowe Ransom, "Education, Past and Present" by John Gould Fletcher, and "Whither Southern Economy?" by Herman clarence Nixon.
John Gould ("Zone Defense," June) argues that "drug-free" school zones which engulf entire cities have done little other than contribute to racially disproportionate incarceration rates.
Given that the per-pupil education cost varies from district to district, initial mistakes are understandable, if not excusable, says John Gould, Morrisville superintendent.
With the second half of the Rose Bowl game under way, Mike Fox (left) and John Gould were not focused on the game at Good Times.
The promoters of Imagism, which included Hilda Doolittle, John Gould Fletcher, Richard Aldington, and later, Amy Lowell and William Carlos Williams, were attempting to challenge what they considered the superficially decorative and overly verbose poetry of the accepted 19th century canon.
In the spring of 1913, however, John Gould Fletcher of Little Rock, Arkansas, met Ezra Pound in the Closerie des Lilas cafe on the Left Bank of the River Seine and began an association that would make him one of the six poets most prominently associated with the Imagist movement.
"Here's what's happening in a packing plant," says John Gould, the American Meat Institute's director of inspections and a former USDA meat inspector.
Spokesperson John Gould, Jr., said while approximately 700 employees are assigned there, only between 75 and 100 Unilever headquarters employees may remain in the 390 Park Avenue building, or could be relocated to smaller quarters.
Long, long, long on exposition (voice-overs, acting-dancing doubles, singing, et cetera) and short on kinetic interest, the work incorporates a banal script by John Gould Rubin, not-bad songs and music by Phillip Johnston and the rappers Public Enemy, among others, some tepid yet hideous decor and video via David Salle, and a veritable dog's dinner of dance forms These include a traditional ballet blanc, an Indian number (weirdly akin to the "Coffee" variation in The Nutcracker), hip-hop, techno-modernism, and some Eurotrashy ballet-as-aggression.
He subsequently worked for the British Museum, made drawings of birds for John Gould, a zoologist, and, during 1832-37, made illustrations of the Earl of Derby's private menagerie at Knowsley, Lancashire.