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Murray,

John, English physician, 1843-1873.
Murray-Puretic-Drescher syndrome - autosomal recessive trait characterized by albinism, bleeding tendency, and other related abnormalities.
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Shortly after this his older brother, Gansevoort Melville, sailed for England as secretary of legation to Ambassador McLane, and the manuscript was intrusted to Gansevoort for submission to John Murray. Its immediate acceptance and publication followed in 1846.
The immediate acceptance of 'Typee' by John Murray was followed by an arrangement with the London agent of an American publisher, for its simultaneous publication in the United States.
The Signet Classic text is based on the first edition, published by John Murray, London, in 1818 -- the year following Miss Austen's death.
THE first person to congratulate Ryan Tubridy on his move back to the 9am Radio One slot was the man he is replacing - John Murray.
Abdul Hafiz Ghoga, the Transitional National Council's vice-chairman, told her ex-colleague John Murray that Matouk Mohamed Matouk was a wanted man in Libya.
BOXING CLEVER From left, Frankie Gavin, Ricky Burns, Tony Bellew, Kevin Mitchell and John Murray are all in action in Liverpool this evening
KEVIN MItCHELL v JoHN MUrrAY sAT, Echo ArEnA, livErpool KEvIN MITChELL is determined to bounce back from a year-long nightmare by beating bitter rival John Murray next Saturday.
However, Rees has agreed a deal which sees him as the mandatory challenger to face the winner, though he could go for John Murray's European crown instead.
(Karleskint) Murray of Webster; two sons, Thomas Murray of Los Angeles, CA and Timothy Murray of Wallingford, CT; two daughters, Barbara Maranda and her husband Richard, Alice Maranda and her husband Rodney, all of Webster; a brother, John Murray of Pottstown, PA; three dear friends and caregivers, Karen Gagnon, Michael Lauzonis and Beth Mitchell.
JOHN MURRAY retained his European lightweight title with a ninth-round stoppage of Andriy Kudriavtsev in Wigan.
AFTER reading the comments of John Murray (Mailbag, May 20) my pen flew to paper with indignation.
The man in the sketch was a director of Sir Osbert's publishers John Murray. One afternoon the director returned after a long lunch with his girlfriend, during which his proposal of marriage had been accepted.