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Weir Mitch·ell

(wēr mich'el),
Silas, U.S. neurologist, poet, and novelist, 1829-1914. See: Mitchell treatment, Gerhardt-Mitchell disease, Weir Mitchell treatment.
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Mitch·ell

(mĭch′əl), Peter Dennis 1920-1992.
British biochemist. He won a 1978 Nobel Prize for contributions to the understanding of biological energy transfer.
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Actress Frances Barber tweeted: "God speed Joni Mitchell. I grew up on you, I lived you, I loved you I still cry to you & rejoice in you."
[2] A talented wordsmith, Joni Mitchell was planting a productive pun when she told an interviewer: "The thing is, I came into the business quite feminine.
As with the Joni Mitchell: Song to a Seagull cover, in the painting Get Out of the Kitchen words are part of the painting.
It opened on Saturday, and was "a small tribute to the sheer genius that is Joni Mitchell - surely one of the greatest wordsmiths the world has ever known," said David.
When Joni Mitchell looked at love from "Both Sides Now," she described it as "the dizzy dancing way you feel." The legendary Canadian folk singer/songwriter has taken this feeling to the stage in a collaboration with Alberta Ballet artistic director Jean Grand-Maitre.
"The First Noel," for instance, is transformed into a moody Middle Eastern-tinged medley with "Mary Mary." Elsewhere she offers faithful renditions of songs by John Lennon and fellow Canadian Joni Mitchell, while the stunning title track--the album's sole original composition--suggests she might one day release an even better collection composed entirely of her own winter songs.
Lewy worked on 13 albums with Joni Mitchell, as well as engineering and producing albums by Neil Young, the Flying Burrito Bros., Van Morrison, Leonard Cohen and Joan Baez.
After all, this modest and relatively small province (at least in terms of population) has delivered to Canada such diversified, bedrock, even monumental people and ideas as Tommy Douglas, Gordie Howe, Joni Mitchell and medicare, to name but a few.
Wilson reinvents Bob Dylan's "Shelter From the Storm" as a Joni Mitchell tune, trading the scrappy energy of the original for a seductive elegance.
He offers deft interpretations of songs from the canons of Cole Porter, Joni Mitchell, Irving Berlin, and Bob Dylan.