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Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
Don, 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Marshall syndrome.

Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
Eli K., U.S. pharmacologist, 1889-1966. See: Marshall method.

Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
John, English anatomist, 1818-1891. See: Marshall vestigial fold, Marshall oblique vein.

Mar·shall

(mar'shăl),
Victor F., 20th-century U.S. urologist. See: Marshall test, Marshall-Marchetti test, Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz operation.
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Marshall and Waggoner also created student files that contained "bogus documents," prosecutors allege.
Marshall was a relief pitcher in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.
For 12 months, Marshall continually sent threats to the men and their families, hacked their social media accounts and carried out sick stunts.
After the Revolution, Marshall served as a member of Virginia's House of Delegates charged with ratifying the Constitution, and went on to serve in Congress.
Prosecutor Lee Fish told the jury at the start of the trial: "In the 1970s and early 1980s, a man called John Marshall managed a football team linked to Wallsend Boys Club.
Marshall was a Federalist, yet all of the justices selected during his 34-year tenure were not of his party.
The Tigers are relegated back to the Championship and ex-Cardiff icon Marshall has largely been usurped by Eldin Jakupovic in goal.
It's not a true ad campaign, but we like to get involved in groups on our end of town," store co-owner Steve Marshall says.
The first section covers Marshall's year as president of the American Red Cross (October 1949 to September 1950).
The Marshall team set up a temporary clinic at the National Guard Armory which was staffed from 7 a.m.
But by Pigou's own record, he already had some exposure to Marshall's economic thought before taking the Moral Sciences Tripos, having read both The Principles of Economics and The Economics of Industry (as well as a number of other books on economic subjects by other authors) (Marshall, circa 1888-1889).