Monson


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Mon·son

(mon'sŏn),
George S., U.S. dentist, 1869-1933. See: Monson curve, anti-Monson curve.
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Bobbinet, very pretty, but Miss Monson bought one not quite as pretty, at Lace's; and SHE payed SIXTY- FIVE, if I am not mistaken."
In the case of the first two the loss of life had not been considerable, but a great multitude of workers, including many girls and women, had been caught in the destruction of the Post-Office, and a little army of volunteers with white badges entered behind the firemen, bringing out the often still living bodies, for the most part frightfully charred, and carrying them into the big Monson building close at hand.
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Gordon Monson, in his column in Salt Lake Tribune, said he was told by a source close to Sloan's family that the legendary NBA coach is "dying".
Catherine Monson, CFE, has joined the Board of Directors for Big Blue Swim School.
British aristocrat's son Alexander Monson was arrested while smoking marijuana, a witness said on Wednesday during the trial following his death.
figure By PHILIP MUYANGA class="MsoNormalAn Occurrence Book (OB) at a police station indicates that British aristocrat Alexander Monson was normal when he was arrested, a court heard.
But Len Monson, the attorney for the Urban Air franchisee who plans to open a facility on Route 59 at Glacier Park Avenue, said the adventure park plans only to sell beer and wine in individual containers.
Monson, a professor of English and Creative Writing, has compiled a collection of biographies about lesser-known individuals who, quite possibly, guided a great amount of the Civil War in the United States, but, because of their gender, among other factors, were looked down upon.