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(mûr′ē), Joseph E. Born 1919.
American physician. He shared a 1990 Nobel Prize for developing techniques for bone marrow and kidney transplants.
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Murray's Cheese Proprietor Rob Kaufelt inside the Greenwich Village location.
Founded in 1940 by Murray Greenberg, Murray's is part of the Greenwich Village neighborhood's rich food history.
And perhaps even more impressive, the retailer is on track to have 160 Murray's Cheese kiosks located inside select Kroger Co.
Murray says the biggest reason for the closure was economic.
Murray points out the facility is old and the paper machine is small, capable of producing less than 100,000 tonnes a year.
Thousands of Facebook users took the opportunity to ask Murray questions, but the few had their questions answered - hilariously, funny and sarcastically.
Meanwhile, Andy Murray's mother Judy Murray revealed that her son is extremely messy and the tennis superstar has the "smelliest feet."
Apparently England bowlers used Murray Mints to try and gain an unfair advantage in the 2001 Ashes Series.
4 Ms Khan is an impressively upholstered, multiple Grammy Award winning American singer who boasts a string of hits." feel for you" could almost have been written for Martin Murray, the Everton signing of the mid-70s from Home Farm.
Given the writer's Puritanism and the nearly full century of English diary keeping that precedes Beadle's work, one could presume, as Murray does, that Beadle summarizes Puritan tradition (xxxv).
Murray's edition also contains separate sections for sidenotes from the original text, corrections to the text, commentary, bibliography, and glossary.
In 2004, Murray's unveiled its cheese caves beneath Bleecker Street -- passersby could look through a viewing area in the sidewalk into the caves.