William L., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Lesch-Nyhan syndrome.
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Bord na gCon chair Frank Nyhan told an Oireachtas committee a new levy paid when greyhounds are registered in the national stud book would contribute towards a "pension plan" for their retirement.
Alex Nyhan, co-president and managing director of First Washington Realty, described the shopping mall as a "generational asset in one of the most desirable suburbs of Minneapolis." The shopping center's new name is a "tribute to the vibrant community that has long embraced and frequented the property," the buyer said in a statement Tuesday.
Further evidence cited in support of this argument comes from a 2010 study by the political scientists Brendan Nyhan and Jason Reifler, who found that appending corrections to misleading claims in news articles can sometimes backfire: Not only did corrections fail to reduce misperceptions, but they also sometimes increased them.
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FRANK NYHAN, who has been a member of the Irish Greyhound Board since December 2015, has been appointed as its new chairman.
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A compelling blend of grief, humor and change, "Digging In" by Loretta Nyhan is an impressively original and entertaining read from cover to cover.
That fits perfectly with previous research on the psychology of fake information, said Yale University's Dan Kahan and Dartmouth College's Brendan Nyhan, scientists who study the phenomenon.
Sean Nyhan is a strategic communications specialist who works closely with transportation partners like USDOT, FHWA, and the Association of Clinical Research Professionals through his position at the Cadmus Group.
In particular, Dartmouth's Brendan Nyhan and the University of Exeter's Jason Reifler showed that debunking the presence of Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq doubled the belief among conservative readers.