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Holmes

(hōlmz),
Gordon M., English neurologist, 1876-1965. See: Holmes-Adie pupil, Holmes-Adie syndrome, Stewart-Holmes sign.

Holmes

(hōlmz),
Andrew F., 1797-1860; Canadian physician; one of four founders of McGill University Medical School (Montreal, Quebec); its first dean and librarian.

Holmes

(hōlmz),
Walter Chapin, 1884-1932. See: Holmes stain.
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In the next three chapters, Danisch positions Jane Addams as a deliberative rhetorician, Oliver Wendell Holmes as a forensic rhetorician, and Alain Locke as an epideictic rhetorician.
There are major entries on Arthur Conan Doyle, William Somerset Maugham, Francis Brett Young and Arthur Joseph Cronin and plenty of other notables in John Keats, Oliver Goldsmith, Tobias Smollett, C S Forester, Oliver Wendell Holmes and Sir Robert Bridges.
Similarly, Root criticizes justices such as Oliver Wendell Holmes for holding that the Constitution is not unlimited in its protections and that where the Constitution does not forbid the states to act, the states may do so.
It's what we pay taxes for, and I am grateful to Wright for exhuming a quotation of Oliver Wendell Holmes (Progress p.
Zinsser's literary range and magpie intellect prompted reviewers of the day to compare him to an earlier Harvard Medical School author, Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Toibin shows him subtly attracted to a manservant, listening to gossip about Oscar Wilde's trial, spending a tension-filled night lying naked in bed next to future Supreme Court justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
Esto lo entendio, como pocos, uno de los jueces mas celebres que ha tenido los Estados Unidos: Oliver Wendell Holmes (1861-1935).
Those last words were quoted by Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in writing the court's unanimous decision that Debs had violated the Espionage Act because his words, with draft-age youngsters in the crowd, "would obstruct the recruiting or enlistment service.
Oliver Wendell Holmes (reading aloud as he writes): I don't write of serious matters, for you know all my last words if I come to grief.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, James Russell Lowell, and J.
Oliver Wendell Holmes and the Culture of Conversation.