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Per·kins

(per'kinz),
Elisha, U.S. physician, 1741-1799. See: perkinism.
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Fleming had gone to the linendraper his father--they all remembered the shop, Perkins and Cooper, in St.
In due course Tom Perkins took Holy Orders and entered upon the profession for which he was so admirably suited.
It was understood that the Dean had supported his candidature with zeal, so the Dean would probably ask him to dinner; but would the pleasant little dinners in the precincts ever be the same when Tom Perkins sat at the table?
Only Tom Perkins was unconscious of the humiliation which the whole party felt.
21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Perkins Restaurant & Bakery announces its newest franchisee, K&R Invesco, LLC.
Amons) Perkins; a daughter, Leah Perkins; a grand-daughter, Nyell Conyer both of Worcester; his mother, Sophie (Vergis) Perkins Ouellette of Haverhill; three siblings, David Perkins and his wife, Maureen of Haverhill; Linda Mulligan and her husband, Frank of Dover, NH; and Timothy Perkins and his wife, Donna of Haverhill; and several nieces and nephews.
1) Katie: Miss Selfridge cardigan, pounds 28; Miss Selfridge playsuit, pounds 40; red Wallis wedges, pounds 37; Dorothy Perkins flower headband, pounds 6.
com Pictures by Liz Pearce 1) Dorothy Perkins blue wedges, pounds 40; Topshop socks, pounds 8; Topshop striped dress, pounds 29; Miss Selfridge jacket, pounds 49, Miss Selfridge knotted necklace, pounds 12.
Perkins International and Perkins Products of the Perkins School for the Blind recently restructured a number of positions to strengthen the organization's ability to provide quality support to its partners at national, regional, and global levels.
Ed and Iva Perkins of Eugene celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Oct.
Like a lot of Religious Right leaders, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins often attempts to link the goals of his organization to the civil rights movement.