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Phil·ip

(fil'ĭp),
Sir Robert W., Scottish physician, 1857-1939. See: Philip glands.
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Those that Philip inspired over his 60 years in architectural practice will carry on the legacy of his work.
After learning of the possible problem in February 2002 during the deposition of a company employee, Philip Morris began an inquiry into the matter.
Philip was one of the cleverest people I have come across in my life--clever in every way and profoundly knowledgeable: a latter-day Renaissance man.
This follows a description of Philip in those same months suffering intolerable insomnia and wandering the halls of the palace "with his mouth open and his tongue hanging out" (185).
We don't read of any pruning work that Philip performed on the eunuch.
In the words of William Webb, chief operating officer al Philip Morris Companies Inc: "Our commitment to supplier diversity is integral to how we do business.
To solve that issue, Philip Berlin has directed the airport to stop paying him $200 a meeting and his $75 car allowance.
We asked representatives of Philip Morris for a statement about the issue of dancers and smoking, but they declined to comment.
Unfortunately, as the Philip Morris memos suggest, there's good reason to question the "accountability and credibility of state legislatures.
During his entire life, however, Philip avoided anything which might indicate that he had received supernatural gifts.
Pending Wage Act Litigation - Philip is a driving force behind two bills - Senate #928 and House #3775--that call for clarification of existing Wage and Labor laws, strengthening the ability of workers to seek and receive triple damages when businesses fail to pay earned wages.
Young Philip Roth is a sympathetic and sensitively drawn character, with whom the reader can empathise, as he tries to comprehend the way in which his secure world crumbles.