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Scott

(skot),
Charles I., Jr., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Aarskog-Scott syndrome.

Scott

(skot),
Henry William Jr., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Scott operation.
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Scott informed Dearborn and Moorpark coach Tim Lins he was planning on transferring last week, although they said he didn't divulge his reasons for wanting to leave.
I made an effort to network, meet doctors, and interact with people who could give me referrals," says Scott, who held seminars and lectures and participated in health fairs.
I would like to do with visual language what African American artists have done with gospel, blues and jazz," Scott says.
Archbishop Scott died after the car driven by his companion, Sonja Bird, rolled over and landed upside down in a metal culvert while they were traveling on Highway 69.
In light of these two presuppositions Scott approaches a few parables.
Moving on to an examination of Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone, Scott places Baldwin's novel in the context of Civil Rights activism, arguing that many reviewers "missed .
Emerson took Scott with him when he was posted to Illinois, a "free" state that banned slavery, and to Minnesota, then part of the free territory of Wisconsin.
So in October 1999 -- after Marion Scott became the first outside firm in Co-op City's history to serve as property managers -- company representatives rolled up their sleeves and got to work.
Focussing mainly on case examples that explore massive projects in social engineering directed by those who have claimed to be inspired by leftist political philosophies, James Scott argues that these exercises in bureaucratic hubris share a common commitment to tenets of what he terms "high modernist" ideology.
Scott traces the dire effects of high modernist ideology in realms as diverse as Soviet collectivization, Tanzanian ujamaa villages, scientific forestry, industrialized high-yield agriculture, political revolution, and Le Corbusier's city planning.
Scott also has served on the company's HMO and laboratory companies' boards.
Scott seeks to produce large quantities of substances that organisms typically make slowly in microgram amounts.