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Steele

(stēl),
John C., 20th-century Canadian neurologist. See: Steele-Richardson-Olszewski disease, Steele-Richardson-Olszewski syndrome.
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A week later, Steele's opinion with regards to the first edition had completely altered.
In this regional leadership position, Steele will develop and execute regional and national strategy in corporate account management, distinguished events, and philanthropic innovation across a seven state territory.
The acquisition complements Steele's already robust product suite, providing the compliance industry with one of the most comprehensive integrated risk management solutions.
In what he says is his last interview before he reclaims the life he was denied when he battled for 20 years to clear his name, Joe Steele reveals how the brutal regime of prison life and being fitted up for the murders of six members of the Doyle family did not break him.
During Steele's sentencing at Airdrie Sheriff Court four months later, her defence solicitor said: "The report deals with everything frankly, their relationship didn't break down amicably.
Due to the logistical congestion of the immediate postwar situation, Steele's corpse would have to wait a number of months in England before room could be found on a troop ship heading to Canada.
Joe Steele studied engineering at the University of Arkansas from 1924-26, but he left as a junior to devote his time to his business.
The scores were 77-74 for Inson, 77-74 for Steele, and 78-73 for Steele, whose best round came in the first when he decked his opponent twice Inson picked himself up and managed to survive for eight rounds of their welterweight fight.
Meanwhile, Steele was actually with his fellow firefighters at the station to plan the surprise.
"I called insurance and they wouldn't cover it," Steele said.
5G activist Mark Steele unleashed an "intimidating" tirade against the politicians as they canvassed voters.