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(stē'vĕnz),
Albert M., U.S. pediatrician, 1884-1945. See: Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
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"Somebody save me!" Stevens screamed as the water level crept up inside her car, which was stranded in floodwater.
It has also completed $1 million-plus renovation converting 117 Stevens Avenue from a single user building into a multi-tenanted building.
The NBA announced its decision not long after Lowry said Stevens 'shouldn't be a part of our league.'
The new company, SES ESOP Strategies, a Stevens & Lee/Griffin Co., is expected to be operational on Oct.
Neither Bart Eeckhout nor Lisa Goldfarb, the editors of Poetry and Poetics after Wallace Stevens, is new to Stevensian studies.
Poetry and Poetics after Wallace Stevens. New York: Bloomsbury.
Allenton, WI, August 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Brooks Stevens Inc., a firm dedicated to full-service product development, has recently launched a new website.
To those who can remember when guns were sold largely through hardware stores Sears & Roebuck and Montgomery Ward, the name, "Stevens" has a magic ring to it.
When "The Pick" was shown at Autzen Stadium to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Kenny Wheaton's interception on Saturday, Hamani Stevens heard some teammates laughing.
BARRE -- There are two Stevens farms in this bucolic community of 5,365.
Former "S Club 7" member Rachel Stevens has been named as FHM's Sexiest Woman of All Time.
When Lance Stevens and Rod Ward III, attorneys with the Jackson law firm Stevens & Ward, sat down with the staff of the Ridgeland-based advertising agency Mad Genius to develop a new ad campaign, the partners knew they wanted something different--something that set Stevens & Ward's ads apart from those of other personal injury law firms.