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(thôrn′dīk′), Edward Lee 1874-1949.
American educational psychologist noted for his study of animal intelligence and for his methods of measuring intelligence.
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Eastern Bank, America's oldest and largest mutual bank, is pleased to announce an $11 million construction loan to award-winning developer Thorndike Development (Thorndike) for ground-up construction of the Copperworks Condominiums in Canton, MA.
Abuse-of-process and Chapter 93A counterclaims brought by an executive accused of aiding and abetting the former host of "America's Test Kitchen" in misappropriating confidential information to start a competing venture did not constitute an illegal SLAPP suit, a Superior Court judge has ruled.<br />Defendant William Thorndike, managing director of Housatonic Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm, had served as a board member and advisor to plaintiff America's Test Kitchen, Inc.
John Thorndike; A HUNDRED FIRES IN CUBA; Beck and Branch (Fiction: Historical) 15.00 ISBN: 9780997264470
German philosopher Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) formulates a transition project not only in his theoretical philosophy--the Opus postumum--but also in his practical philosophy, contends Thorndike, though this side of the project is buried in various published passages of the period 1796-98.
Club chairman Richard Thorndike said the fan was a longterm supporter who followed the team home and away.
Thorndike. My wife and I can keep him at home supervised twenty-four-seven."
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VVGOOGLING a runner Lobster Pot 6.50 Kempton The lobster pot was invented in 1808 by Ebenezer Thorndike of Swampscott, Massachusetts and is made of wire and wood with an opening to permit the lobster to enter a tunnel of netting.
John Thorndike was 20 when he fell in love with fellow shoe factory worker Patricia Payne, 19, in Maryport, Cumbria.