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Tur·ner

(tŭr'nĕr),
George Grey, English surgeon, 1877-1951. See: Grey Turner sign.

Tur·ner

(tŭr'nĕr),
Henry H., U.S. endocrinologist, 1892-1970. See: Turner syndrome.

Tur·ner

(tŭr'nĕr),
Joseph G., English dentist, †1955. See: Turner tooth.

Tur·ner

(tŭr'nĕr),
William, English anatomist, 1832-1916. See: intraparietal sulcus of Turner, Turner sulcus.
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Turner will select urban fiction by other authors, two to three books a year, with an emphasis on original and authentic voices, Schneider said.
Turner rebounded Monday to win three sets at Hart of Newhall, and Thursday he'll be on the court at Thacher of Ojai for the opening round of the 106th annual Ojai Valley Tournament.
The various versions of Turner that have come to public attention chart in revealing ways momentous struggles in American politics and culture.
A slender man, Turner speaks deliberately and with a slight Southern cadence.
During his service at Gustafson, Turner also led the development of sophisticated database marketing programs, joint marketing initiatives with strategic partners and unique profit-building programs for channel partners through agency agreements and pay-for-performance models.
With her husband's help, Turner not only became the owner of a profitable business but also a property owner.
With American Psycho [which Turner cowrote], people questioned whether or not the movie should even be made, and the rating stuff.
Turner re-entered the building and made his way once again to the sixth floor.
Turner Construction Company was founded in 1902 by Henry Chandlee Turner, a graduate of Swarthmore College.
Mary Kemp Davis's Nat Turner Before the Bar of Judgment is a meticulously researched study of the different subjectivities that novelists, historians, politicians, journalists, and others since the 1830s have (re)invented for the historical figure Nat Turner.
Turner had been prepared to publicly acknowledge that he was wrong in 1969 and during the years following, when he still publicly boasted of "being one of the architects of the legislation.
WHEN Maidie-Anne Turner of Inuvik picked up her cutting wheel after 15 years, she didn't know if she could still handle the stained glass that lay before her on the kitchen table.