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David J., 20th-century British thoracic and pediatric surgeon. See: Waterston operation, Waterston shunt.
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It was a great part and I was fully aware of how fortunate I was to be in the movie before I got the part right through today," Waterston said.
Paul Waterston, of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association, said: "It is a very, difficult time.
The players leading this particular theatrical wit parade at the Ahmanson Theatre - Lynn Redgrave, Miriam Margolyes and James Waterston among them - have every gesture, every pause down to a science.
BEND - Central Oregon poet Ellen Waterston is having quite a year.
NAMIBIA coach Dave Waterston wasn't about to roll over and play the role of the good loser after watching his side take another World Cup pasting.
It's clear that the mouse is a Rosetta stone for understanding human biology" says Robert Waterston of Washington University School of Medicine in St.
To borrow the title of one painting here, Waterston finds all his various materials "inside you"--within the organic mystery of the body.
Thomas Dickson, Richard Lishman, Ray Prince, Duncan Waterston and Lisa Clarke David Thursfield, Paul Jones, Simon Burch and Chris Rushton Duncan Waterston, David Folley, Victoria Jolliffe and Robin Barnes Mellissa Hooper, Shelly Merchant, Camila Pema and Ditesh Dhaya
Robert Waterston, Chair of the NAKFI Genomics Steering Committee, stated: "The Committee noted that many fine grant proposals were received, making the final decision difficult.
WASHINGTON, April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "Filthy Lucre," an immersive interior by painter Darren Waterston, reimagines James McNeill Whistler's famed Peacock Room, a sumptuous 19th-century dining room and icon of American art, as a magnificent ruin, literally overburdened with its own materials, creativity and tortured history.
Sally Waterston, founder and director of Waterstons, said: "Waterstons remains on the cutting-edge of technology skills.