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Welch

(welch),
William H., U.S. pathologist, 1850-1934. See: Welch bacillus.
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The Voice of America Arabic short-wave service Welch would like to bring back operated seven hours a day to an estimated audience of 1.8 million.
The public criticism of GE and of the former CEO that ensued ultimately forced Welch to "voluntarily" relinquish $2.5 million a year in perks and refund certain other prior payments.
Welch had invited Gielgud to join his artistic team shortly after he assumed the leadership of the company in 2003.
Robert Welch--businessman, scholar, writer, and founder of the John Birch Society--once pointed out that the rewards of education lie chiefly "in the mental adventure of becoming." Had he lived to see the creation of his long-cherished dream of an Americanist university, Robert Welch might have added that the chief reward of setting up an educational institution is the adventure of becoming, of watching the organization progress through each carefully planned stage of development.
Despite his successes, not everything in Welch's life has had ballet's fairy-tale charm.
Welch does not have a problem with these requests, but what bothers him is the fact that "bump-ups" require investigations, which can take anywhere from a couple of months to a year.
In Welch's markets, there's no room for product failure.
Welch, a licensed nurse and administrator, helped their endeavor grow from a "Mom and Pop" rest home, serving a handful of residents, to the first licensed nursing home in New England to an organization employing more than 1,500 caregivers and staff today and offering the full continuum of care.
The project's vicissitudes are familiar from James Ackerman's famous article "Ars sine scientia nihil est," reprinted in Distance Points (MIT Press, 1991) with a postscript apparently missed by Welch. Her sometimes unclear account of the succession of architects and designs does not supersede Ackerman (e.g., on the battle of architectural styles).
History plays a role in another respondent's assessment of Welch: "A 20-percent shareholder return during his tenure.
Welch in The John Birch Society Bulletin for August 1965, published at a time when our military involvement was just beginning to escalate.
Loosely basing his scenario on Cervantes's tale, Welch used a prologue to introduce the aging knight, veteran actor Phillip S.