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Wheel·er

(wēl'ĕr),
Henry Lord, U.S. chemist, 1867-1914. See: Wheeler-Johnson test.

Wheel·er

(wēl'ĕr),
John M., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1879-1938. See: Wheeler method.
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Primary research included interviews with leading three wheeler manufacturers and distributors.
Both men were in court and testified to their experiences, but neither could positively identify Wheeler as their assailant.
Wheeler articulates this through subtleties of character, gesture and landscape within the lyricism of her misc en scene and the realism of her narratives.
All I got were copies of faxes from the ship's master to his company headquarters, and from the company to military authority, saying the containers were gone and they were sorry," said Wheeler.
Al-Khater (left), managing director, Osos Petrochemicals, and Stephen Culshaw, director, commercial operations, Foster Wheeler Energy Limited.
Wheeler is suspected of shooting in the back a man who was sifting through a trash can that same night.
Wheeler identifies the 1770s as the pivotal decade in this century's process of British racialization.
According to deputies, Wheeler, whose hometown was not released, began a shooting spree Saturday evening at Santa Clarita Adult Gifts at 25835 San Fernando Road.
San Antonio College in Walnut for the area's heavyweights, but the day was more special for Wheeler and Housinger.
This award reflects our in-depth technical expertise in refining, our revamp experience, and our reputation as one of the leading EPC contractors in the industry," said Aziz Ali, director, Foster Wheeler E&C (Malaysia) Sdn.
Kimball Wheeler has played to sold-out crowds in many of the world's most famous concert halls.