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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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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.
According to investigators at the Santa Clarita sheriff's station, Wheeler called them from a pay phone early the next morning and confessed to the shootings.
In general, Wheeler follows Anthony Barker's lead (The African Link) in identifying the 1770s as marking an intensification of British interest in skin color and theories of African inferiority.
Security tape showed Wheeler returning to the store 20 minutes later, according to deputies, and firing another shot into Simons' face.
Wheeler finished in 19:10; she thought she'd been slower.
The prison guards had us sign a release that in case of an inmate revolt, they would not negotiate our release,'' said Wheeler, who teaches at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia.
Wheeler was responsible for the Department's day-to-day operations, developing Department policy positions, and served as the primary contact with the Governor's Office.
According to Wheeler, who talked by telephone from his home in Tyler, there are more children younger than high-school age playing soccer there than football and baseball combined.