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Wil·liams

(wil'yăms),
J.C.P., 20th-century New Zealand cardiologist. See: Williams syndrome.

Wil·liams

(wil'yăms),
Anna W., U.S. bacteriologist, 1863-1955. See: Williams stain, Park-Williams fixative.

Wil·liams

Howard, 20th-century Australian physician. See: Williams-Campbell syndrome.
References in classic literature ?
James Williams. Then she faced about and sat still while the Rubberneck auto stopped at the flash of the badge under the coat of the plainclothes man.
James Williams. Between two ticks of a watch they exchanged their life's experiences, histories, hopes and fancies.
Wash Williams and George Willard arose from the pile of railroad ties and walked along the tracks toward town.
Wash Williams stopped and stood staring at George Willard.
"Hullo!" said Tom, shouldering into the crowd; "you drop that, Williams; you shan't touch him."
There's going to be a fight between Slogger Williams and Tom Brown!"
"William, how dare you," I said, but in the same moment I saw that this father might be useful to me.
I took pains to show William that I had forgotten his maunderings, but I observed the girl nightly, and once, instead of nodding, she shook her head, and that evening I could not get into a pocket.
William said, "I know nothing of what you mean." The other persons present, however, began to inquire where Silas meant to say that the knife was, but he would give no further explanation: he only said, "I am sore stricken; I can say nothing.
Crawford's having left the house; but when convinced of his being gone, she was eager to go down and be with her uncle, and have all the happiness of his joy as well as her own, and all the benefit of his information or his conjectures as to what would now be William's destination.
I wonder if you realize, William, that I've never read even Shakespeare?
"Well, well!" said Sir William Howe, recovering his composure--"it is the prelude to some masquerading antic.