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Wil·liam·son

(wil'yăm-săn),
Carl S., U.S. surgeon, 1896-1952. See: Mann-Williamson operation, Mann-Williamson ulcer.
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Dick Williamson received his degree in chemical engineering from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA Williamson from Northwestern.
When she was in elementary school, Williamson would watch with her mother, Toni, back when Bob Barker was the host of the long-running game show, where contestants selected from the audience try to guess the retail prices of consumer products.
Then manager John Carver claimed Williamson got himself sent off deliberately in a bad 3-0 defeat at Leicester that left the Toon in dire trouble.
But sources in Lancashire have revealed that Williamson did not fancy the move at this moment in time.
In addition, the rebuilt site will provide a permanent home for a new bronze sculpture of Williamson made by local artist and sculptor Phil Garrett.
Will l a e looking for PS3million befoth t sell Williamson.
Road policing experts found Williamson was driving at approximately 48mph when the crash happened - the speed limit was 40mph.
But Williamson, who is chief physio at Celtic Park, had not made it back from Turin, where the club faced Juventus on Wednesday night.
The Williamson Act reduces property taxes for private owners of California farmland and rangeland.
Sydney, Australia, July 2, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - Blackham Resources Ltd (ASX:BLK) is pleased to announce that geological investigations at the Williamson area has identified an exploration target of 0.
Williamson leaves Wachusett as one of the most decorated - and dominant - runners in Central Mass.
A photograph of Barrie Gordon Williamson, 48, will be shown on the BBC1 programme today.

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