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Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
Clifford, English physician, 1906-1997. See: Kimmelstiel-Wilson disease.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
James, English anatomist, physiologist, and surgeon, 1765-1821. See: Wilson muscle.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
Miriam G., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Wilson-Mikity syndrome.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
Samuel A. Kinnier, English neurologist, 1878-1937. See: Wilson disease.

Wil·son

(wil'sŏn),
William J.E., English dermatologist, 1809-1884. See: Wilson disease.
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At this moment they heard the front door shut with a jar, and Wilson laughed as Mrs.
After dinner Alexander took Wilson up to his study.
And another curious thing, Bartley," Wilson spoke with deliberateness and settled deeper into his chair, "is that I don't feel it any longer.
Well, I know that banshee," said Wilson, cheerfully, "ignorant as you think I am of these things.
Another example of my small suggestion," observed Wilson, quietly.
Wilson, old scout, bustle about and give us your imitation of a bridegroom mixing a "B.
Wilson sat down to a table, and began nervously chewing the handle of his umbrella.
Wilson," said George, coming up and sitting himself determinately down in front of him; "look at me, now.
Now write, 'I am very sorry that Miss Wilson saw me when I slid down the banisters this evening.
Also I was rude to Miss Wilson, and refused to leave the room when she bade me.
Wilson vouchsafed to rest her tongue for a moment, and listen in silence, while she complacently sipped her gin-and-water.
He made no reply, but looked down and bit his lip, and shortly after rose and sauntered up to Miss Wilson, as much repelled by me, I fancy, as attracted by her.