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Wolfe

(wulf),
John R., Scottish ophthalmologist, 1824-1904. See: Wolfe graft, Wolfe-Krause graft.
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Wolfe said the consolidation combines the strengths of exceptional medical and surgical eye care in Des Moines for pediatric patients.
During his 4-year varsity stint, the Eagles reached the regional championship game all 4 seasons, winning a Class 2A regional title during Wolfe's sophomore campaign before capturing back-to-back 1A regional crowns during his final 2 years in 2017 and 2018.
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a (https://www.justice.gov/usao-dc/pr/former-us-senate-employee-indicted-false-statements-charges) press release that Wolfe lied to FBI agents about his contacts with three reporters, including through his use of encrypted messaging applications.
Thomas Wolfe's incisive ability to capture people, places, and events draws largely from the wellspring of memory that defined his artistic consciousness.
Seattle US-based Ethernet services provider Wolfe said that it has established a new point-of-presence at Los Angeles-based colocation centre US Colo.
The Mountaineers graduated five seniors from the 2013 team, but, led by Wolfe, finished third in the team standings at the North-Central-West Sectional at the Green Hill GC.
But even as he was carrying out his rampage, Ryan Wolfe phoned his mum to confess, and later handed the police property he had taken in the break-in.
Thomas Wolfe's Of Time and the River works the strongest magic in producing these dislocations of time and space.
Kathy Wolfe, founder of the now-iconic Wolfe Video, walks down a quiet, tree-lined street in New Almaden, an unincorporated area of San Jose, Calif., where the company's offices are located.
Benjamin West's depiction of the death of British General James Wolfe during the 1759 Battle of the Plains of Abraham is a famous, yet not completely accurate painting steeped in symbolism.
Wolfe on the theatrical map: His 1986 Off-Broadway play The Colored Museum offered a tart series of "exhibits" in a sardonic tour of African-American stereotypes and tropes.