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Wright

(rīt),
Basil Martin, British bioengineering clinician, 1912-2001. See: Wright respirometer.

Wright

(rīt),
James Homer, U.S. pathologist, 1869-1928. See: Wright stain.

Wright

(rīt),
Marmaduke Burr, U.S. obstetrician, 1803-1879. See: Wright version.
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Wright's Furniture & Flooring is a fifth generation family-owned business that is celebrating its 130th anniversary this year.
Fiscal Lisa Lamm told the court Wright, whose address was given in court papers as HMP Addiewell, wanted to moved back into the home but the woman refused.
Though Knight's analysis arose from Black Arts Movement (BAM) ideology, he was also extending the practice of downgrading Wright's output from the generation of black male writers preceding his.
Harold Wright's sister Suzan (Wright) Gates was an 1983 graduate and her husband, Winston Gates, was a 1994 SWOSU graduate.
Hall misquotes the conclusion of Wright's "A Blessing," which reads: "Suddenly I realize /That if I stepped out of my body I would break / Into blossom."
Wright, who was a Memphis native, played for five team over 13 seasons, including for the Cavaliers.
"We're really pleased the event raised a great sum for the good causes the Wright Hassall Charitable Trust supports and we thank everyone who contributed to making the quiz a great success."
In 1909 Wright abandoned his wife and children for Martha 'Mamah' Borthwick, the wife of one of his clients, and the couple went to Europe to escape the ensuing scandal.
Even after his career collapsed in 1989, when an ethics scandal forced him to become the first speaker in history to resign, Wright insistently portrayed himself as a lucky man.
According to the Company, pro-forma projected net revenues of $121 million and projected EBITDA of $58.8 million for the first twelve months of operation of the Wright companies after closing.
Police uncovered the scale of the fraud while investigating the activities of members of the Wright family, from Burnhope, who came to national prominence in 2009 when two local streets they had named after themselves were renamed by officers in a bid to bolster public confidence.