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No·ble

(nō'bĕl),
Charles P., U.S. gynecologist, 1863-1935. See: Noble position.

No·ble

(nō'bĕl),
Robert L., 20th-century Canadian physiologist. See: Noble-Collip procedure.
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Nobleman is in charge of both the acquisition and the real estate field teams, and he emphasizes the teamwork that characterizes their efforts and the resulting synergy.
Critic Misha Berson examines how theatre artists (including those at the Metropolitan Opera, where Thomas Hampson, in photo, recently played the title role of Mozart's Don Giovanni) are engaging the ignoble nobleman at the beginning of the 21st century.
The mutilated nobleman brought suit against Mariotto and the Cellesi clan.
As disappointment descended on the young nobleman's audience, a farmer not much older than Henri reproached him: "Monsieur Henri, if your father had been here, he would not be afraid to fight." Incensed that his honor had been questioned, the young nobleman told the farmers to come back the next morning.
In the 1980s, Mahoney teamed up with English actress Roberta Nobleman for All That I Am, a theater piece featuring a series of monologues by women attached to famous churchmen, such as Peter's wife and Augustine's mistress.
Ivars) to disguise his identity as a nobleman. The action is set in an imaginary era and the sets, also designed by Ivars, are shifted and reassembled into different formations to depict various scenes in the village, which can be somewhat distracting.
Czech archaeologists in Egypt said they have discovered a 4,300-year-old nobleman's tomb near Cairo.
Before the revolution, the individual in French society had no role unless he or she was a nobleman. After the revolution, every individual became important.
THE Duchess of York yesterday hit out at reports that she is engaged to an Italian nobleman.
Long ago, a nobleman who lived in Sandwich, England, liked to play cards.
Born in 1782, Mazenod was the son of Charles-Antoine de Mazenod, a nobleman in the town of Aix, and Marie-Rose Joannis, a member of a rich bourgeois family.
A nobleman by birth, Arnaut was a highly regarded traveling troubadour.