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Por·ter

(pōr'tĕr),
Curt C., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Porter-Silber chromogens, Porter-Silber reaction, Porter-Silber chromogens test.

Por·ter

(pōr'tĕr),
Thomas C., British scientist, 1860-1933. See: Ferry-Porter law.

Por·ter

(pōr'tĕr),
William H., Irish surgeon, 1790-1861. See: Porter fascia.
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Martin said in a radio interview that Porter would definitely not play Saturday against LSU and almost certainly would not play Tuesday against Ole Miss.
Porter's second wife, Jennifer Willoughby, also described for the Daily Mail how Porter once dragged her naked and wet from the shower to yell at her.
Judge Elizabeth Nicholls told Porter he could have killed his partner, Joanna Brophy, and her baby.
So much of what Guinness was is part of who we are now, and our brewers are very proud of that storied brewing history which makes the Dublin Porter and West Indies Porter so exciting - it's a collaboration between our brewers past and present.
As Porter and his armed men rowed toward shore on their memorable brief stop on Ua Huka, three naked teenaged girls swam to meet them, "willing to gratify every wish" (184).
At the outset of the trek, my porter colleagues didn't know what to make of me.
That would mean a day without work and pay," said the porter, who was suspended from his job last week.
Lal Din, another porter said that price hike had badly disturbed the kitchen of poor people, moreover, he added that shortage of trains had almost ruined their business.
It would seem that the pressure to author a product that would be widely read by individuals having intimate knowledge of Porter was advantageous to the author.
I had done quite a few things before getting the job at Jesus but I love being a university porter.
He refused to identify himself and told the endoscopy nurse management was to be contacted if a porter was needed.
Porter is a type of ale, a top-fermenting style of beer that gets its dark ruby to black color from roasted malted barley.