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Pot·ter

(pot'ĕr),
Edith L., early 20th-century U.S. perinatal pathologist. See: Potter disease, Potter facies, Potter syndrome.

Pot·ter

(pot'ĕr),
Irving White, U.S. obstetrician, 1868-1956.
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I researched and learned everything I could about transporting waste material and the process of how to bid on contracts and start my business," says Potter.
The move to nonmedical waste management was a good one for Potter.
The Company conducts operations through two principal businesses: the Chemicals division, which develops, manufactures and sells silicate-based specialty chemicals, and the Potters division, which manufactures and sells highly engineered solid and hollow glass spheres.
Potters operates branch offices in East Liverpool, Calcutta and Glenmoor, Ohio, as well as in Beaver, Pennsylvania.
McKay said the Potters acquisition fits into United Community's long-term strategic plan to grow through product and geographic expansion.
I'm very excited that the Harry Potter book is coming out,'' said 12-year-old Alexander Tasoff of West Hills.
It's just amazing how the Harry Potter books reach so many different people.
Tens of thousands of children and adults are expected to be on hand as the clock strikes midnight to ensure that they get their copies of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix as soon as possible.