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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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'We are excited to share our Fantastic Beasts collection,' said Allison Spampanato, Senior Vice President of Product Development, Pottery Barn Teen.
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ISLAMABAD: The traditional hand-made 'clay pottery' from Chishtian city in Bahawalnagar district of Punjab is gaining worldwide popularity due to its all-natural benefits and affordable unique designs.
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