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Synonyms for Beecher

United States clergyman who was a leader for the abolition of slavery (1813-1887)

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44) James Wiggins to Beecher, September 10, 1865, Folder 22, Schlesinger Library.
Following upon the heels of Beecher's Life of Jesus, his sister, Harriet Beecher Stowe published her own biographical account of Jesus, titled Footsteps of the Master in 1877.
Maintaining the premise that "Adam's sin was his own, and no one else's," Beecher concluded, "It never descended.
Youngsters from the new children's centre, primary school and Beecher Bear nursery are making drawings of their favourite storybook characters and nursery rhymes to decorate one of the poles, fitting in with this year as the National Year of Reading.
Hugh Beecher and Rick Gordon are very accomplished portfolio managers who share First Republic's commitment to delivering exceptional client service," said Katherine August-deWilde, President of First Republic Bank.
Beecher started his jewelry business in 1826 in Southbridge, and was soon making frames on the second floor of the business, where Robert Cole was his apprentice.
Harriet Beecher Stowe is the subject of Halpern's second chapter.
5 million transaction to acquire insurance broker Beecher Carlson.
Instructing the series is Jack Beecher, recent retiree from the US Army Corps of Engineers who launching an LLC that will aid Small Businesses in a variety of ways; Brad Reaves, a lawyer with expertise of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Small Business Regulations; Scott Mahorsky, President of Mahorsky Group, Inc.
Llamau's Frances Beecher said that the policy would see the Welsh Government fighting to stem a "tidal wave" of homelessness.
CorVel is represented by James Beecher of Hackett, Beecher and Hart in Seattle.
Beecher said in an interview "Some patients in my practice increase the dose on their own to 20 or 30 mg/day or more.
Gavin Shaun Beecher, 24, had been getting the heroin to feed his own habit from drug dealers on tick.
If you take a real close look at the teams that have brought home two Risk & Insurance[R] Theodore Roosevelt Workers' Compensation and Disability Management Awards in the past five years you will find Beecher Carlson's Kevin Grady.
Le traduzioni sono quelle precedentemente pubblicate nella fortunata serie Carleton Renaissance Plays, di cui Beecher e stato il curatore, con l'eccezione di I suppositi di cui si utilizza la traduzione pubblicata nel 1975 dalla University of Chicago Press.