Carson McCullers

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United States novelist (1917-1967)

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Nat DiBuduo, president of Allied Grape Growers, and Carson Smith of Carson Smith Farming in Fresno were re-elected as CAWG at-large directors.
Carson Smith, assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology, provides new hope for those diagnosed with MCI, DECCAN Chronicle reported.
UTAH: Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship Program received increased funding.
Carson Smith, an assistant professor of health sciences, included in the study both people who carry a high-risk gene for Alzheimer's disease, and other healthy older adults without the gene.
The organization's first foray was a tiny special-needs voucher program called the Carson Smith bill, which was passed by the Utah legislature but vetoed by Republican governor Olene Walker.
Legislation expanded the Carson Smith Scholarship program, created in 2005, to provide tuition scholarships to children with special needs.
Chet in 1954 with Bob Brookmeyer on valve trombone and Bud Shank putting aside his usual alto for the big bad baritone, along with the rhythm section of Russ Freeman on piano, Carson Smith on bass and Shelly Manne on drums.
On that fictional map is a small, hot, dreary Georgia mill town where during the Great Depression a girl named Lula Carson Smith (known as Sister) grew into a tall, gangly misfit who fled from loneliness by playing Bach and reading Flaubert and making up stories.
Lula Carson Smith was born in Columbus, Georgia, in 1917.
Carson McCullers was born Lula Carson Smith in 1917 in Columbus, Georgia, where she spent the first seventeen years of her life.