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United States actress noted for her performances in Broadway plays (1893-1974)

United States businessman who unified the telegraph system in the United States and who in 1865 (with Andrew D

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6, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- After two decades of dynamic growth that has transformed Weill Cornell Medical College into a global healthcare leader, the institution announced today a new name -- Weill Cornell Medicine -- which more comprehensively captures the full scope of its mission.
On his 13th career album (and second solo outing) "Carry On," Cornell carries on about nothingness and matters of the heart, both brutal and blissful.
Cornell said he and Drinan "never really discussed legislation because, when it came to issues such as civil rights and things of that nature, we generally agreed.
the NYC-based architecture firm of record for the renovation, and Mohsen Mostafavi, the Dean of the College of Architecture, Art and Planning at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
That's the journal that in April 2005 rocked the birding world by publishing the Cornell group's contention that at least one of the big, showy birds survives in flooded lowlands of Arkansas' Big Woods (SN: 5/7/05, p.
Cornell officials don't seem to have focused on what the women ate, although most official attention went to men's sports, and women's teams were fielded with difficulty.
Even though the work on the martian surface has just begun, the team at JPL and Cornell has already provided us with priceless inspiration and new ways to see our universe,'' Boehlert said.
This is an interdisciplinary approach to good science with an obvious technological import," said Cornell chemist Francis DiSalvo.
The University of Minnesota, Rice University, Cornell University and University of Virginia, among others, ban the practice on the grounds that academic merit should be earned.
Taiwan's former President Lee Teng-hui on Wednesday called for closer academic exchanges between Taiwan and the United States in a speech at his alma mater Cornell University that kept clear of politics.
Cornell argues that there are two key notions to be considered in order to do justice to the phenomenon of holiness in an Islamic context, one is wilaya (closeness), the other walaya (authority).
Although he embraced Surrealism, designing the cover for the 1936 book that gallerist Julian Levy named for the movement, and displaying his works in the landmark exhibit that accompanied it, Cornell distanced himself from most of its frat-house boisterousness and disorganized its calculated sex games in favor of a miasma of longing and erotic quandary.
The centerpiece--indeed, the raison d'etre --of "in resonance" is a collection of Du champ-related ephemera, the so-called Duchamp Dossier, gathered by Joseph Cornell (1903-1972) and discovered in his home after his death.
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