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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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In his new role, Veich will oversee five divisions that are dedicated to supporting Weill Cornell Medicines mission to deliver exemplary patient care, make groundbreaking discoveries and educate the next generation of health care leaders.
In his toxicology report, it was discovered that Cornell had various types of drugs in his system.
August 5 ( ANI ): Toni Cornell, the 12-year-old daughter of late singer Chris Cornell, gave an emotional tribute to his father Chris Cornell and his best friend Chester Bennington by singing 'Hallelujah' with OneRepublic, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
This undeniable bond may or may not have been a factor in 41-year-old Bennington's decision to take his own life on the same day Cornell would have turned 53.
Michael Pigott's book Joseph Cornell versus Cinema addresses the gap in knowledge concerning Cornell's film work, examining some of his key films and illuminating similarities between his practice and contemporary media culture.
The search engine giant announced today that the company is donating 22,000 square feet in its New York City headquarters in Chelsea (a truly enormous building that, in fact, used to be what the Port Authority bus terminal is now) to the Cornell school for up to five-and-a-half years, so that classes may begin immediately.
Cornell Dubilier Foil produces foils used as components for the making of electrolytic capacitors.
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.
Oh no, it doesn't, says the Cornell University team that originally identified the bird.
Deborah Cornell and Bill Darby, a husband and wife duo, maintain a multi-faceted operation with about 160 elk on their 162-acre farm, 16 kilometres west of Fort Frances.
Smith was a single-sex women's college in rural Massachusetts; Cornell was a coeducational college in upstate New York; and Spelman was a black women's college in Atlanta, Georgia.
The House voted 389-0 to approve the resolution commending JPL, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Cornell University ``for their years of effort leading up to the successful entry, descent, landing and operation of the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the Martian surface.
Armed with good humor and lots of insect repellant, a group of Cornell University students, staff; faculty and assorted herpetologists spent last summer building a "toad tunnel" to allow amphibians safe passage across a preserve near campus.
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