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United States collector and patron of art who built a museum in Boston to house her collection and opened it to the public in 1903 (1840-1924)

writer of detective novels featuring Perry Mason (1889-1970)

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Reverend Gardner states, "I recognized the sustainable benefits for youth to improve their income, education, and self-esteem through the program, which has steered them away from gang activity - a prime objective that helps the entire community.
Heifer International salutes Reverend Howard and Mary Gardner for empowering residents of the Centennial neighborhood with opportunities to promote self-reliance while restoring community pride and safety through environmental responsibility.
David and Tom Gardner, founders of The Motley Fool online investors forum, based in Alexandria, Va.
He made jokes; that's how he got away with it,'' said 31-year-old David Gardner, the elder of the two brothers.
Then David Gardner quipped: ``He's not our dad, OK?
com) the leading global supplier of hard-to-find books, and Gardners Books, the UK's largest book wholesaler, today announced that they have partnered to make locating hard-to-find, out-of-print materials easy and efficient throughout the UK.
This partnership with Alibris is a further demonstration of Gardners commitment to providing booksellers with an enhanced selection of titles and consequently, the ability to provide a new dimension to their customer service offering," said Bob Jackson, Commercial Director of Gardners Books.
Gardners Books Ltd are the UK's largest book wholesaler stocking in excess of 280,000 titles.
The idea of a center, which Hayes and Gardner had discussed on their own, was pitched to medical center administrators, who liked what they heard.
For four years, my son did not sleep,'' Chuck Gardner, one of the parents who started Project Hope, said of his autistic son Chas, now 5.
Gardner, a housing contractor, is married to Sarah Gardner, a news anchor.
From the family home in West Covina, Tom Gardner approached the subject as he would an appointment to get his gums scraped.
Jelani Gardner ultimately asked for a release from his scholarship and transferred to Pepperdine to play for Romar, who, as an assistant coach at UCLA, had been central to the Bruins' recruitment of him.