Hawthorne


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United States writer of novels and short stories mostly on moral themes (1804-1864)

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Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness also expressed his condolences to the friends, family and employees of Hawthorne on Twitter.
NexPhase Capital (NPC) and Hawthorne Corporation formed Hawthorne in 2010 to pursue an FBO acquisition strategy.
The appendices contain selected letters and historical writing by Hawthorne, a section on Universal Reform, context surrounding women's emancipation movements, and focus on the Fugitive Slave Law.
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services (Hawthorne) announced the acquisition of Bama Air, a Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Subject to the regulatory limitations, Hawthorne may acquire, dispose of or continue to hold the shares in the normal course of its investment activities.
Independent publishing companies Hawthorne and Dzanc have merged, with Hawthorne becoming a Dzanc imprint, international book publishing news company Publishers Weekly (PW) revealed on Thursday.
Max Hawthorne (11) clinched a bronze medal in the boys' under 38kgs group and Maisie Hawthorne took the silver in the girls' under 48kgs group.
With this volume, Hawthorne joins a gradually expanding roster of American writers covered in Camden House's "Literary Criticism in Perspective" series, which features historical studies of critical and cultural reception.
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IN 1924 THE NATIONAL RESEARCH Council ran a now famous experiment at Western Electric's Hawthorne plant in Cicero, Illinois.
Bosco and Jillmarie Murphy editor; HAWTHORNE IN HIS OWN TIME: A BIOGRAPHICAL CHRONICLE OF HIS LIFE DRAWN FROM RECOLLECTIONS INTERVIEWS AND MEMOIRS OF FAMILY FRIENDS AND ASSOCIATES; University of Iowa Press $0.
Pinkett Smith's Christina Hawthorne (they capitalize the "RN" in the credits) is one tough customer--protective of her charges, and bravely holding up as a single mom a year after her husband's death.
Bell & Company, also has joined The Hawthorne Companies.
Traces how Julian Hawthorne "completely reversed his opinion" about Whitman "over the course of half a century," from praise to condemnation.
Mary Elizabeth Hawthorne Padden died peacefully in her ninety fourth year, at South Lake Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.