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United States chemist who developed a method of radiocarbon dating (1908-1980)

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He added: "The main goal for Libby this year is to gain as many ranking points as she can and become a national champion.
Young tennis player Libby Darley with coach Libby Fletcher
It's an honor to meet y'all," she said, though Libby never knew a single person in Cameron County ever to use the word y'all.
Libby Mae, born a healthy 7lbs 6ozs, had a heart condition.
Libby called Alisdair at Peterhead Prison to tell him - prompting him to quit his job.
Libby was killed during the commission or attempted commission of a felony carrying up to a life sentence, such as aggravated rape.
He said: "It was a real honour to unveil a memorial plaque and to dedicate the Community Caf as a symbol of the fantastic volunteering work that Libby provided to our local community.
These toxicity estimates, when final, will help secure the best path forward for asbestos cleanup and protection of public health at the Libby Superfund site.
Libby and husband Frank, 45, then found out the previous owner had reported the same fault, rejected it and got a refund after four months.
Libby started her nursing life in 1964 with four years' training at the Royal Children's Hospital Camperdown and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
I can feel a better version of me somewhere in there--hidden behind a liver or attached to a bit of spleen within my stunted, childish body--a Libby that's telling me to get up, do something, grow up, move on.
Bush's refusal to pardon Libby is subject to a number of plausible explanations, all of which put the ex-president in a favorable light.
The Criminalization of Medicine: America's War on Doctors, by Ronald T Libby, 209 pp, hardback, $49.