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United States novelist (1862-1937)

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In the same report, Wharton GC said it had completed a deal at the end of last year to sell a nonvoting stake in the firm to an outside investor, marking the first time the firm made such a transaction.
Wharton was probably the first black professional footballer in the 1800s.
Despite not knowing who, if any, of the youngsters was responsible, Wharton spat in the 15-year-old girl's face, knocked her to the ground and began punching, kicking and stamping on her.
During a recent visit to the UAE, Dr Thomas Robertson, Dean of The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, announced that since the launch of its Entrepreneurship & Family Business research centre, more than 20 projects have been funded.
On the day they wed Mr Wharton signed the papers to leave his estate to his wife, who had been his partner for 32 years.
Wharton Equity Partners, in partnership with Gould Investors LP, has sold a portfolio of approximately 6,500 storage units located in New York City and Westchester.
Field attendees include operations officers from major military commands, the current theater support commands, and joint commands, Wharton said.
One promising source: The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania received $10 million from alumnus Alfred P.
As editor Frederick Wegener observes, Wharton studies have been characterized by psychologically- and biographically-oriented scholarship, from the landmark biography of R.
Reid scored a slick points victory to deny Yorkshireman Wharton in his third attempt to win the world crown.
In Shari Benstock's Women of the Left Bank Edith Wharton figures briefly as one of twenty-two expatriate women whose artistic talents led them to seek a society then congenial to that quality in women.
earlier this year, Wharton described himself as "a recent refugee from the wars of Washington.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvaniaistoday releasing some of the most significant developments of the School and its students over the past decade, as part of activities celebrating the 10th anniversary of its West Coast campus, Wharton | San Francisco.
8, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative (WCAI), a research center at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, is pleased to announce a new workshop for analytics professionals, "Probability Models for Customer-Base Analysis.
In another instance, Wharton purchased a 41-acre parcel of land in Rye, NY from the Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research.