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Synonyms for Willard

United States advocate of temperance and women's suffrage (1839-1898)

United States educator who was an early campaigner for higher education for women (1787-1870)

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It was an opportune to time to get stabilized financing at The Willard having just completed an extensive capital improvement and lease-up program.
At the same time, his father was experiencing health issues, and Willard thought he needed to be closer to home.
Future Mobility Solutions ("FMS" or "Company") has announced a conditional deal to take over ("Acquisition") Willard Marine Inc.
The book challenges myths about Willard and his fights related to Jack Johnson and Jack Dempsey and details his life from his childhood in Kansas and beginning his boxing career in Oklahoma, to his show business appearances, to his fights.
That was the view put forward at IFB2016 yesterday by Kate Willard, a senior executive of the Stobart Group.
THE city council has scooped a gold award at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show for the fifth year running with its display in part inspired by Birmingham's famous miniature needle artist Willard Wigan.
OPERATIC superstar Sir Willard White is to appear in Hudderseld with the New Mill Male Voice Choir, it was announced this week.
In June 2006, we described Willard Water, a liquid concentrate that is added to water for drinking or topical application.
Willard Giberson doesn't limit his collection to antique gas engines.
Actually Snitcherinos, King John has on several occasions in the past reminded listeners of his Palestinian heritage--in fact his daddy was born and raised in Jerusalem, the very city that Willard insists will be recognized as the capital of Israel when and if he becomes prexy.
Actor Fred Willard said Monday the behavior that led to his lewd conduct arrest last week at a Hollywood adult film theater was much more tame than Los Angeles police claim.
In his testimony before the House Armed Services Committee, US Pacific Commander Admiral Robert Willard defined the LeT as a "very dangerous" security threat to the entire South Asian region.
Willard is also in charge of the finances of the 128 venues that Live Nation owns or operates as a concert promoter, such as the House of Blues franchise, the Fillmore brand and the Hollywood Palladium.
Willard Powell executive VP of Geology(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
When a laptop or smartphone is stolen, the thief can easily gain access to sensitive data, including telephone numbers, bank account numbers, emails, text messages, passwords, privileged company information, and much more," explained Ken Willard, CEO.
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