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Synonyms for Graham

United States evangelical preacher famous as a mass evangelist (born in 1918)

United States dancer and choreographer whose work was noted for its austerity and technical rigor (1893-1991)

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Wacker offers a sympathetic interpretation, but it is one with which Graham skeptics will need to grapple.
Graham entered this world not as an activist but as a businessman.
Many people might think that fund-raising was the job of the Board of Trustees, which once succeeded in selling the site of the Martha Graham School at what seemed to be a fire sale price.
Two converging investigations led to the drug bust and Graham's arrest, officials said - a multiagency investigation into the drug ring and a nationwide manhunt for Graham.
Graham paused--and slowly began to share a personal journey which was in many ways even more remarkable than the biography of his adventures.
Once the Shockley connection was out, and Graham couldn't persuade any other Nobelists to donate, he was forced to turn to the next tier down in his pantheon of geniuses, accomplished Renaissance men who were young, smart, athletic, and handsome.
For example, a model of multicultural and anti-oppressive social work (Al-Krenawi & Graham, 2003; Mullally, 2002) is now more prevalent--and appropriately so, given the diverse nature of most Northern societies.
Prior to taking the reins at OIRA in July 2001, Graham directed the Harvard University Center for Risk Analysis, an organization that applies cost-benefit research to health and environmental decision making.
It is a modular plant that allows the project to begin its initial production within a major capital investment," says Graham "Topia intends to build more of these plants across Canada, and Sudbury is the place to do the first one.
Toronto Star's weekly Eye paper, in a column by Sky Gilbert, said on February 14 that "the first thing you need to know is that Bill Graham is gay.
Graham unveiled a new Modular Radial Wheel design for lower-volume production of single-serve, monolayer and coextruded bottles for juice or dairy markets.
Richard Move achieves the sublime and the ridiculous with his uncanny reincarnation of dance deity Martha Graham.
In the 1998 "Welsh Oaks" series on view, Graham presents images as traditionally composed as those of any academic plein-air painter of a century ago.
Graham & Whiteside, the London-based publisher of company information, has been acquired by The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Mich.