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Synonyms for Anderson

United States author whose works were frequently autobiographical (1876-1941)

United States physicist who studied the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems (1923-)

United States dramatist (1888-1959)

United States contralto noted for her performance of spirituals (1902-1993)

United States physicist who discovered antimatter in the form of an antielectron that is called the positron (1905-1991)

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Hamstring and knee issues also have plagued the veteran in recent seasons, so if there is a way for Anderson to take it easy on his legs, the Angels will lean that direction.
Technology is the ability to empower individuals to change the world," says Anderson, who joined Wired after stints at The Economist, Nature, and Science.
Three years ago, while working in New York at different dental practices, including her own, Anderson saw a woman on the crosstown bus struggling with a hand bag, a tote bag, and a paper bag.
Bishop William Anderson of the northern British Columbia diocese of Caledonia is facing possible disciplinary action after licensing a former Episcopalian priest in the United States diocese of Wyoming.
Paul Allen Anderson, Deep River: Music and Memory in Harlem Renaissance Thought.
by Stanice Anderson Warner Books, November 2002 $21.
Once Anderson Design decided to make its own prototype models directly from Pro-Engineer CAD data, the question was how to do it affordably.
Lester Anderson realized that this demand for timely delivery of the prices could be turned into dollars.
tour, artistic director Reid Anderson works to refurbish house that Cranko built
Although Anderson observes in her program note that only "approximately ten percent" of Melville's novel appears in her piece, she does faithfully retell the tale of Captain Ahab's monomaniacal pursuit of the white whale.
When Judith Anderson made this print she had been studying Jung's thought and her own dreams for some months, preoccupied by the archetype of the Great Mother.
Five years later, ensconced in a hotel room in Paraguay for three months with Ayers and their almost-adopted infant son, Raphael, Anderson pounded out the screenplay on her laptop while waiting for the bureaucratic breakthrough that would let them leave the country as a family.
Anderson said some months after the historic first treatment.