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English writer noted for early detective novels (1824-1889)

tall iced drink of liquor (usually gin) with fruit juice


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Collins already had left the University of Oregon and walked away from Eastern Washington University, a Division I-AA school.
Weatherly is Collins Group's second acquisition from Denver-based AIMCO (NYSE:AIV), the second largest apartment REIT in the country after Equity Residential.
The managerial staff keeps things flowing," Collins said.
Robert Collins and several others formed Harbor Cove Marina Partners (HCMP) to acquire and run a marina.
Collins said Operation Deepwater, a long-term project designed to replace all the Coast Guard's major aircraft and vessels, will bring new capabilities to the force needed at a time when operational tempo is "very, very high.
For Collins the clue to the meaning of the Soledades can be found in pansophy, an exaltation of language and literature as the key to the hidden mysteries of the universe, and in the Augustinian system of signs and correspondences uniting sensory images with a higher order of divine Truth--in other words, Renaissance Neoplatonism, and specifically the ideas of Marsilio Ficino.
Looked at in yet another way, Stanford faculty member turned researcher-consultant-author Jim Collins applies an analogy of science to best practices by making a clean distinction between the realm of physics and engineering.
With Fighting Words: Black Women and the Search for Justice, sociologist and social theorist Patricia Hill Collins extends the arguments she began eight years ago in Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment.
At least that seems to be the case for Rodney Collins, who manages several funds for J.
Although Thomson [1] and Toynbee [2] likely first described the entity now known as Treacher Collins syndrome, Treacher Collins [3] first characterized it, and thus the syndrome bears his name.
Brent Collins has spent more than a decade carving gracefully curved sculptures out of wood.
These rumors about the president, New York Times editorial writer Gail Collins tells us in her lively new book, flourished so successfully because they contained a thread of truth: a genuine public fear about the president's health.
British Army chaplain Frank Collins has no doubt when the turning point in his life took place, even though his wife Claire claims she had seen it coming for some while.
Janet Collins occupies a special place in dance history as the Metropolitan Opera's first African American prima ballerina.
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