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United States social reformer who pioneered in the reform of prisons and in the treatment of the mentally ill

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Glyn Dix, 51, used a knife, hacksaw and scissors to cut second wife Hazel's body into 16 pieces at their home.
In this newly created, executive-level position, Dix will focus on strengthening Lockton's human capital strategy to continue attracting and developing best-in-class talent.
Sur les plus de 140.000 patients retenus, 0,9% ont rapporte un AVC, 29,6% (42.542) des temps de travail prolonges et 10,1% (14.481) des temps de travail prolonges sur plus de dix ans, indique l'Assistance Publique des hopitaux de Paris dans un communique.
In the study, which was recently published in the Howard Journal of Communications, Dix identifies 23 HBCU women's basketball teams and 310 women's basketball teams from predominantly White institutions (PWIs).
Judge Robert Brown sentenced Elian Dix to three years detention.
A statement on the Flint website said Dix was later transferred to two hospitals for treatment on his injury.
In the 52-second video, posted Monday on the liberal news website Iowa Starting Line, Senate Majority Leader Bill Dix, a Republican who is married, is seen sitting next to the woman on bar stools.
Dix will oversee his wealth management client and will take over the role as Dallas Market Manager.
Dix stayed on the Sport Newcastle dinner committee, was appointed secretary in 2000, and made up to president (as well as secretary) last year.
SIR - Councillor Nigel Dix (WM letters, October 8) bemoans the Tories yet again.
Into this milieu stepped Dorothea Dix, a social reformer and advocate for "the helpless and forgotten" who would be pronounced by Charles Sumner as "herself alone a whole Prison Discipline Society" (Brown, 1998, p.