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Synonyms for Faulkner

United States novelist (originally Falkner) who wrote about people in the southern United States (1897-1962)

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Faulkner joined Bar staff in 1971 to coordinate the rapidly growing disciplinary program, and it was under his leadership that the grievance department experienced major developments, most notably from a volunteer, single-headquarters system to a salaried full-time staff with a professional branch system in major Florida cities.
FIS' main subscription products include: Faulkner's Advisory on Computer and Telecommunications Technology, Enterprise Communications, IT Asset Management and Security Management Practices, a new monthly information service for chief security officers.
Faulkner is now a regular contributor on WLWT News Channel 5 television, and to other news and business publications.
"Improved technology allows for better diagnosis and quicker treatment," Faulkner says.
But Faulkner, 29, said there had been a misunderstanding.
There was a "certain amount of bad feeling" between the family and the 24-year-old victim, who is in a relationship with Gary Faulkner Snr's daughter, Ellie.
Further, series 2016A bondholders have a mortgage lien on Faulkner's main campus in Montgomery, Alabama.
These three volumes from the "Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha" series comprise scholarly papers presented at the University of Mississippi's annual Faulkner conference in 2013, 2014, and 2015, respectively.
Christopher Rieger (Rieger for short hereinafter): The Center for Faulkner Studies here at Southeast Missouri State University was established in 1989 at the same time that we acquired the Louis Daniel Brodsky collection of William Faulkner materials.
This may have been an inauspicious beginning for this Nobel Prize-winning author, but the Faulkner story begins here.
The decline of the Fayetteville Shale natural gas fields cost jobs in Faulkner County, but a diverse economy led by sales, office and administrative professions is keeping the unemployment rate near historic lows, according to data presented at Outlook Conway on Tuesday.
The forty-sixth annual Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha conference will examine Faulkner's many families--actual and imagined--as especially revealing windows onto his work and his world.
is perhaps William Faulkner's most radical experiment in the perspectivism of storytelling.
Mark Faulkner pocketed more than PS1,200 from a charity fund set up in memory of tragic schoolboy Lewis Edge and even acted as a pallbearer at the teen's funeral.