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Synonyms for Herschel

English astronomer (son of William Herschel) who extended the catalogue of stars to the southern hemisphere and did pioneering work in photography (1792-1871)

English astronomer (born in Germany) who discovered infrared light and who catalogued the stars and discovered the planet Uranus (1738-1822)

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But by the time he went to trial, Herschell seemed to have abandoned plans for a gender reassignment and it was not mentioned during the case.
Specifically, the Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum which is the world's oldest museum dedicated to the construction of carousels, and housed in a 100-year-old carousel factory, will be able to expand the reach of its educational programming from students in elementary grades to include middle and high school students as well.
Herschell Gordon Lewis appears to have lived several lives, as a teacher, a direct marketer and a movie director.
Employees at Buffalo Bolt, Buffalo Pumps, Armstrong Pumps, Allan Herschell, Auto Wheel Coaster, and other industries along Oliver Street fed the many small shops and restaurants and bars that thrived there.
George Herschell, address supplied It's great, but I do think it should be #higher.
Herschell Taghap manages social media for Tom Douglas Restaurants, a group of 15 establishments based in Seattle.
Among the most important committees that were drawn up to find a solution to this question was the Herschell Committee in 1892-3 and the Fowler Committee in 1898.
An expert on carousels, he particularly loved the Herschell Spillman merry-go-rounds of the 1950's with their clean flourishes and bold colors.
Discerning which disorders fall under the DBD umbrella can be confusing since the number and type of conditions covered by this classification differs in the literature, ranging from two to five distinct diagnoses (American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2013; Auger, 2011; Kaffenberger, 2011; Lumley, McNeil, Herschell, & Bahl, 2002; Schutter et al, 2011).
Although treatment manuals are only one component of an EST, the most common form of learning about and becoming trained in ESTs is by reading these manuals (Herschell, Kolko, Baumann, Abigail, & Davis, 2010).
Chapter 2 describes the pre-cursors to the slasher film and pays dutiful attention to the Theater of the Grand Guignol of Paris, Psycho (1960), Peeping Tom (1960), and Herschell Gordon Lewis' z-grade splattery shockers.
One of the foremost educational challenges for communities in rural and remote Australia has been the ability to attract and retain teachers (Hudson & Millwater 2010; Graham, Miller & Patterson, 2009; Hudson & Hudson, 2008; Roberts, 2004; Vinson, 2002, Yarrow, Herschell & Millwater, 1999).
Herschell Gordon Lewis, con William Kerwin y Mal Arnold.
Nichola Herschell, 23, spoke out after an inquest this week heard she attacked Leslie Metcalfe in self-defence.