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Noun1.Auchincloss - United States writer (born in 1917)
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Louis Auchincloss has written a brief life illustrated with well-chosen pictures in Edith Wharton: A Woman in Her Time (1971).
Louis Auchincloss sternly pointed out to us that Henry James never had a worthwhile thought about politics or economics and was "simply and totally a master of fiction.
They also align well with the five dimensions of course-embedded research identified by Auchincloss et al.
The use of fixed-site monitoring data to assess residential PM exposures, as described in the studies by Auchincloss et al.
Jackie's half-brother Jamie Auchincloss said: "Jackie could be absolutely giddy and enchanting and then you'd turn around, and for no apparent reason, she'd just turn off as if someone had flipped a switch.
Amy Auchincloss, an assistant professor in the Drexel University School of Public Health.
Louis Auchincloss (1917-2010) was born into old wealth and chronicled the lives of the East Coast upper class in no fewer than 60 books, while practicing law.
The rest of the soloists including countertenors Peter Mahon and Richard Whittall, tenors Daniel Auchincloss and James Tuttle, and the very young and promising teenage sprano, Cavell Wood.
American Society of Transplantation; President-Richard Fine, MD, State University of New York at Stony Brook; President-Elect-Richard Auchincloss, Jr.
Another prosecutor, Gordon Auchincloss, asked Culkin if he thought it was appropriate that Jackson had 'pornographic' material scattered around his ranch.
These are graphic images with fingerprints we will show are particularly relevant to this case," said Deputy District Attorney Gordon Auchincloss.