Dubois


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Dubois

(djuːˈbwɑː)
n
(Biography) W(illiam) E(dward) B(urghardt). 1868–1963, US Black sociologist, writer, and political activist; a founder of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
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May I relate the idyl of your tragic passion, dear Dubois, as an object lesson?
Often, just as he was beginning to understand the idea in the mind of anyone he was talking to, and was beginning to explain his own, he would suddenly be told: "But Kauffmann, but Jones, but Dubois, but Michelli?
Blessed be Sargent, Ahrens, and the Dubois brothers, who invented the cloud-breakers of the world whereby we travel in security!
Daniel Dubois andAnthony Yardeagain demonstrated the brutal power that has catapulted them to the top of British boxing's 'must-watch' list.
DuBois-based CNB Commercial Banking has said that it has hired a new head to lead its operations in DuBois, Pennsylvania.
Knockout specialist Daniel Dubois, 19, is the heavyweight name on everybody's lips.
World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim announced the appointment of Pascale Helene Dubois as World Bank Group Vice President for Integrity.
As the title indicates, she was a diplomat and agent of the United States government, however contents of the book indicate that DuBois was, foremost, an educator and social scientist.
Dubois was born in Woonsocket, the daughter of the late Maurice Paul and Cecile (Brunet) Branconnier.
Elizabeth DuBois may be a native of New York's Westchester County and a resident of Manhattan, but since opening the West Village shop Flat 128 last fall, her life has become decidedly British.
El estudio marco puede ser atribuido al estudio en seres humanos publicado por los hermanos Dubois y Dubois (1915); vale la pena mencionar que el estudio inicial constaba con solo cinco pacientes, en los que se utilizaron siete segmentos del cuerpo, con la deduccion subsiguiente de la formula matematica que hoy conocemos.