Edward White

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Noun1.Edward White - United States jurist appointed chief justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1910 by President Taft; noted for his work on antitrust legislation (1845-1921)
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1965: The Gemini 4 spaceship was launched, with James McDivitt and Edward White on board.
Parkland, formal planting, a rose garden, a 600-year-old oak, pools, fountains, rills, a rockery and a Wisteria covered colonnade all sit alongside historic Stoke Park in this design from the 1930s by Edward White.
Dr Edward White, US Board Certified primary care physician at the clinic, commented: "Certain conditions such as high blood pressure levels will create serious health problems that patients may not recognise until it's too late, leading to heart attacks and stroke; if we can track blood pressure, then we can help keep patients healthy.
Winner of class 120, Edward White, also of Wooldale 240215MSUNDERLAND_01
Pattie" by James Ohio Pattie; and The Long Rifle by Steward Edward White.
Edward White first terrorised Caron Brown, 39 and Alex Gardener, 72, at the pensioner's home.
Edward White, and a counsellor and former nurse, Mrs.
Edward White, with a beer in hand and a pair of binoculars, was keeping tabs on the helicopters coming and going, while Linda Johnson, a 26-year resident of the area, said she was concerned about the nearby residents and their safety.
Edward White puts it, Beard "invited the conclusion that interests drove ideas.
Getting young people on board with energy and sustainability is so important to our future in the Northeast and across the country, so National Grid is proud to partner with GEF for the sixth year in a row," said Edward White, vice president of Customer Strategy and Environmental, National Grid.
In 1965, astronaut Edward White became the first American to walk in space during the flight of Gemini 4.
These new discoveries increase understanding of the background and motivations of the men who played baseball in its early years; for example, there is new info on William Edward White, the first African American major leaguer, who played only one game.