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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Wainwright analyst Edward White views the recent pullback in shares of Spectrum Pharmaceuticals as a buying opportunity.
The event took place in presence of US Charge d'Affaires, Edward White, a number of syndicate heads, owners of private hospitals, doctors, pharmacists, as well as representatives of liberal professions and insurance companies.
Remember the astronauts Virgil Grissom, Edward White, and Robert Chaffe who were all burned while testing Apollo spacecraft?
1965: The Gemini 4 spaceship was launched, with James McDivitt and Edward White on board.
In 1577, Edward White entered A Cruell Murder Donne in Kent into the Stationers' Register, a lost text that may have been a pamphlet on the subject of the crime.
Finally, "Wartime Construction Project Outcomes as a Function of Contract Type" by Ryan Hoff, Gregory Hammond, Peter Feng, and Edward White shows that in wartime contracting, although cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts exhibited greater cost and schedule growth than firm-fixed-price contracts, neither the finished quality nor the associated construction risks differed greatly between them.
White - James Edward White, 69, of Coburg died May 31.
JAMES EDWARD WHITE, the man wanted for questioning in relation to the Great Train Robbery three years earlier, was arrested in Kent, right.
It also contains a copy of the autographs of Yuri Gagarin and Edward White on their visit to United Nations.
More recent research suggests that the first black American to play in the major leagues, as herein defined, was actually William Edward White, who played one game as a substitute for the National League's Providence Grays on June 21, 1879.
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.