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seely

(ˈsiːlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
obsolete Scot happy
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On the evening of September 14th, 2017, out dear friend and colleague Dugald Seely, wearing a tuxedo with a black tie, was awarded the Rogers Prize at an elegant banquet in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Gates Corporation, a global diversified provider of power transmission and fluid conveyance solutions, has named Jamey Seely as its new executive vice president and general counsel, effective September 5, 2017.
Author John Seely Brown is former research scientist at Xerox Corporation, now affiliated with DeloitteAEs Center for the Edge.
The new directors include Kathleen Sebelius, Wayne S DeVeydt, Mark Altmeyer, Keith Manchester, MD, Vivek Ramaswamy and Lynn Seely, MD.
NYSE: MGT) has appointed Bryan Seely, an ethical hacker and author of Cyber Fraud: The Web of Lies, to its Hacker Advisory Board, the company said.
In addition, Lynn Seely, MD, an endocrinologist who led the development of XTANDI (enzalutamide) for the treatment of prostate cancer as the Chief Medical Officer of Medivation from 2005 to 2015, was named the President & Chief Executive Officer of Myovant Sciences, Inc.
Seely, an African-American carpenter who, with his brother Willard, had a successful home-building business that catered to the waves of black Southerners moving north as part of the Great Migration.
Warrior posthumously received his honorary medal in a special ceremony at the Imperial War Museum in London on Tuesday, accepted by horseracing legend Brough Scott MBE, grandson of Warrior's owner and rider, General Jack Seely.
com/sports/nba-trade-rumors-kris-humphries-to-miami-heat/article/369157) According to Larry Seely of the Digital Journal , the Celtics could make a deal with their former Eastern Conference rival for Humphries, who is doing pretty well on the floor as of late.
Seely Mint's peppermint patties are handcrafted using mint oil made from mint that's grown on their family farm in Oregon.
NOW is the right time to look again at Brough Scott's affectionate account of the life of his grandfather, Jack Seely.
To my amazement," Jack Seely later wrote, "Warrior made no attempt to run away.