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Abelson

(ˈeɪbəlsən)
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(Biography) Philip. 1913–2004, US physical chemist. He created (with Edwin McMillan) the first transuranic element, neptunium (1940)
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Horwitz, with help from a grant from Professional Staff Congress/ CUNY, began to collect oral histories from Talley Beatty, Elizabeth Thompson, Gene Hill Sagan, Louis Johnson, Betsy Dickerson, Michaelyn Jackson, Frances Jimenez, Delores Brown Abelson, Raven Wilkinson, Sylvester Campbell, Barbara Wright Craig, Evelyn Pilcher, Doris Jones, Sydney King, Joan Meyers Brown, Joe Nash, Bernard Johnson, Cleo Quitman, Edward Walrond, Nat Horne, Charles Queenan, and Marion Cuyjet.
He points out that beliefs are acquired through various developmental experiences and that this affects the way an individual either cherishes or is willing to relinquish their belief (Abelson & Prentice, 1989).
From this prestigious pulpit, editor Daniel Koshland and deputy editor Phillip Abelson conduct a periodic revival meeting to save the soul of science.
If some authors overinflate their titles to fatten sales or to impress tenure committees, Elaine Abelson has been overly modest.
Among his extensive contributions are two--the Scheme programming language and the text (coauthored with Harold Abelson) Structure and Intrepretation of Computer Programs--that have helped educators reshape introductory courses."
Abelson and Benson join the growing number of social historians who have finally realized the enormous importance which the great urban department stores had far into this century.
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She claimed she was not told the growth was cancerous - but district judge Michael Abelson said the dog's suffering would have been obvious.
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At the Aurora Building, 660 Main St., ArtsWorcester presents "Material Needs,'' an exhibition of work by Matt Abelson, Grace Cherubino, John LaPrade, Rose LeBeau, Irina Parfenova and Emily Sandagata.
District Judge Michael Abelson heard he now dealt in selling land in the Caribbean's Cayman Islands under a new venture, Crown Acquisitions.