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Al•drich

(ˈɔl drɪtʃ)

n.
Thomas Bailey, 1836–1907, U.S. short-story writer, poet, and novelist.
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In the severity of her early resolution, she would take Aldrich out into the fields, and then look off her book toward the sky, where the lark was twinkling, or to the reeds and bushes by the river, from which the waterfowl rustled forth on its anxious, awkward flight,--with a startled sense that the relation between Aldrich and this living world was extremely remote for her.
As per the terms of the agreement, Aldrich Materials Science will market and distribute the materials immediately in most geographies, while all products will be available globally beginning in April 2015.
Aldrich, age 76, of Webster, died Friday, July 12, 2013, at UMASS Memorial Health Care - Belmont Street Campus.
was distrustful of the Aldrich theory, but I early succeeded in talking him out of that," recalled House decades later.
Two shows running concurrently, at American Fine Arts in New York and at the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut, offered in-depth looks at Dion's work from the mid-'80s to the present.
For the last 27 years, George Aldrich has been sticking his nose in the strangest things: refrigerators, socks, toothpaste, even toys.
This is essentially the groundbreaking of the project,'' said site manager Evan Aldrich, a consultant for the city who has managed other projects that include The Newhall Land and Farming Company's construction of Copper Hill Drive and its bridge.
In fact, Aldrich says, America's old rich are different in being repositories of certain values that can't survive elsewhere because they're incovenient for non-aristocratic people who are worried about getting ahead.
Aldrich and his colleagues at the Agriculture Department's Insect and Nematode Hormone Laboratory in Beltsville, Md.
Mother Nature,'' said city spokeswoman Anne Aldrich, in explaining the high numbers.
They're getting really bold; each time it's getting worse,'' said Anne Aldrich, the congregation president.
Aldrich, 58, to vice president - controller and chief accounting officer effective Thursday, September 1.