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 (kăb′əl), James Branch 1879-1958.
American writer best known for a series of satirical novels, including Jurgen (1919), set in a fictitious medieval French province called Poictesme.
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Cabell has knowledge in business ownership, civil and structural engineering, project management, and risk management.
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A public health investigation and response conducted by the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health (BPH) and CHHD identified 20 opioid overdose cases within a 53-hour period in Cabell County; all cases included emergency department (ED) encounters.
Miki Cabell grew up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota and dropped out of school in 6th grade.
Other readers thought the search for ET might require new definitions for life: "Maybe ribose is ET," said Cabell Smith, drawing a connection between the special issue and Christopher Crockett's "Ribose could have formed in space" (SN: 4/30/16, p.
Hannah Cabell is especially good as the only one of these patient women who escapes his wrath because he finds her charming--and even tries to charm her in return, by executing a little tap dance.