Carl Anderson

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Noun1.Carl Anderson - United States physicist who discovered antimatter in the form of an antielectron that is called the positron (1905-1991)
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9, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In testimony before the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organization, Carl Anderson, CEO and Chairman of the Board of the Knights of Columbus today provided four policy recommendations to address the on-going crisis of Christian and other religious minorities in Syria and Iraq.
HULKING Carl Anderson strangled his on-off partner in a jealous rage then left her body in his bed while he went on the run.
Carl Anderson is charged with her murder and was brought to the city's crown court for a preliminary hearing.
This is a concrete response to the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Iraq and to the urgent appeals from the region as well as Pope Francis' request for material assistance for those affected by this persecution," Supreme Knight Carl Anderson said in a statement.
PC McGinn was pinned against an Erdington lamp-post last June by a car driven by career criminal Carl Anderson.
8221; The wonderful Yvonne Elliman joins Ted for their duet “Up Where We Belong” and the late, great Carl Anderson is featured in the reimagined “God's Gift To The World.
Carl Anderson had been charged with attempting to murder Pc Peter McGinn but pleaded guilty to the lesser charge during a hearing at Birmingham Crown Court.
This expansion of wireless broadband service in Georgetown is excellent news for consumers and businesses, said state Representative Carl Anderson (D-Georgetown).
The film centres on the conflict between Judas and Jesus during the week before the crucifixion of Jesus Stars Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson were nominated for two Golden Globe Awards in 1974 for their portrayals of Jesus and Judas, respectively.
West Midlands Police said Carl Anderson, 50, had been charged with attempted murder, dangerous driving, burglary and assault.
In 1932, physicist Carl Anderson saw Dirac's positively charged electron in cloud chamber tracks, dubbing it "positron.