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Gard·ner

 (gärd′nər), Erle Stanley 1889-1970.
American lawyer and detective novelist known for creating the character of Perry Mason, a clever attorney.

Gardner

, Isabella Stewart 1840-1924.
American collector and patron of the arts. She built a Venetian Gothic palazzo in Boston to house her collection of art objects and opened it to the public in 1903.

Gardner

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(Biography) Ava. 1922–90, US film actress. Her films include The Killers (1946), The Sun also Rises (1957), and The Night of the Iguana (1964)

Gard•ner

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n.
Erle Stanley, 1889–1970, U.S. writer.
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Noun1.Gardner - United States collector and patron of art who built a museum in Boston to house her collection and opened it to the public in 1903 (1840-1924)
2.Gardner - writer of detective novels featuring Perry Mason (1889-1970)
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On the highest mountains of Brazil, some few European genera were found by Gardner, which do not exist in the wide intervening hot countries.
ASHBURNHAM -- It was 25 years ago, but Bob Wojtukiewicz -- as if holding the old scorebooks right in front of him -- recalls with precision that magical basketball season when he coached the Gardner High Wildcats to a Central Mass.
PAUL Gardner, who gained legendary status within the Welsh baseball game, passed away last weekend at the age of 62 after a battle with cancer.
It made me feel sad to realize that this is undoubtedly the last book to which Gardner paid tribute.
They have a very interesting history, and I'm trying to tell that history using our collection from the 1930s to the 1990s," said the show's curator, Tony Gardner, a university archivist.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, March 2001: Fourteen-year-old Gardner has always felt close to his father, but now that his dad has lost his job he seems to have lost his sense of direction in life, and Gardner worries that they've become estranged.
Real estate stalwart, Joseph Gardner, died at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center on March 1 following a two-year struggle with melanoma.
None of this deterred Alan Gardner, a commissioner in Utah's Washington County and vociferous critic of the 1973 Endangered Species Act, from filing an application to get the species listed under the act last December.
Judson Press has released The Words of Gardner Taylor, an extraordinary, comprehensive six-volume set of sermons and other writings that span Taylor's remarkable 50-year ministry.
Silesky, in the second biography of his career, reverently, although not artfully, casts Gardner first as a sensitive farm-boy who accidentally killed his younger brother, then as a brilliant but unsung scholar and writer, and finally as a successful, controversial, and jaded artist, whose sense of guilt destroyed him.
First, Gardner proposed Multiple Intelligences (MI) as a theory of mind, not as a method to instill joy of learning.
The two islands closest to this course were McKean and Gardner (later renamed Nikumaroro.