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Haworth

(ˈhaʊəθ)
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(Placename) a village in N England, in Bradford unitary authority, West Yorkshire: home of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë. Pop: 6078 (2001)

Haworth

(ˈhaʊəθ)
n
(Biography) Sir Walter Norman. 1883–1950, British biochemist, who shared the Nobel prize for chemistry (1937) for being the first to synthesize ascorbic acid (vitamin C)

Ha•worth

(ˈhɑ wərθ, ˈhɔ-)

n.
Sir Walter Norman, 1883–1950, English chemist.
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Yesterday," he said one morning after an absence, "I went to Thwaite for mother an' near th' Blue Cow Inn I seed Bob Haworth.
Miss Bronte, a product and embodiment of the strictest religious sense of duty, somewhat tempered by the liberalizing tendency of the time, was the daughter of the rector of a small and bleak Yorkshire village, Haworth, where she was brought up in poverty.
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Haworth will oversee the 62-year-old nonprofit's efforts to advance health and welfare research that protects, treats and cures companion animals, horses and wildlife worldwide.
PHIL HAWORTH could have had a career in law accounting after studying the subject at Newcastle University, but after his passion for racing proved impossible to shake off, he instead embarked on a career in bloodstock that has allowed him to work with some of the finest establishments worldwide.
The American, formerly London-based, artist Jann Haworth used to be quite a familiar name connected with 1960s Pop Art.
Adam Haworth and a friend had been out drinking when they approached Rosita Apaza as she was busking in the doorway of Fenwick department store, Northumberland Street, Newcastle, in the early hours of the morning.
The Senate Judiciary Committee heard that request from 12th Circuit Chief Judge Lee Haworth at a January 14 meeting in Tallahassee.
Taylor & Francis (Philadelphia, PA), a unit of Informa Group (London), has entered into an agreement to acquire The Haworth Press (Binghamton, NY), a publisher of 194 scholarly/academic journals and approximately 150 books/ monographs yearly, from company co-founder Bill Cohen and management.
Haworth started seeing orders evaporate in March 2001.
Taylor & Francis (Philadelphia, PA), a unit of Informa Group (London), has entered into an agreement to acquire The Haworth Press (Binghamton, NY), a publisher of 194 scholarly/academic journals, including seven law-related titles, and approximately 150 new books/monographs yearly, from company co-founder Bill Cohen and management.
As a teenager, Sabrena Haworth worked as a box girl at a grocery store called Oregon Foods on Yolanda Avenue.