Patterson


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 (păt′ər-sən)
American family of journalists, including Robert Wilson Patterson (1850-1910), editor in chief of the Chicago Tribune (1899-1910); his son Joseph Medill Patterson (1879-1946), who founded (1919) the New York Daily News; and his daughter Eleanor Medill Patterson (1884-1948), who founded (1939) the Washington Times-Herald.
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There's Timothy Patterson. He's the meanest man alive--meaner'n Sam Kinnaird even.
He sent his box to Harrington Street by Carter Patterson and on Monday morning went with Athelny to the shop.
Tell Inspector Patterson that the papers which he needs to convict the gang are in pigeonhole M., done up in a blue envelope and inscribed "Moriarty." I made every disposition of my property before leaving England, and handed it to my brother Mycroft.
Then he's going to take a little mission church down on Patterson Street in the slums.
Patterson synthesizes a variety of scholarly material to provide the answers to post-conflict questions that have not been asked in decades.
KILLER Glen Patterson may never be released from a secure hospital if he continues to pose a risk to the public, a top doctor has said.
(White) Patterson, 80, a longtime resident of Southboro, died on Monday, June 2, after a long battle with cancer.
Former US Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson left office last August.
Patterson, president and chief executive officer, effective May 15, 2014.
New details of the case have emerged as Glen Patterson made his first appearance in front of a Crown Court judge yesterday.
The bad news kept coming for Avery Patterson in November.