Phil Anderson

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Noun1.Phil Anderson - United States physicist who studied the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems (1923-)
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Among the speakers addressing the attendees of the groundbreaking event was Phil Anderson, chief investment officer of Bridge Senior Housing.
Div 2: 1 Phil Anderson (Car) 37 bih; 2 David Bell (Sill) 37 bih; 3 Colin Mason (Kes) 37.
Then Panasonic team-mate Phil Anderson said of the notoriously taciturn Millar: "He didn't seem to have the skills for getting on with men, let alone women."
2005: Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov dismissed chairman George Foulkes and chief executive Phil Anderson and put his son Roman in charge.
Andrew Reid and back-up keeper Phil Anderson were both sent off, forcing Jamie Michie to step in between the sticks before he was swapped for another outfield player Sam French.
If you want to get on, you need to know about the company's structure, its ambitions and where it stands on contentious issues, according to Phil Anderson, who teaches about office politics at Ashridge Business School.
Phil Anderson, managing director of Oasis, who also has a 25% stake in OSS Electrical, said: "Oasis is in a niche market involving design of software for use in water treatment and sewerage works.
Gerrans becomes only the sixth Australian to ever wear the yellow jersey following Stuart O'Grady, Brad McGee, Robbie McEwen, Cadel Evans and his mentor, Phil Anderson.
The Cushman and Wakefield team involved in the transaction included Richard Swartz and Phil Anderson as co-heads of Cushman & Wakefield's Senior Housing Capital Markets team, as well as senior director Jay Wagner, director Aaron Rosenzweig and associate Stuart Kim.
Phil Anderson, senior vice president/chief financial officer with Information Technology Systems under his purview.