Thayer


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Thay•er

(ˈθeɪ ər, θɛər)

n.
Sylvanus, 1785–1872, U.S. army officer and educator.
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to Virginia McHaney Thayer and Merton Edward Thayer.
A $25 million gift--the single largest in the 149-year history of the school--will be used to significantly expand Dartmouth College's Thayer School of Engineering.
11) From 1991 to December 2008, Plaintiff Susan Thayer worked as the center manager of Planned Parenthood's Storm Lake, Iowa clinic.
Thayer's father had gone down with the ship; haunted by his loss and survivor's guilt, Thayer sought to honor his father by recounting the painful memories of his harrowing near-death experience.
LANCASTER -- Virtuoso violinist Dawn Harms will present a benefit recital for the Thayer Performing Arts Center and Community Music School on Sunday, April 12, at 3 p.
A) has taken over US real estate investment firm Thayer Lodging Group Inc, the target said today without disclosing the value of the deal.
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Poplar Bluff, Missouri-based Southern Missouri Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ: SMBC) has said that it has completed the acquisition of Ozarks Legacy Community Financial, Thayer, Missouri, and its subsidiary, the Bank of Thayer.
NASDAQ: SMBC) and Bank of Thayer parent corporation Ozarks Legacy Community Financial, Inc.
Riverstone Residential Group promoted Michael Thayer to Vice President.
In the letter the county released to the media Thursday, Eugene business attorney Alan Thayer Jr.
Jack' Thayer III, a 17-year-old heir to a Pennsylvania railroad fortune, was one of the few people who lived to tell the tale of the 'unsinkable' ship's fate.