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Collins

1. Michael. 1890--1922, Irish republican revolutionary: a leader of Sinn Féin; member of the Irish delegation that negotiated the treaty with Great Britain (1921) that established the Irish Free State
2. (William) Wilkie. 1824--89, British author, noted particularly for his suspense novel The Moonstone (1868)
3. William. 1721--59, British poet, noted for his odes; regarded as a precursor of romanticism
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Collins then started sifting through recruiting letters he received while playing high school football in Zillah, Wash.
Collins Group LLC is already a respected name in the metro Atlanta area, with acquisition activity there approaching thirty-five hundred units so far this year.
They may be (residents) for seven days or for four-to-six weeks," Collins said.
Plans call for the Coast Guard to replace all ships in what the Service calls its "white hull fleet"--the patrol boat, law enforcement and security fleets that Collins acknowledged are "old and tired.
Born in McComb, Mississippi in the era of segregation, Collins grew up idolizing King.
Collins concludes her study with a similarly thorough examination of court masques, like the Soledades hybrid structures "composed of music, dance, drama, narrative, and spectacle" (199).
When it comes to engineering, Collins argues, "Be it mechanical, electrical, biological, the practices constantly evolve and change.
Collins reprises her theory of black women as "outsiders-within" white institutions.
Collins says his picks met most of his expectations for growth, and were either helped or hurt by economic forces such as rising commodity prices.
Perhaps the most life-threatening concomitant morbidities in patients with Treacher Collins syndrome are respiratory problems and respiratory failure.
Sequin and Collins described their joint work at the Art and Mathematics Conference this month in Berkeley, Calif.
Gossip, Collins argues, "provides an insight into what's bothering Americans -- maybe not as precisely as a random cross-sample poll of the voting public, but with a little more flavor.

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