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Woods, William Burnham

(1824–87) Supreme Court justice; born in Newark, Ohio. He served the Union Army and fought in several major Civil War battles, earning the rank of brigadier general. He was appointed a U.S. circuit judge for Georgia (1869–80) until President Hayes named him to the U.S. Supreme Court (1881–87).
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This case underscores the clear need for continued vigilance in rooting out those who seek to join or aid terrorist groups that threaten our national security," FBI Special Agent in Charge William Woods said in a statement.
The charity was chosen in memory of five-yearold William Woods, who died suddenly on June 3 last year, from a rare condition called Burkitt's lymphoma.
Skubic earned his bachelor's degree in management from Missouri Western State University and is a graduate of William Woods University with a Master's in Business Administration.
Ryan William WoodsNORTH BROOKFIELD - Ryan William Woods, born on July 2, 1983, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, April 3, 2014.
ON THE ROCKS: Huddersfield Falcon riders Tony Scarlett (left) and William Woods take on the challenge at Cartworth Moor Pictures: Barry Robinson (s)
They hardly anticipated such a nerve shredding finale considering how dominant they were in the first half when William Woods and midfielder, Shane O'Hanlon helped them to a 0-6 to 0-1 half-time lead.
Adair, 41, and William Woods, 37, drove past the house where Stephen McQuaid and partner Kerry Thompson lived with their three young children, shouting insults and threatening violence.
Adair (41) and William Woods (37) admitted harassing two other former members of their gang between April and August of this year.
Radiation oncologist William Woods combines the healing arts with the performing arts.
He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Culver Stockton College in business administration and completed a MBA in business from William Woods University.
Belfast loyalists Gary Smith and William Woods were in the public gallery supporting their comrades.
University of California, San Francisco, AIDS researcher William Woods, whose name is on the list of 157, says he is reluctant to talk about it because of the atmosphere of fear and intimidation that such a list produces.