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Acheson

Dean (Gooderham). 1893--1971, US lawyer and statesman: secretary of state (1949--53) under President Truman
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In his conclusion, McMahon effusively restates Acheson's influence on postwar foreign policy.
Acheson was an exemplar of the then-Eurocentric American foreign policy elite whose educational trajectory--Groton, Yale, and Harvard Law--catapulted him to a clerkship with Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., and then into the prestigious Washington law firm of Covington and Burling.
Meanwhile, Chris Acheson lives and works in Manchester and takes his inspiration from everyday life, as well as the silver screen.
A committee was created by Secretary of State James Byrnes and chaired by Undersecretary of State Dean Acheson and David Lilienthal, former director of the TVA, to address the issue of international control.
GLAMOROUS: Alison Acheson, left, with Sophie Leigh Anderson from Blackpool and Sonam Kaur from Birmingham Picture: TRACEY O'NEILL
Acheson, 42, acquired Equiano after the son of Acclamation was spotted by bloodstock agent Brian Grassick.
of Warwick campus in 2003, Dowler (sociology) and Spencer (emeritus, health and social studies) introduce 13 discussions in the context of New Labour policy since the 1998 Acheson Inquiry into "unacceptable inequities in health." These inequities are reflected in marked life expectancy differences in London boroughs.
Acheson MD, told PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2007 attendees that a new food safety plan is in the works at FDA.
Alison Acheson's prose is beautiful and rhythmic and her characters are rich and layered.
According to Acheson Colloids, Emralon TM-008 provides solvent and corrosion resistance durability unattainable with conventional greases and lubricants.
Dean Acheson and Dean Rusk (both CFR) directed the Korean War.