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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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Despite growing pressure in 1949 to respond militarily, Acheson steadfastly refused.
We downgraded New Jersey's Franklin Templeton 529 College Savings Plan as its fees have not remained competitive and the plan's age-based portfolios introduce market-timing risk by making large, abrupt declines in equity exposure, whereas others have smoothed the transition from stocks to bonds," wrote Acheson.
Jeff Acheson, a Certified Private Wealth Advisor[R] (CPWA[R]), leads the Advanced Strategies Group with over four decades of knowledge and experience in advising and educating clients, providing industry leadership, and building trusted relationships.
I would consider both Evan Comerford and Peter Acheson very unlucky to miss out on All-Stars but it's a very subjective process and not everybody is going to be happy.
Acheson is a growing industrial hub just west of Edmonton and home to a variety of growing businesses.
Ben Acheson, head of real estate in Birmingham, said of Mr McQueen: "He has great crossborder property development, acquisition and refinancing expertise and I have no doubt he will be a huge asset as we continue to build and invest in the team.
So many things that he and his colleagues had believed about geopolitics were wrong, Acheson explained.
Acheson began her research with "a survey of all illustrated works contained in EEBO up to 1640, and selected genres up to 1680" (5), yet limits herself in the book to a small sample of representative genres that rely on visual rhetoric: guides to military tactics and gardening, biblical genealogies, painting and drawing manuals, and illustrated works of natural history.
As Acheson points out, that shared territory is also discoverable in the emerging concept in seventeenth-century England of land as a commodity coupled with a notion of "dominion" as a matter of both cultivation and conquest (41).
Acheson does not intend to give a comprehensive survey of literary texts that demonstrate a connection with diagrammatic forms, but aims to provide a methodological foundation that can be applied more broadly.
Pharmaceutical company BioDelivery Sciences International Inc (NasdaqCM:BDSI) reported on Tuesday the appointment of David Acheson as vice president of its Sales and Managed Markets.
IN HER first solo exhibition since leaving Saudi Arabia in 2010, artist Eli Acheson is showcasing her new body of work entitled 'Family' at Holyhead's Ucheldre Centre.