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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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James Acheson is an experienced Beckettian who offers here a second-generation study of the oeuvre.
Remarks by the Honorable Dean Acheson," Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at the Fifty-Seventh Annual Meeting Held at Washington, D.
It was Dean Acheson again who elegantly explained all the lies that he was obliged to tell Congress in the ten-minute attention span of the average American.
Acheson clarifies the murky issues surrounding Anne Clifford's legal claims on some Clifford baronial lands by attending carefully to the basis in contemporary law and precedent for inheritance by sole female issue and by painstaking research into the precise grounds upon which Anne and her mother pressed her claims.
When David Acheson analyzed ground beef from 12 supermarkets in Boston and Cincinnati, he found Shiga toxin in a quarter of the samples.
5) Although he did not admit it, the latter prospect apparently moved Acheson to put aside his concerns for detachment and objectivity so as "to tell a tale of large conceptions, great achievements and some failures, the product of enormous will and effort".
It gives our reporters some insight into how to pursue stories," Acheson says.
We shouldn't be in a position in which buying a new copier, expanding the phone system, or producing more educational videos become critical decisions," Acheson said.
Acheson as a member of the Institute's Board of Directors given his long standing recognition of the essential role state and local agencies play in assuring the safety of the nation's food supply, and the critical importance of training to assuring capacity, competency, and equivalency within state and local agencies as part of an integrated food safety system.
Acheson provided the level of expert counsel our clients most wanted.
His opening chapter exploring the forces and individuals who helped shape Acheson is a tour de force.
sets out the case for considering Dean Acheson, Secretary of State under President Harry S.