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Ashbel

(ăsh`bĕl), in the Bible, son of Benjamin.
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Harold D Clarke is Ashbel Smith Professor, University of Texas at Dallas.
Austin State University, an Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumnus of the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Sports Medicine.
LIEBOWITZ is the Ashbel Smith Professor of Economics and MATTHEW L.
Srinivasan Raghunathan is Ashbel Smith Professor of Information Systems at the University of Texas-Dallas.
Condy (both seated); Chaplain Ashbel Green (in profile on the left); and several others looking on, as Griswold, armed with a cane, kicks Lyon, who grasps the former's arm and raises a pair of fireplace tongs to strike him.
'The Classification of Gratuitous Transfers' by Dean Ashbel Gulliver and Catherine Tilson, (3) published in the Yale Law Journal in 1941, comprised a work of this sort.
Director, ant E Institute for Research in Anticipatory Systems, Ashbel Smith Professor, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
“Layered security is a must when protecting the enterprise's assets,” said Amit Ashbel, product marketing manager at Checkmarx.
Liebowitz: Ashbel Smith Professor, Jindal School of Management, Mail Station SM31, University of Texas at Dallas, 800 W Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 750803021.
These are Dean Ashbel Gulliver and Catherine Tilson's Classification of Gratuitous Transfers, focusing on wills, (5) and Professor Lon Fuller's Consideration and Form, focusing on contracts.
The two spoke about the college and Smith's replacement, dogmatic Calvinist Ashbel Green.
James Harvey, South Carolina; Eugene Lefevre, New York; Lynn Muhvich, Wisconsin; Ashbel Wall, Rhode Island