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Ellis

1. 1814--90, English philologist: made the first systematic survey of the phonology of British dialects
2. (Henry) Havelock . 1859--1939, English essayist: author of works on the psychology of sex
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ELLIS

EuLisp LInda System. An object-oriented Linda system written for EuLisp. "Using Object-Oriented Mechanisms to Describe Linda", P. Broadbery <pab@maths.bath.ac.uk> et al, in Linda-Like Systems and Their Implementation, G. Wilson ed, U Edinburgh TR 91-13, 1991.
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Ellis' "recognized industry leadership and technical expertise in commercial property insurance ideally qualify him to lead our Property business moving forward," McElroy said in prepared remarks.
"Trooper Ellis laid down his life while protecting the citizens of this state.
Thursday, March 28, 2019 at First Baptist Church in Ellis Grove, with the Rev.
The BBC Four series will see filmmaker Gillian Pachter re-examine the Ellis case, taking a forensic look at the police investigation.
Yesterday saw prosecutor Annabel Darlow QC ask why Ellis and Dominic took Miss Clark's car on Saturday, June 17, while she was lying dead in the house at Cornish Close.
Sources said the situation has reached the PBA Commissioner's Office, which already received a letter of explanation from Ellis through his agent Charlie Dy.
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At least three state representatives from the area are said to be interested in Ellis' seat in the Senate: Garnet Coleman, Borris Miles and Senfronia Thompson.
Ellis is historically important and that makes his art extremely desired by collectors and museums.
Chapter 2, the shortest, reviews Ellis's First World War experience in France on the staff of John A.