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Emerson

Ralph Waldo. . 1803--82, US poet, essayist, and transcendentalist
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Most recently, Purvis has served as executive vice president and business leader for Emerson Climate Technologies, a position he has held since 2008.
In the 1990s, works such as Len Gougeon's Virtue's Hero (1990), Phyllis Cole's Mary Moody Emerson and the Origins of Transcendentalism (1998), and Albert J.
Shklar, George Kateb, and Stanley Cavell, present an Emerson who endorses democracy, but who is also deeply concerned that politics--especially democratic politics--is antithetical to individuality.
Emerson for the Twenty-first Century: Global Perspectives on an American Icon.
Emerson has celebrated the official opening of its new regional headquarters in Dubai to better serve its growing portfolio of business in the Middle East and to reinforce the company's long-term commitment to the region.
Emerson also has resident personnel in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi serving major customers and projects in those areas.
Berra, president of Emerson Process Management, a business of Emerson, announced several managerial changes.
With those words on November 12, 1933, Harry Emerson Fosdick concluded his sermon and descended from the Riverside Church pulpit.
For Emerson, the path to growth lies with higher value-added manufacturing activities.
EMERSON TELLS US that truth is "such a flyaway, such a slyboots, so untransportable and unbarrelable a commodity, that it is as bad to catch as light.
Right behind him was Steven Emerson, author of American Fihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us, with almost 400 appearances.
A Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (Oxford UP, 2000), x + 322 pp.