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Evans

1. Sir Arthur (John). 1851--1941, British archaeologist, whose excavations of the palace of Knossos in Crete provided evidence for the existence of the Minoan civilization
2. Dame Edith (Mary Booth). 1888--1976, British actress
3. Sir Geraint (Llewellyn). 1922--92, Welsh operatic baritone
4. Herbert McLean. 1882--1971, US anatomist and embryologist; discoverer of vitamin E (1922)
5. Oliver. 1755--1819, US engineer: invented the continuous production line and a high-pressure steam engine
6. Walker. 1903--75, US photographer, noted esp for his studies of rural poverty in the Great Depression
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Its fundamentalist fervor appealed to the teenage Evans, as she devoted herself to the constant diet of prayer, Bible study, and self-scrutiny.
Arriving at home, Evans and a friend riding with him were immediately accosted by two men in their 20s who were carrying guns.
In 1991, as shrinking Medicare reimbursements reduced the clinic's income, Evans suggested to John they diversify by offering management services to other clinics for a fee.
A member for 18 years, Evans believes that FEI has provided him the ability to think outside the box and access information from a broad spectrum of financial executives, "by having this organization that I can tap into, it gave me a perspective outside the industry I was working in, and helped me bring more value to the companies I've worked with.
First, while Evans does recognize that Rauschenbusch was a product of his times, he does not neglect his shortcomings.
North Bay's emerging mining supply cluster provides a number of future growth opportunities, says Evans, beginning with the consolidation of Canadian mine builders Cementation Skanska's offices in North Bay.
The August 2002 reunion, for Bill Evans Dance Company members and Summer Institutes of Dance participants, drew dancers of all ages and abilities to trade stories and share reflections about work with this master of fluid, exuberant dance.
I struggled to find my niche in life," says Evans, "but that didn't happen until I enrolled in vocational rehabilitation and graduated as an LPN.
The present paperback edition does, however, contain a 63-page "Afterword" where Evans takes issue with his reviewers, myself included; but it still would have made better sense had the text of the American edition been incorporated into this supposed "new" paperback edition.
From the more than 52,000 items identified, Evans creates a "universe" of 1465 items that constitute the database for his analysis.