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Faulkner

, Falkner
William. 1897--1962, US novelist and short-story writer. Most of his works portray the problems of the southern US, esp the novels set in the imaginary county of Yoknapatawpha in Mississippi. Other novels include The Sound and the Fury (1929) and Light in August (1932): Nobel prize for literature 1949
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Former Bar legislative counsel and unauthorized practice of law director, Richard McFarlain, who worked closely with Faulkner, said, "He was truly responsible for bringing the disciplinary system up to date."
Although many business professionals may be intimidated by the media, Faulkner contends there is really no special trick to dealing with reporters.
Focused primarily on improving patients' dental functions, complex restorative treatments and neuromuscular dentistry often result in "beauty and aesthetics as a convenient by-product," says Faulkner. A harmonious relationship between teeth, gums, muscles and bone is the primary goal.
But Faulkner later wrote: "There seems to be a misunderstanding about my post from last night, I am not gay, however it has been fantastic to see the support from and for the LBGT community.
But when Mr Granger arrived and was looking into the dryer, Faulkner Snr, 52, of Trellewelyn Road, Rhyl, started swinging punches at him.
Faulkner's various program offerings have attracted a diverse student body.
As Michael Kreyling observed in Southern Review back in 1993, Faulkner's work has been recognized for so long as a southern literary master-code that it has become ripe fodder for parody.
Outside the museum is the Faulkner Literary Garden, and it is impressive.
During remarks at the beginning of the event, Brad Lacy, CEO of the Conway Area Chamber, outlined the county's employment picture, comparing Faulkner County with surrounding counties and two others he considers its peers: Craighead and Saline.
* original biographical scholarship on the Faulkner, Falkner, Butler, Oldham, Stone, Thompson, Summers, or other families that figure significantly in William Faulkner's life and work