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Gardner,

city (1990 pop. 20,125), Worcester co., N central Mass.; settled 1764, inc. as a city 1921. Its furniture and lumber industries date from c.1805. Diversified metal and electronics manufactures add to the city's economic base. A state prison is there.

Gardner

Ava. 1922--90, US film actress. Her films include The Killers (1946), The Sun also Rises (1957), and The Night of the Iguana (1964)
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I like what I'm doing now,'' said Wojtukiewicz, who taught physical education at Gardner Middle School before his retirement.
His genuine pace as an opening bowler put him right up among the best bowlers of his generation and Gardner made sure his club regularly competed for top honours in the 1970s and 80s.
When Jerry asked me if I would like to write an article about Martin Gardner for Word Ways, I thought of what had already been written.
Gardner said the chilling effect of "Seduction" and the Comics Code helped fuel the popularity of squeaky-clean superhero comics in the late 1950s and sparked a side industry that specialized in evasive tactics.
friend and executive managing director at Newmark Knight Frank--a company that first represented tenants in buildings owned by Gardner and his partner, Peter Weisman and now handles their leasing and property management--said, "[Joe] was an extraordinary man and a wonderful, wonderful teacher.
We just thought it fit the Endangered Species Act as well as some of the other species that have been listed," Gardner says.
Judson Press has also released a book coauthored by Gardner Taylor and friend G.
Silesky also builds a contextual framework for most of Gardner's novels; he discusses how The Sunlight Dialogues catapulted Gardner into celebrity; he touches on the importance Gardner attached to the illustrations in his novels; he points out that Gardner's first wife, Joan, wrote a section of Grendel; and he shows how reviews affected Gardner--"'They [critics] just want to keep you from going to heaven" (202), Gardner confided in Charles Johnson, his apprentice at the time.
The inconsistencies between the reports led TIGHAR researchers to suspect that the results of the air search of Gardner Island were inconclusive at best and that the "signs of recent habitation" should have warranted a more thorough search.
Prior to the Sydney Games in 2000, Gardner had carved out an impressive historical niche by becoming the first American Greco competitor to win Cuba's Granma Cup, a feat he accomplished three times.
While not affiliated with any professional company, the academy attracts serious students like Pereira, and distinguished teachers like Gardner, Cheryl Yeager, Johan Renvall, Peter Frame, and Francis Patrelle.
MacIntyre and Gardner (1994a) conceptualized foreign language anxiety as occurring at each of the following three stages: input, processing, and output.