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town (1990 pop. 27,099), Essex co., NE N.J., a residential suburb of Newark, on the Passaic River; settled 1680, inc. 1902. Pharmaceuticals, dyestuffs, and machinery are made. After the Civil War the town was a center for writers and artists. Annie OakleyOakley, Annie,
1860–1926, American theatrical performer, b. Darke co., Ohio. Her original name was Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee. From childhood on she was a "dead shot" with a rifle. She defeated in contest the marksman and vaudeville star Frank E.
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For example, some 4,000 students were released from school in Nutley, New Jersey, after someone posted a video threatening gun violence towards the school.
An online video purportedly threatening gun violence towards schools prompted more than 4,000 students to be released from school in Nutley, New Jersey.
Biotech start-up Modern Meadow is also moving to the former US headquarters of pharmaceutical firm Roche in Nutley, New Jersey.
Following training, Morgan joined the Roche Institute of Molecular Biology in Nutley, New Jersey, before coming to St.
of Nutley, New Jersey has been recognized in Times Square, New York City on the Reuter's Billboard by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of healthcare.
Sister Hannah leaves two sisters, Ann Tusa of Nutley, New Jersey and Rosemary MacLeod of Bloomingdale, New Jersey, nieces, nephews, and her sisters in religion, the Sisters of Notre Dame.
David was promoted in 2001 to global marketing roles - 'Life Cycle Leader' - of growing importance, splitting his time between Nutley, New Jersey and Basel, Switzerland.
Mike Volpe, better known as producer Clams Casino, has spent his whole life in Nutley, New Jersey.
PROBE is a proprietary high-speed, secure, Internet-based, two-way audio/video interactive monitoring and response service from PSB Technologies of Nutley, New Jersey.
The molecules have been christened Nutlins, after the company's labs in Nutley, New Jersey.
Researchers, led by molecular oncologist Lyubomir Vassilev, of Hoffmann-La Roche's labs in Nutley, New Jersey, identified the molecules which can turn the p53 back on.
Professional dancer, choreographer, and sacred-dance specialist Colley Ballou died of cancer on September 29, 2001, in her home in Nutley, New Jersey.