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Teale is a fictional character from the 1954 film Front Page Story.


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Google previewThe Western Lancet (1880)

Teale is a very cautious surgeon, ...

Google previewInspiring Students (2013)

Case Studies on Teaching Required Courses by Ahmet, Kemel (Principle Teaching Fellow, University of Luton), Fallows, Stephen (Reader in Educational Development, University of Luton)

Mark W Teale is a senior lecturer at the University of ...

Google previewThe Epitome (1880)

A Monthly Retrospect of American Practical Medicine and Surgery

Teale is a very cautious surgeon, and is not given to rash procedure. — American Practitioner. GASTROTOMY TO AID DIAGNOSIS IN CHRONIC PERITONITIS. An account appears in the Birmingham Medical Recie,c in which Dr. Savage ...

Google previewThe Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)

Teale, Orra, * P. A. ratt, wi Eglin, G. A. * sellinger, H. A. - Smith, 3. R. Teale, or Roro, J. L. #; *. J. jo. *a* KLEMME Teale, Fred.

Google previewThe International Encyclopedia of Surgery (1889)

A Systematic Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Surgery by John Ashhurst

Teale" has collected four typical cases, Jobert gives others, and still others are given under the heading of fecal abscess in this article. (4) Mr. Bryant” has reported a remarkable case of fecal fistula which formed spontaneously at the lower end ...

Google previewThe general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers (1814)

by New and general biographical dictionary

Teale, as well as himself, preferred the charms of Dryden and Pope, to the dull drudgery of poring over syntax and prosody. They preferred belles lettres ; and laughed away many an hour ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Weights and Measures for the British Isles (1985)

The Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century by Ronald Edward Zupko

teale. TALE tearce, tearse. TIERCE teaspoonf ul [ teaspoon + -full . A culinary m-c containing l/8 fluid oz or l fluid dr (3.55l53 ml) and equal to l/2 DESSERTSPOONFUL or l/4 TABLESPOONFUL (Stevens 3 and Economist 8). teers, teirce, teirse.

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of American Quotations (2006)

by Hugh Rawson, Margaret Miner

—Edwin Way Teale, North with the Spring, 1951 4 For man, autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together. For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad. 5 —Edwin Way Teale, Autumn Across America, 1956 Over increasingly large ...

Google previewThe General Biographical Dictionary (1814)

by Alexander Chalmers

Teale, as well as himself, preferred the charms of Dryden and Pope, to the dull drudgery of poring over syntax and prosody. They preferred belles lettres; and laughed away many an hour ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Pleading and Practice (1900)

Under the Codes and Practice Acts, at Common Law, in Equity and in Criminal Cases

Teale, 7 Price 27S (see also Tench v. Cheese, 1 Beav. 571); and matter that may have any influence whatever on the suit, 189 Volume XIX. Definition, SCANDAL AND IMPERTINENCE. Origin, ete.

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In nature, there is less death and destruction than death and transmutation. (Edwin Way Teale)
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