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Philip Merrill (April 28, 1934 – June 10, 2006) was an American diplomat, publisher, banker, ... their daughter Catherine Merrill Williams took over as president and publisher of the Washingtonian. ... long time executive board member), the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Johns Hopkins University, and Cornell University.


Merrill Frederick Unger (1909–1980) was a Bible commentator, scholar, archaeologist, and theologian. He earned his A.B. and Ph.D. degrees at Johns Hopkins University, and his ... He later received a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins under the Near Eastern historian and archaeologist, William Foxwell Albright. Unger's Johns ...


William Henry Merrill Society recognizes UL employees who have made a significant contribution to the fulfillment of UL's public safety mission.


Hany Elmariah, MD MD: University of Florida Residency: Duke University. Samuel Merrill, MD, PhD. MD/PhD: Washington University Residency: University of ...


Dr. Samuel Merrill, MD PhD is a hematologist in Baltimore, Maryland. He is currently ... He is affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.


Jack Rogers Hopkins (1920-2006) was part of a California-based design movement in the late 1960s that promoted the use of more sculptural, natural, ...


Katherine G Merrill, Louise Knight, Judith R Glynn, Elizabeth Allen, Dipak Naker, ... Aisha I. Yansaneh, Asha S. George, Alyssa Sharkey, William R. Brieger, ...


Aug 3, 2018 ... Bill Merrill Sr. had just completed a stint in the Air Force as a judge ... F. Thomas Hopkins III, and Charles J. Bartlett as shareholders of the firm.


Biography. Karen Merrill is an historian of modern America, with general interests in the political history and political economy of the twentieth-century United ...