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(1) On the drive to Pelham Woods Rachel realised just how short the concentration span was of some members of the group.
(2) The phenomenal success of Pelham Street pulled both her and Bernard increasingly into the capital.
(3) Pelham was elected chamberlain of Hull 30 September 1630 and sheriff of Hull in 1636, becoming alderman in 1641.
(4) In 1971 the Pelham Street premises were threatened with demolition as London Transport wanted to re-develop the underground station.
(5) The proprietors recommend the Sussex Kitchen at the Pelham Arms which provides good, reasonably priced food.
(6) The accused is being held in the Pelham County Jail on charges of assault and battery.
(7) The letters show Pelham to have been indefatigable and devoted to the parliamentary cause.
(8) Pelham moved across to indicate a wall chart.
(9) Pelham 123, come in, this is Rail Control Center.
(10) Why is the train called Pelham 123?
(11) Most succeed, but some have to leave, Pelham adds.
(12) Smart people stand out," Pelham says, then adds that they don't get it right every time. Sentencedict.com
(13) Pelham says that, as a recently tenured group leader, he learned yeast genetics through discussions with people in another research group.
(14) In Pelham, N.H., the public library director, Robert Rice, offered a food-for-fines program during November.
(15) On the morning of the 11th, The New Yorker's executive editor, Dorothy Wickenden, called me at home in Pelham, New York, and told me to turn on the television.
(16) The New York Times recently profiled some men in the New York suburb of Pelham Manor, out of work and finding a new closeness with their children and school communities.
(17) "Doing work of high quality and lasting importance is usually a good strategy" for those with high scientific aspirations, Pelham says.
(18) Funny, after all that running about, this time in New York I did not venture on the Pelham Bay Express, when going into Spanish Harlem, nor seek out a bridge to Coney Island.
(19) One way to run a successful research center is buying in what Pelham terms "empire builders" -- established scientists already running large research groups elsewhere.
(20) But where other centers may hire established scientists who have already done Nobel-quality work, "generally, the Nobel Prizes we've won have been for work done here," LMB Director Hugh Pelham says.
(21) "Ideally, we'd like to hire people in their early 30s or occasionally even younger," Pelham says.
(22) I don't belong here. That was Brian Bishop's first thought when he awakened in the cardiac intensive care unit at the hospital near his home in Pelham, New Hampshire.
(23) The small size of the research groups is another factor that makes the LMB special, says Hugh Pelham, the deputy director.
(24) Research projects are funded from the core MRC budget, subject to decisions by Pelham and the heads of the laboratory's four divisions.
(25) The divisions each get a share of space and the budget, which they distribute at their discretion, Pelham says.
(26) "Why is organic peanut butter better than Jif?" said Ms. Devlin-Sample, a nurse practitioner from Pelham, N.Y.
(27) In fact, these others (identified only by colours, in a manner reminiscent of the original version of the film, "The Taking of Pelham 123") were actually played by a computer program.
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