Gunn sentence example

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  • Gunn, of Edinburgh University, who has recently been investigating the subject of albinism in man, there is reason to believe that a condition of piebald albinism occurs also in Europeans (Scotsmen).
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  • I found where Ben Gunn had hidden his boat, the worst coracle ever made by man.
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  • Ian Gunn prepared a detailed advice pursuant to Part 40 CPR Practice Direction, which became effective in October 2003.
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  • In the first stanza, Gunn briefly introduces the general premiss of the poem, which is fully developed in the fourth stanza.
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  • In the second part, Gunn writes in syllabic verse; the last piece in the collection is the title poem.
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  • Here, precariously hugging wind-swept cliffs are literally hundreds of castle ruins, connected in many cases to the warrior clans Sinclair and Gunn.
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  • The show, as popular as it may be, has received its share of backlash from everyone from Tim Gunn to UNICO, to the entire town of Seaside Heights, where the first season of the show was filmed.
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  • Heidi Klum is there to critique your decisions and Tim Gunn will be there to assist you too.
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  • Tim Gunn of Liz Claiborne not only tells contestants about upcoming challenges, but he also acts as a mentor to the contestants and helps them think through their designs before judging occurs.
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  • Also in striking similarity to Project Runway, Rene Fris is to the hairstylists on Shear Genius what Tim Gunn is to the designers on Runway, acting as a mentor.
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  • Todd Oldham was kept on the show, but rather than hosting the show he became a teacher/mentor not unlike Tim Gunn's role in Project Runway.
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  • James Gunn directs the girls in each of the acting challenges.
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  • After this, James Gunn would direct the girls.
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  • The girls are judged by John Homa (who stayed on from the first season of the show), James Gunn and Tim Sullivan himself.
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  • The Road to Science Fiction, edited by James Gunn, is a six-volume anthology showing the development and history of science fiction from its earliest prototypical examples to its stories published as late as the 1990s.
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  • The Immortals by James Gunn was reprinted by Pocket Books in 2004, with a new preface by the author and a new middle section recently published in ANALOG, where the original novelette, "New Blood," was first published in 1955.
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