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    cushing
    [ noun ]
    United States neurologist noted for his study of the brain and pituitary gland and who identified Cushing's syndrome (1869-1939)
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    1. Jamie Gorelick, Cushing's attorney, said she has met with staff of Lantos' subcommittee but she declined to comment on the subject of the talks.
    2. Two other former HUD officials _ Dean's predecessor as executive assistant, Lance Wilson, and former deputy secretary Hunter Cushing _ have also refused to testify before the subcommittee.
    3. In closing arguments, prosecutor Barbara Keshen contrasted a "desperately unhappy" McLaughlin with a contented, successful Cushing.
    4. In the courtroom audience, Cushing's family wept as the rulings were announced.
    5. The surrender stunned the community, particularly Cushing's family.
    6. His first command was the destroyer USS Cushing, from September 1981 to August 1984, the statement said.
    7. Cushing's Syndrome is a disorder of the pituitary gland.
    8. Mark Cushing, the plaintiffs' attorney, said the lawsuit contends the ban, scheduled to take effect Monday, violates Oregon's Solid Waste Control and Opportunity to Recycle Act as well as the state and federal constitutions.
    9. "The expiration of the February crude contract on Monday sparked aggressive short-covering as supplies of sweet crude are tight in Cushing, Oklahoma," said Andrew Lebow, senior broker with E.D.&F. Man International Futures Inc.
    10. Cushing said that when Souter found out about the suspended sentence, "he left from Concord, drove down to district court, and argued that there should be a jail sentence imposed." The judge resentenced the demonstrator, Cushing said.
    11. Cushing said that when Souter found out about the suspended sentence, "he left from Concord, drove down to district court, and argued that there should be a jail sentence imposed." The judge resentenced the demonstrator, Cushing said.
    12. Cushing, who was shot as he answered his front door, died of gunshot wounds to the chest and abdomen.
    13. The painting is being sold by Betsey Cushing Whitney, widow of investor John Hay Whitney, who bought the work in 1929.
    14. The drug has shown promise in treating breast and brain cancer, Cushing's Syndrome and other diseases.
    15. Deborah Gore Dean, who in 1984 succeeded Wilson as Pierce's chief aide, and R. Hunter Cushing, former director of HUD's multifamily housing programs, asserted the same rights in hearings during the summer.
    16. "The person who said that is a menace to the U.S. merchant marine," Mr. Cushing says.
    17. Only a few months ago, "The industry criticized U.S. Lines for building monster ships," says Charles Cushing, the marine architect who designed the econships.
    18. The shades of Roger Taney, Caleb Cushing and Lewis B. Strauss are being invoked as the Senate struggles once more with its constitutional power to advise and consent on nominations to the president's Cabinet.
    19. Adds Allan Stam, head of emergency medicine at Cardinal Cushing General Hospital in Brockton, Mass., "We're not providing proper care."
    20. He also said he told his son, Robert Jr., that Mrs. McLaughin killed Cushing.
    21. Cushing's son, Robert Jr., said the family members are glad that McLaughlin had been convicted, but now hope to put the tragedy behind them.
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