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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Shull, Clifford Glenwood 1915-2001. American physicist who shared a 1994 Nobel Prize for his contribution to the development of neutron scattering, a technique used to investigate the structure and properties of matter.

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  • We had heard of a place called Shull [= a] ctoo, within the distance of a day's march, and conceiving naturally that it was a habitation of men, we determined to pass the night there.

    A Peep into Toorkisthhan

  • I'd recommend reading the comment from Wes Shull, currently #2 on that site.

    Boing Boing

  • In hindsight, Ms. Shull, who was frank when talking to her friend, says she wishes she'd chosen her words more carefully.

    Speak Now? What to Do When You Disapprove

  • Her friend became quiet, and Ms. Shull changed the subject.

    Speak Now? What to Do When You Disapprove

  • "It was all the things I had talked about," Ms. Shull says.

    Speak Now? What to Do When You Disapprove

  • Ellyn Shull , 47 years old, a screenwriter from Kirkland, Wash., knows how hazardous speaking up can be.

    Speak Now? What to Do When You Disapprove

  • "Banks are going to be dealing with these issues for a long time, and it doesn't make them an attractive investment," said Frank Shully , president of Lara, Shull & May LLC, a money-management firm in Virginia that invests on behalf of wealthy individuals.

    Bank Woes Take Center Stage

  • The last name of Frank Shull , president of wealth-management firm Lara, Shull & May, was incorrectly given as Shully in a front-page article Saturday about bank-funding worries.

    Corrections & Amplifications

  • The Rev. Catherine Foote and the Rev. Don Mackenzie, who are also pastors at University Congregational UCC, issued a joint statement today saying UCC members? both locally and nationally? are offering support and prayers for Ilgenfritz and Shull during a time of personal disappointment.

    Civil Rights

  • The Rev. Peter Ilgenfritz and The Rev. Dave Shull, pastors of University Congregational United Church of Christ in Seattle since 1994, have been in a committed same-sex relationship for more than 20 years.

    Civil Rights

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