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  • proper n. A patronymic surname, variant of Emery.
  • proper n. A male given name, in modern use transferred back from the surname.


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  • NINA MARTINEZ, EMORY UNIVERSITY STUDENT: And I am here at Emory just because you all have such great researchers in HIV.

    CNN Transcript Dec 1, 2007

  • Says Matthieu Ricard, author and Buddhist monk who is taking part in Emory's happiness conference, We usually look outside for the causes of happiness.

    April L. Bogle: The Role of Happiness in the World Religions

  • Emory student was forcibly ejected from a party at an off-campus home inhabited by members of the Sigma Nu fraternity -- has raised questions concerning the extent to which Greek life at Emory is welcoming toward the University's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) community.

    Gay Emory Student Says He Was Dragged From Frat Party After Disclosing Sexuality

  • I love Atlanta -- the area around Emory is really awesome and up-and-coming.

    A Postcard From Atlanta... Without Any Pictures

  • First author of a article was Shuang Chang, postdoctoral tyro in Emory's Department of Human Genetics.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • I have never known the missionary spirit in Emory College so strong, resolute and intelligent.

    Letter to Young John Allen,February 6, 1892

  • As has been widely reported, James Allen and John Littlefield have placed their collection of photographs and postcards of lynching and racial violence, primarily taken between 1880 and 1920, on long-term loan in Emory's Special Collections.

    "Return to Sender" Confronting Lynching and Our Haunted Landscapes

  • The "Oxford Experience" focuses on leaders, visionaries and exceptional students of Emory from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century.

    Dr. Adriane Ivey

  • The first, a politician and a doctor, by name Emory -- Walter Merritt Emory -- was several times at Daughtry's table, where Michael sat with them on a chair according to custom.


  • The first, a politician and a doctor, by name Emory -- Walter Merritt Emory -- was several times at

    Chapter 18


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