from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Gould, Glenn 1932-1982. Canadian pianist noted for his performances and recordings of the works of Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms.
- Gould, Jay 1836-1892. American financier and speculator who with James Fisk and Daniel Drew wrested control of the Erie Railroad from Cornelius Vanderbilt (1867-1868). With Fisk, he caused the financial panic of September 24, 1869, with an attempt to corner the gold market.
- Gould, Stephen Jay 1941-2002. American evolutionary biologist, writer, and historian of science. He developed the theory of punctuated equilibrium with Niles Eldredge (born 1943) in 1972.
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. United States paleontologist and popularizer of science (1941-2002)
- n. United States financier who gained control of the Erie Canal and who caused a financial panic in 1869 when he attempted to corner the gold market (1836-1892)
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Georgia Gould is the lone Luna rider on the startlist and headlines the underdogs.
Mikey Weinstein, an Air Force veteran who launched the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, said Gould is trying to "spin" the religious oppression as trivial.
… NOMA, a principle that, according to Gould, is respectful, loving, simple, humane, and rational, leads him to dismiss and denigrate half of the population in the United States.
A number of this same Air Force officer's posts have even contained derogatory statements about Lt.Gen. Gould himself, with this same Air Force officer publicly questioning Gould's decisions and judgment when the General made positive comments about MRFF (posts which Lt.Gen. Gould is fully aware of).
In fact, I think his assimilation of my ideas to those of Steve Gould is likely to mislead.
However, even if Gould is right, this doesn't necessarily rule out the concept of "front-loading", so long as such front-loading is not considered to bring about exactly the same outcome if repeated.
Canadian pianist Glenn Gould is a man of endless fascination, at least to Canadian filmmakers.
The critics and audiences agree — Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould is a must-see film!
Mind you, perhaps Gould is hoping for a Dumarest or Fugitive character.
Rather, it was, in Gould's terms, "confirmed to such a degree that it would be perverse to withhold provisional consent."