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

  • Pinkham, Lydia Estes 1819-1883. American patent-medicine manufacturer. Her Vegetable Compound became the most widely advertised product of its time.

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Examples

  • Bissell signed three U23 riders to its 2011 team: U23 road bronze medalis Andrew Dahlheim of Texas; former Trek-Livestrong rider Chase Pinkham of Utah; and former Mountain Khakis rider Andrew Baker, of South Carolina.

    Bissell Pro Cycling announces 2011 roster; Swindlehurst and Kem become directors.

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art 'Moonlight Marine' 1870-90 by Albert Pinkham Ryder One challenge Mr. Heckscher and his team faced is that given the layout of the galleries it's hard to tell the story sequentially.

    Opening the Book of American Art

  • Though it would have broken the chronology to do so, a better ending would have been to move Albert Pinkham Ryder here from the "Cosmopolitan Spirit, 1860-1900" gallery.

    Opening the Book of American Art

  • "I can tell you that Sting is not on our shortlist," says Elizabeth Pinkham , who books performers for the company.

    Battle of the Bands: Tech Firms Compete for Rock Stars

  • The Lexi Cinema, ensconced since last October n the Pinkham Lighthouse, a refurbished Edwardian theatre in Kensal Rise, is the first ‘social enterprise’ digital cinema in London.

    June « 2009 « Squares of Wheat

  • Jess Pinkham Quvenzhané Wallis in 'Beasts of the Southern Wild,' which was purchased by FoxSearchlight.

    Into the Sunset

  • From 1960-1962, ABC ran a popular show which starred Dorothy Provine as Pinky Pinkham, the star of the Charleston Club.

    George Heymont: Stars of a Golden Age

  • Roger Pitman, operations superintendent at the Lincoln Electric Cooperative, said crews did not know about the situation until Oct. 10 when the dangling power line in the Pinkham Creek drainage south of Eureka was finally knocked out.

    Downed Power Line Kills Deer, Bears, Wolves. . .

  • In these expressionistic paintings, inspired seemingly by Gustave Courbet, Eugène Delacroix, Peter Paul Rubens and Albert Pinkham Ryder, Mr. Saulnier b. 1958 merges figure, landscape, serpent and sea, all fragmented to near-abstraction.

    Exploring Spaces And Life's Continuity

  • At the gallery, Shander remembers a genial man who embraced her father, physician and collector Alexander Pearlman, as they strolled through rooms filled with paintings -- American modernists such as Marsden Hartley and Albert Pinkham Ryder as well as works by Matisse, Rembrandt and El Greco.

    Victims of art fraud describe personal, financial toll

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