from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Weston, Edward 1886-1958. American photographer whose stark, realistic images of landscapes and nudes influenced photographic art.
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- proper n. Any of many placenames in England and Scotland
- proper n. An English and Scottish habitational surname.
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- n. United States photographer(1886-1958)
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CENTRAL AMERICA MEXICO weston, omar Weston is a British convert and the head of the Islamic Mexican Cultural Center.
WESTON - An Enterprise man was killed in a collision early Friday along Highway 204 about eight miles east of Weston, according to the Oregon State Police.
WESTON - A Weston couple already faces criminal charges for praying instead of seeking medical help for their dying diabetic daughter.
The book's publisher, Five Ponds Press, based in Weston, Conn., sent a Post reporter three of the links Masoff found on the Internet.
Bourgeois, to about 100 people in Weston at an event hosted by the congregation of Jean Marchant, a former staffer for the Archdiocese of
But Farkas now argues that he and other members never intended the laws to be used to defend the sort of inaction that allegedly led to the death of 11-year-old Madeline Kara Neumann in Weston last Easter.
The book, published this spring by Oxford University Press, came out just weeks before Kara — as she was called — died in Weston, propelling Peters into the national spotlight.
Michael Weston is paid well to do his work and ask no questions.
Yvonne Bishop-Weston is a Harley Street nutritionist who agrees that men are drawn to fats, meats and proteins, but says it's not down to an evolutionary need – it's down to socialisation.
The first photographer to win a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1937, Weston is among the most influential figures in the history of photography.