The UC would also centralize the management of the willed
body programs at its 5 medical schools and significantly strengthen its security and recordkeeping departments.
The lawsuit alleges that Henry Reid, the director of the willed
body program, illegally sold body parts for several years and UCLA officials knew about his actions.
California Healthline reported that invoices printed on UCLA letterhead showed Reid charged Nelson $704,600 between 1998 and 2003 for the sale of 496 cadavers donated to the willed
Here authority is not based on the majority of votes; it is based on the authority of Christ himself, which He willed
to pass on to men who were to be His representatives until His definitive return.
But it is a serious mistake to conclude from this that everyone is fundamentally good willed
In addition, the committee has the right to appoint new members should the willed
members die, resign, or fail to serve.
In vitro fertilization is neither in fact achieved nor positively willed
as an expression and fruit of a specific act of conjugal union.
The genie of the enterprise is the book's author, Kathan Brown, herself a master printer; it was Brown who willed
Crown Point into being in 1962, and her determination, committed curiosity, and high standards have fueled its program ever since.
in October 1992, he willed
to it all of his United States property.
Holstein passed away that same year, she willed
the household goods to housekeeper Miss Katie Kindell.
Young rushed for 192 yards and four touchdowns, threw for 180 and another score and willed
the Longhorns back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to a 38-37 victory over Michigan.
Man and woman have been created, which is to say willed
by God: on the one hand, in perfect equality as human persons; on the other hand, in their respective beings as man and woman.