Gaither, Carl C.
GAITHER, Carl C.
GAITHER, Carl C. American, b. 1944. Genres: Language/Linguistics. Career: Louisiana State Penitentiary, worked as hospital administrator for prison hospital; Texas Department of Corrections, worked as research assistant; University of Southwest Louisiana, Lafayette, teacher of remedial mathematics, 1983-85; McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA, teacher of mathematics and statistics, 1985-86; Aviation Test Board, Dothan, AL, civilian mathematical statistician, 1987-88; Aviation Test Directorate, Fort Hood, TX, civilian engineering psychologist, 1988-90, civilian operations research analyst, 1990-95; freelance writer, 1995-. Publications: WITH A.E. CAVAZOS-GAITHER: Statistically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations, 1996; Physically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations on Physics and Astronomy, 1997; Mathematically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations, 1998; Practically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations on Engineering, Technology and Architecture, 1998; Medically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations on Dentistry, Medicine and Nursing, 1999; Scientifically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations, 2000; Naturally Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations on Biology, Botany, Nature and Zoology, 2001; Chemically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations, 2002; Astronomically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations on Astronomy and Physics, 2002. Address: 502 Weiss, Killeen, TX 76542, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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