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Charles Janeway
... Charles Alderson Janeway, Jr ... Janeway, Janeway was raised in Weston, Mass ... His interest in medicine was inspired by his parents his father Charles Alderson Janeway was Physician-in-Chief at Boston Children’s Hospital from 1946 to 1974, and his mother was a social worker at the Boston ...
Concerning Flight - Plot
... Captain Janeway and the crew track their stolen goods to an alien world that appears to be an active center of commerce ... As Tuvok and Janeway beam down to search, Tuvok immediately locates an item with a Starfleet signature it's Leonardo da Vinci, from Janeway's Florence (not Venice) holodeck program ... As it turns out, Tau is Leonardo Da Vinci's patron and Janeway gets the inventor to bring her to one of Tau's parties ...
Charles Alberton Janeway
... Charles Alderson Janeway (born 1909 in New York City died 1981 in Weston, Massachusetts) was an eminent American pediatrician, medical professor, and clinical researcher ... Janeway was physician in chief from 1946 to 1976 at Children's Hospital Boston ... "Janeway built the first department of pediatrics in the nation with subspecialties based upon the new developments in basic sciences ...
Janeway - Fiction
... Kathryn Janeway, fictional character in the television series Star Trek Voyager. ...
Live Fast And Prosper - Plot
... They introduce themselves as Captain Janeway and Tuvok ... "Janeway" promises to beam down a supply of dilithium in exchange for a load of bolomite ... the miners trust them and are impressed with their generosity- "Janeway" says she plans to use the bolomite to help a colony of orphans ...

Famous quotes containing the word janeway:

    The surprise of animals... in and out, cats and dogs and a milk goat and chickens and guinea hens, all taken for granted, as if man was intended to live on terms of friendly intercourse with the rest of creation instead of huddling in isolation on the fourteenth floor of an apartment house in a city where animals occurred behind bars in the zoo.
    —Elizabeth Janeway (b. 1913)

    I am not sure how many “sins” I would recognize in the world. Some would surely be defused by changed circumstances. But I can imagine none that is more irredeemably sinful than the betrayal, the exploitation, of the young by those who should care for them.
    —Elizabeth Janeway (b. 1913)

    Growing up human is uniquely a matter of social relations rather than biology. What we learn from connections within the family takes the place of instincts that program the behavior of animals; which raises the question, how good are these connections?
    —Elizabeth Janeway (b. 1913)