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Verdine
Verdine Ver"dine, n. [F. verd, vert, green.] (Chem.) A commercial name for green aniline dye.

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- Greatest B****ists of All Time. Verdine was born Verdine Adams, Jr. in Chicago, Illinois, on July 25, 1951. His father, Verdine Sr., was a doctor who also...
- Verdine may refer to: Gregory L. Verdine, American biologist Verdine White, American musician This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the...
- Gregory L. Verdine (born June 10, 1959) is an American chemical biologist, biotech entrepreneur, venture capitalist and university professor. He is a...
- song features American singer Robin Thicke and Earth, Wind & Fire b****ist Verdine White. It was released as the album's third promotional single on March...
- 1969, growing out of the Salty Peppers. Prominent members have included Verdine White, Philip Bailey, Ralph Johnson, Larry Dunn, Al McKay, Roland Bautista...
- 2020 update of the list, the album's rank climbed to number 420. B**** – Verdine White ConductorSaini Murira (track 8) CongasPhilip Bailey Drums –...
- Image Name Years active Instruments Release contributions Verdine White 1970–1984 1987–present b**** percussion vocals all releases Philip Bailey 1972–1984...
- audio mixing (12-14), original recording producer, vocals, drums, kalimba Verdine White – ****istant producer, vocals, electric b**** Mark Wilder – mastering...
- 2:50 4. "That's the Way of the World" Maurice White, Charles Stepney, Verdine White 3:12 5. "Sing a Song" Maurice White, Charles Stepney 3:26 6. "Can't...
- cross-link O-allylserine residues in a covalent bond. In 2000, Gregory Verdine and colleagues reported the first synthesis of an all-hydrocarbon cross-link...