Watts may refer to:

  • Watt, a unit of power

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PBN Broadcasting Network, Inc. - PBN Radio Stations - PBN AM Stations
... DZMD 1161 Daet DZMD 1161 kHz 5,000 watts Daet, Camarines Norte DZGB 729 Legazpi DZGB 729 kHz 10,000 watts Legazpi City DZMS 1251 Sorsogon DZMS 1251 kHz 5,000 watts Sorsogon City ...
Watts, Los Angeles - Notable Residents
... Community organizer "Sweet Alice" Harris (born 1934) and her activist group Parents of Watts are based in Watts ... R B singer Tyrese Gibson (born 1978) was raised in Watts ... In 2000, he chartered a foundation to build a community center in Watts ...
Watts Hospital
... Watts Hospital, located in Durham, North Carolina was the city's first hospital, operating between 1895 and 1976 ... Watts, as a private, 22-bed, modern hospital dedicated to the care of Durham's white citizens and offered free care to those unable to pay ...
Watts Hospital - Legacy - Watts School of Nursing
... addition to founding the clinical hospital, George Watts also established the Watts Hospital Training School for Nurses at the hospital, in 1895 ... Renamed the Watts School of Nursing (Watts SON) in 1976, the school's first graduate, Ethel Clay, received her nursing degree in 1897 ... part of the Duke University Health System, Watts SON has been housed at Durham Regional Hospital since 1976 ...
James W. Watts
... James Winston Watts (January 19, 1904 – November 15, 1994) was a neurosurgeon, born in Lynchburg, Virginia and a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia School ... Watts is noteworthy for his professional partnership with the neurologist and psychiatrist Walter Freeman ... Watts is known for carrying out the lobotomy of Rose Marie Kennedy under the supervision of Freeman ...

Famous quotes containing the word watts:

    Trying to define yourself is like trying to bite your own teeth.
    —Alan Watts (1915–1973)

    In the midst of life we are in debt.
    —Ethel Watts Mumford (1878–1940)

    Our God, our help in ages past,
    Our hope for years to come,
    Our shelter from the stormy blast,
    And our eternal home;
    —Isaac Watts (1674–1748)