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Al·len

(al'ĕn),
Willard Myron, U.S. gynecologist, 1904-1993. See: Corner-Allen test, Corner-Allen unit, Allen-Masters syndrome.

Al·len

(al'ĕn),
Edgar, U.S. endocrinologist, 1892-1943. See: Allen-Doisy test, Allen-Doisy unit.

Al·len

(al'ĕn),
Alfred Henry, U.S. chemist, 1846-1904. See: Allen test.

Al·len

(al'ĕn),
Edgar Van Nuys, U.S. physician, 1900-1961. See: Allen test.
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Allen responded: ``The city attorney has missed the essence of the law.
In 2005, top Republican officials and funders considered Allen to be the most likely presidential frontrunner for 2008.
But there were two forks in the road--race and victory--that sent the men spiraling down different paths: Namath toward the Pro Football Hall of Fame and an indelible spot in the nation's pop history; Allen to the ignominy reserved for surly ingrates thought to have squandered their massive potential.
At David Allen's request, Baum-Nebraska made monthly payments by wire transfer from its business bank account to Hydraulics Baum's Swiss account, which Allen controlled.
Allen stresses the parallels between the two places: the oppressors' refusal to acknowledge the family structure of the oppressed, the persecution of their religions, the prohibition of literacy, the massive and forcible removal of populations -- even to the statement by an eighteenth-century Anglo-Irish jurist that "The law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic.
Prior to joining The Allen Group, Filuk was senior vice president and general partner of Mission West Properties, a California-based real estate development company.
Starring: Woody Allen, Hugh Jackman, Scarlett Johansson, Ian
He's right: Allen, whom everyone calls Jean, is the calmest, most charismatic member of her family.
Allen told attendees at the American Institute of CPAs Annual Accounting and Auditing Update Conference in Washington, D.
The Central Intelligence Agency has fallen into such a grim mid-life crisis that we forget how alive it was in its youth under Allen Dulles' command.
This is just the sort of phenomenon that would interest James Smith Allen in his exploration of the relationship between authors, publishers and readers in the 19th and 20th centuries.