CANO


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CANO

Abbreviation for:
Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology
Chief Area Nursing Officer (Medspeak-UK)
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Barrera remembered how Cano loved to talk and visit with people, joking that they were forced to gently tell her goodbye at the end of the day.
Ana Maria tiene una hija, Ortega Cano se ha comprado una finca en San Sebastian de los Reyes y la hija de Ana Maria Aldon ya se ha instalado alli, algo que ala familia de Ortega Cano no le ha gustado mucho>>, aseguraba Gustavo.
Los 55 articulos fueron escritos por Sanin Cano entre 1918 y 1931 y fueron transcritos sin modificacion o actualizacion alguna.
This infuriated Cano and he told me that Cano proceeded to stomp on her neck several times to kill her, and then they discarded her in the trash can,'' Trapp told the grand jury.
En el expediente numero 848/2008, presentado en el Juzgado Primero de Primera Instancia de lo Familiar en esta ciudad, se incluyen 17 empresas de bienes raices de Estados Unidos, supuestamente creadas por Cano, por medio de Adrian Gracia Martinez, otro prestanombres.
Cano, however, met the daunting target with blast after blast, drawing roars of delight from the packed stadium.
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Resaca stated that Cano is not interested in the merger, after more than a year of discussion.
Cano presents a concise account of the practical and theoretical difficulties that beleaguered Proust over the production and publication of his multi-volume A la recherche du temps perdu.
Michael Cano got on the wrong train last Wednesday to go to a meeting in the San Fernando Valley that never took place.
Framing her inquiry in terms of the metaphor/metonymy polarity that has long structured one arena of debate about the Proustian text, Cano sets the work's officious claims for unity (and metaphor) against the metonymic, fragmented history of its production: a history inflected by Proust's own efforts as impresario to stage-manage the appearance of his great work.
FRANK CANO A Beautiful Day/Un Lindo Dia (Frank Cano)