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HACEK

acronym for Haemophilus, Actinobacillus, Cardiobacterium, Eikenella, and Kingella, microorganisms associated with infective endocarditis.

HACEK

Acronym for bacteria that cause infective endocarditis–Haemophilus, Actinobacillus, Cardiobacterium, Eikenella, Kingella spp. See Infective endocarditis.

HACEK

An acronym for Haemophilus , Actinobacillus, Cardiobacterium, Eikenella, Kingella (a group of slow-growing, gram-negative bacilli that occasionally cause endocarditis in humans).
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To date, Caron says they've mined about 30,000 tonnes and "have developed two-million tonnes of ore from a resource of hundreds of millions of tonnes.
But their worst nightmare came true last November when Caron suffered a miscarriage.
Caron, 82, and his wife, Dorothy, moved into Unit 221.
Hunniford said she draws strength from her grandchildren and the launch of the Caron Keating Foundation, which will raise money for cancer charities.
A nurse told them on their arrival that Caron had only hours left and she spent precious moments with sons Charlie, nine, and Gabriel, seven.
St Caron represents Tregaron and St David, or Dewi, represents Llanddewi.
She also said that Ulster-born Caron had wanted to enjoy one final cup of tea around her mother's kitchen table in Sevenoaks, Kent, and this wish had been granted when Russ drove her home from a clinic in Switzerland the night before she died.
She was too emotional to speak, but Carons husband Russ Lindsay read out a letter to the congregation at St Peters Church in the grounds of Hever Castle, Kent, where Caron was buried.
CARON provides custom, OEM, and private label products designed to meet exacting requirements for demanding applications.
gr] Lafleche amene avec lui l'abbe Napoleon Caron, chanoine de la cathedrale de Trois-Rivieres.
Comme clerc et homme de son temps, Napoleon Caron voue, dans ses ecrits, une veritable admiration aux colons qui tentent de faire reculer la foret au profit de l'agriculture, ce type des anciens Canadiens .
Buhlmann explores the relations between Le Caron and various other intellectual movements of the day.