Castleman

Cas·tle·man

(kas'ĕl-măn),
Benjamin, U.S. pathologist, 1906-1982. See: Castleman disease.
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Each 110-foot by 38-foot tug, designed by Greg Castleman of Castleman Maritime, LLC, sited in League City, Texas, is being mated to an 80,000-barrel barges designed by Bristol Harbor Group and being built by Conrad Industries of Amelia, La.
Castleman captain Mitch Martin won the toss and wisely chose to play up the slope in the first half.
M2 PHARMA-April 13, 2017-The Castleman Disease Collaborative Network Teams with Janssen on Study
These are delivery challenges," asserts Ben Castleman, assistant professor of education and public policy at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Key Words: Lymph node, cervical lymphadenopathy, Hylization and Calcification, Castleman Disease.
All of these observations about the limits of rational decision-making are well supported, insofar as they go, but where Castleman and others run into trouble is when they try to design solutions.
Benjamin Castleman in 1956 and he further reported around 13 cases of unicentric hyaline vascular Castleman's disease and described the classic pathologic features.
Castleman knows the foster care system well--she was adopted when she was six from an orphanage.
A report released in April 2013 by Benjamin L Castleman of Harvard University and Lindsay C.
Benjamin Castleman with presentation of 13 patients with unicentric hyaline vascular.
The class valedictorians are Justin Bennett, Luke Bennett, Hijiriko Castleman, Ronan Hall and Kolby Owens.
Scott Castleman, a spokesman for Columbia Pipeline Group in Charleston, WV, said the company "will continue to work with state and local officials and neighbors to move this important project forward.