Codman

Cod·man

(kod'măn),
Ernest Amory, U.S. surgeon, 1869-1940. See: Codman triangle, Codman tumor.
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He is president and co-founder of Codman Academy Charter Public School in Dorchester, the first public school located within a community health center.
My grandfather John Codman died in 1980 and the show passed down to my mother Jacqueline Codman Millband.
He is founder of the Codman Square Health Center, a multi-service center.
Paul Codman plays Laurel and Alan Grice is Hardy in a stage recreation of their 1934 film, which also features the murderous widow Mrs Fox and Jitters the crazy butler.
Neurological workshop: attendees were able to view and work with a Teaching Skull, EVD Drain System and the Codman Express, thanks to the generous support of Codman Neuro for the educational day.
Codman claims the battery system in Medstream will last eight years, even with the high flow rates in use.
agreed to buy the surgical instruments business of Codman & Shurtleff Inc.
Harold Codman, shown holding a carving he made during his spare time in the jungle
Palm beach-based commercial brokerage NAI/Merin Hunter Codman has added 500,000 square feet of assignments in the last 90 days from lenders requiring help to manage their expanding portfolios, the South Florida Business Journal reported.
PROFESSOR CODMAN'S PUPPET SHOW THEATRE THE Codman family first set up a Punch and Judy show in Liverpool in the 1860s, originally located in Lime Street and later in Williamson Square, and a descendant of the original Prof Codman continues to put on performances in Llandudno to this day.
Richard Codman, founder of Llandudno's Punch and Judy show, took to the road as an 18-year-old with his bareknuckle fighting friend Jem Mace.
Last year, Johnson & Johnson strengthened its position in the stroke technology market with the creation of a new business unit, Codman Neurovascular, a subsidiary of its neuroscience division, Codman & Shurtleff.