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Conn

(kon),
Harold J., U.S. microbiologist, 1886-1975. See: Hucker-Conn stain.

Conn

(kon),
Jerome, U.S. endocrinologist, 1907-1981. See: Conn syndrome.

Conn

(kon),
H. J., U.S. researcher, 1886-1915. See: Hucker-Conn stain.
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Clearwater Industries leased 4,000 s/f of space at 415 Bridgeport Avenue, Shelton, Conn.
But Sheriff Dickson roared across the courtroom and demanded Conn step back into the dock.
Conn states in his grievance that Garcetti told him he could gain broader experience working in the Pomona office, not in the downtown major crimes division where the unit is made up of skilled and highly motivated prosecutors and practically runs itself.
Conn said the doctored notes - in which statements suggestive of premeditated murder were deleted - amounted to ``rough drafts of the fraudulent defense.
Habitat for Humanity has leased 16,250 s/f of retail space at 114 Honeyspot Road in Stratford, Conn.
Baralt told Conn that she deeply loved Jose and Kitty, and the killings emotionally devastated the relatives.
Aero Quality Sales has signed a five-year, 10,000 SF lease at 61-71 Harbor View in Stamford, Conn.
The defense put the parents on trial because they want you to hate them," Conn said.
Rey de la Fuente, President of Conn Credit and Senior Vice President of Conn's, Inc.
2-acre lease at 110 Bradley Road in Woodbridge, Conn.
Deputy District Attorney David Conn insisted that the portrait of the brothers as abused sons terrorized by a tyrannical father was untrue.
This morning before the market open, CONN reported third-quarter earnings of 38 cents per share, topping analyst estimates by four cents.