Cowdry

Cow·dry

(kow'drē),
Edmund Vincent, U.S. cytologist, 1888-1975. See: Cowdry type A inclusion bodies, Cowdry type B inclusion bodies.
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Among those participating are Joan's Goodwin's father, Al Krapf, who worked many years ago for Simonds Saw, then spent 27 combined years at Dixie Cowdry Machine, and its final version of American Can.
Miles Cowdry, who is currently general manager-business development for Rolls-Royce plc, will be the president of the new company.
Sally Cowdry, O2's marketing director, justified the higher price stating music fans get two downloads for a one-off fee, as the service sends the track to a PC and phone simultaneously.
State whether notification relates managerial responsibilities/ to a person connected with a person director discharging managerial responsibilities/director named in MILES COWDRY 3 and identify the connected person
Sally Cowdry, O2 UK Marketing Director, said: "The project will create a virtual 'time capsule' - documenting three days in the life of three UK cities.
Sally Cowdry Marketing & Consumer Director Camelot UK Lotteries Limited
Furnishing affair Texture, shape and symmetry are vital ingredients for successful grey sanctuaries, says Jane Cowdry, founder of soft furnishings online boutique, Lily Matthews.
The Middle East is a rapidlygrowing market, and the United Arab Emirates presents a major hub for airlines and aerospace activities within the region," Miles Cowdry, services president at Rolls-Royce said in a statement.
Alsea (13) - Cathcart 9, McGrew 4, Bode, Dixon, Dimock, Melahn, Cowdry, Leskova, Mann.
Cowdry, President and CEO, Data Systems & Solutions, said: "CoreData's proven aircraft-level maintenance and operations data management capability will extend the reach of our Predictive Services Business.
Carissa met Anthony last summer at the polo championships at Cowdry Park, Sussex, which is one of summer's society events.