Cronkhite

Cronk·hite

(kron'kīt),
Leonard W., Jr., 20th-century U.S. internist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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Media Contact Brian Cronkhite, Burson-Marsteller O: 415.
The Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism Mrs Praxoula Antoniadou had a meeting yesterday at her office with the Director and Deputy Director of US company Noble Energy' in Cyprus, Messrs John Tomich and James Cronkhite respectively.
Painter Donald Cronkhite, who lives in the suburb of Allen Park, said Osten's effort is exciting because "someone is realizing the need for a place like this and is willing to take a chance putting it in Detroit.
Buckley v Cronkhite, 74 Ill App 3d 487, 490-93, 393 NE2d 60, 64-66 (2d D 1979).
See also David Allender, "Community Policing: Exploring the Philosophy," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, March 2004, 18-22; Clyde Cronkhite, "Fostering Community Partnerships That Prevent Crime and Promote Quality of Life," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, May 2005, 7-10; John Ellison, "Community Policing: Implementation Issues," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, April 2006, 12-16; and Carl Peed, "The Community Policing Umbrella," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, November 2008, 22-24.
Hiring a financial adviser isn't a bad idea either, said Michael Cronkhite, vice president of wealth management for Stephens Private Client Group of Little Rock.
From ``A Return to Family Picnics,'' by Russell Cronkhite.
In 1955, Cronkhite and Canada described the syndrome that bears their names.
The following information has been accumulated from monthly BLS Employment and Earnings publications; see Tucker (1965-66), Spinks (1967), Utter (1968-70, 1974, 1980), Armknecht (1971), Testerman (1972), Shipp (1973), Goings (1975), Beall (1976-77), Buso and Bennett (1978), Both (1979), Utter and Farrell (1981), Farrell (1982-85), Thomas (1986, 1991), Cronkhite (1987-89), Getz (1990, 1992, 1995-97), Kreisler (1993), Roosma (1994), Strifas (1998, 2003), McConnell (1999), Getz and Logothetti (2000), Mueller (2001), Duffin (2002), Lejarde (2004), and Kim (2005).
By Cathy Cronkhite and Jack McCullough; published by McGraw Hill/Osborne Media, 877/833-5524 (phone), 614/759-3749 (fax); 304 pages; $24.