Dakin

Da·kin

(dā'kin),
Henry, U.S. chemist, 1880-1952. See: Dakin fluid, Dakin solution, Dakin-Carrel treatment.
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NYSE: GHL), a leading independent investment bank, announced today that Bryce Dakin has joined the Firm as a Managing Director based in San Francisco and primarily focused on the semiconductor and electronics segments of the technology sector.
Everybody sees what you are writing," said Rick Dakin, CEO of security company Coalfire.
Dr Roslyn Dakin said that these calls are much louder than it needs to be to communicate with just the female it is trying to mate with.
This was a selfish violation of your mother's home," Recorder Ciaran Rankin told Kristoffer Dakin.
Last night, the decision sparked a furious response from Clare Dakin, on whose land the stones sit, who said it undermined the work her family had done to open up the site to visitors.
Accompanied by Karl Dakin, Sullivan Chair in Free Enterprise at Regis, Freeman traveled to the teak tree farm that another Regis professor, Don Bush, and former Regis graduate student Ben Juarez, were planting.
Dakin designed the roof garden for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver.
Back came GAC as Craig Dakin excelled and they built up their advantage once again to close the half up by 20.
Yet "everybody uses it without knowing much about how it works," says Roslyn Dakin of Queen's University in Kingston, Canada.
has declared that it has auctioned its subsidiary Dakin Insurance Agency Inc, to Rixey-Berry Insurance Group for an undisclosed amount.
Andrew Dakin, former director of regeneration at Newport Unlimited, has taken up a role with the Centre for Regeneration Wales.
Dakin, 71, of Ayer, MA and long time resident of Harvard, MA, passed away peacefully and surrounded by family at his home on Monday, March 15, 2010 after a courageous battle with cancer.