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Es·tes

(es'tēz),
William L., Jr., U.S. surgeon, 1885-1940. See: Estes operation.
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The tour includes the Good Samaritan Village and Talon's Point, an affordable housing project of the Estes Park Housing Authority.
Estes was captivated by the contemporary urban landscape, particularly of New York, where he has lived much of his life, although he has also worked in Chicago, Venice, and Paris.
Esta cabeca que or seu desenho providencia o fluxo laminar com velocidade igualada e a distribuicao de pressao combinados com a aspecto "zero pressao" do RMS Single Roll Roller Die e a solucao melhor para este problema.
Estes suggests that killer whales were driven to eat otters by the decline in Steller sea lions and harbor seals.
In a decision that many observers regard as a puzzling irony, Estes was sought out to be the speaker by Francis X.
Estes Audiology is proud to be one of the very few Certified Premier Providers for Lyric[c] hearing solutions and is a recognized professional healthcare provider for Medicare and most major health insurances.
Estes Park, after all, is best known as gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Estes, the 2003 USA Water Polo Female Athlete of the Year, and team captain Heather Moody are returning Olympians at center.
The group quickly realized, Estes says, that the plight of these mice "might be telling us something.