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Fel·ty

(fel'tē),
Augustus R., U.S. physician, 1895-1963. See: Felty syndrome.
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Felty credits the cooperative mentality--a business model he admires for having survived thousands of years--as the source of the telco's leadership outlook, guiding its business decisions regarding the recent upgrade as well as for the future.
Felty commented on the cumbersome nature of the broadband loan application and administration process, noting it is one of the reasons his company has not taken out such a loan.
Three of these penetrated and wounded Felty (thankfully he recovered from these and other fragment wounds).
During the past several years we have grown the distance running program significantly as many of the qualities from our core values of honor, courage and commitment are required to be a successful elite distance runner representing the Navy," said Felty.
The early Geneva-based stage saw Dr Majno engaged in issues as diverse as the benefits of preoperative irradiation for carcinoma of breast and the surgical management of Felty syndrome.
Felty silver foliage covers these Mediterranean shrubs reaching 3 feet wide and half as tall.
com or contact Dianne Felty of Midwest Energy Association, (651) 289-9600 x131.
We've worked out gags, we've worked out funny and different ways of doing things that many times I wouldn't have thought of and they did,'' Felty said.
PHOENIX, July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Snowdon Partners, a private equity real estate investor and its joint venture partner Encanta Homes have acquired home lots in the Felty Farms and Sossaman Estates subdivisions located in Phoenix, Arizona's East Valley.
You'll see several unusual buckwheats (Eriogonum lobbii among them), their felty leaves forming soft mats on the granite, their low-growing flowers pale cream to bright sulfur yellow.