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Gey

(gāy),
George O., U.S. physician and researcher, 1899-1970. See: Gey solution.
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Although Gey rejects the justificatory theory he finds implicit in Scalia's several death penalty opinions, he shares with Scalia a determination that the Court must "consider the states' asserted purposes for which the death penalty may be used.
She said: "The concise Scots dictionary says the meaning of the word gey is excellent or splendid.
Gey summarized general trends in church-state law at the Supreme Court, pointing out that members of the high court are deeply divided over the issue and as a result "they don't really know what they're doing anymore.
Robert Gey, President of The Fuller Brush Company, "Our strong and successful relationship with QVC demonstrates a shared commitment to provide cost effective solutions to household cleaning issues.
The ancient fling has been renamed Gey Gordons by officials who are staging a massive dance festival next month.
The GEy leading-edge system designers that enclosure etail and banking systems, communication cablesin combined revenues and 386,000 employees in more than 190 countries.
Because "lawyers are not a particularly athletic crowd," Professor Steven Gey says he is a little worried about the 44 people who plan to complete a triathlon in his honor March 24 in Tallahassee.
Busybodies are renaming our favourite hurl the GEY Gordons.
In addition to the scholars' papers, one of which was written by FSU law Professor Steve Gey, the Review includes an introduction by former Florida Gov.
According to the presiding judge Annika Gey, the termination of the traders was out of proportion.
To the Editor: We thank Gey van Pittius and colleagues for their addition to the markers that identify Mycobacterium orygis as a distinct subspecies in the M.
Former President Supreme Court Bar, Asma Jahangir herself raised slogans in favour of democracy like "Ham cheen ke lein gey azadi" (We will snatch freedom).