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Gey

(gāy),
George O., U.S. physician and researcher, 1899-1970. See: Gey solution.
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Gey van Pittius NC, Perrett KD, Michel AL, Keet DF, Hlokwe T, Streicher EM, et al.
Gey gave away laboratory-grown cells to interested colleagues,.
While Henrietta Lacks was treated at Johns Hopkins, Dr Gey was attempting to fulfill ambitious goals for the Tissue Culture Laboratory, that is, "the isolation and maintenance of normal and malignant or otherwise diseased tissues as temporary or stable organoids or as derived cell strains.
Soon after receiving this news, a group of approximately 40 FSU law professors, alumni, and students decided to take action against ALS in honor of Professor Gey.
Sentencing De La Gey at Warwick Crown Court, Recorder Stuart Rafferty, said: "The streets of this country and other countries are awash with drugs because of people like you.
Retired butcher Rae said: "The pub has definitely changed - the prices are gey dear.
Robert Gey, president, The Fuller Brush Company; Fernando Morthera, president, Stanley Home Products; Douglas R.
HOLLYWOOD CBS has inked Reba McEntire to star in a small screen version of the Irving Berlin revival "Annie Gey Your Gun.
From this summer, the most popular hurl at weddings and ceilidhs will be called the GEY Gordons.
Gey, professor of law at Florida State University's College of Law; the Rev.
In a recent article,(1) Steven Gey takes strenuous issue with proposals to regulate racist and misogynistic hate speech.
Fred Gey at the University of Berne in Switzerland, studied 110 men with previously undiagnosed chest pain and 394 health men who reported no heart disease symptoms.