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God·win

(god'win),
John T., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Godwin tumor.
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The newly renamed Godwin PC will continue its primary focus, built over the past 35 years, on business and commercial litigation and appeals.
As such, we plan to make a major investment in the center and reposition it as The Shoppes at Godwin in order to best serve this need,"
Godwin is committed to providing the best pumps in the industry and to helping customers understand the new requirements and the impact these changes will have on their businesses," said Mike Ramos, vice president and director of operations and engineering for Xylem's Godwin brand.
Kieran Gagg, newly appointed rental manager for Xylem across Europe, the Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific regions, said "We believe the increased demand we are experiencing from the rental market for our high-head Godwin pumps is due to customers recognizing the value of our rental option.
Godwin, Chairman and CEO of Godwin Lewis, states, “Michelle comes to our firm with a great deal of experience.
Godwin plans to inject $4 million in Williamsen, which at present is known as Williamsen-Godwin Truck Body Co.
The citation for the award reads: "Commander Godwin not only delivered operational commitment with his Merlin Mk 1 Anti-submarine helicopters, but significantly increased their flying rate and availability.
Now a history, dance and drama teaching block at Arden Academy, in Knowle, has been re-named the Tommy Godwin Building in memory of the sportsman, who lived in the village and died last November.
With the exception of a brief mention by Newman, (11) none of the post-anarchist studies cited above substantially revisit Godwin, which is to say that post-anarchism has not yet encountered Godwin beyond the "identified territories" of his thinking.
While the discovery of Jewish heritage was a surprise to Peter Godwin who previously thought of himself as a white African expatriate, there was a strong southern African Jewish community that his father could well have chosen to become part of, and this community has developed and maintained its own particular cultural identity (Shain 2011).
Godwin, a retired track cyclist, spent the end of his life at the Marie Curie Hospice in Solihull.
Craig Godwin started the blaze after spending the day boozing with friends in Woodchurch Road, Birkenhead.