Guerin


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Gué·rin

(gā-rĭn[h]'),

Gué·rin

(gā-rĭn[h]'),
Alphonse F.M., French surgeon, 1816-1895. See: Guérin fold, Guérin fracture, Guérin glands, Guérin sinus, Guérin valve.
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Senancour and Maurice de Guerin in one, seem to have been supplemented here by a larger experience, a far greater education, than either of them had attained to.
SIS officials called Guerin twice to verify that case, but she did not answer.
FORMER Justice Minister Alan Shatter's lawyers have asked for changes to be made to the Guerin report.
Coached by Nick Guerin, the Mountaineers, entering this week of competition, have won seven matches and lost four.
is pleased to announce that Sabrina Guerin received the Paralegal of the Year Award from the Gulf Coast Paralegal Association, held at their Annual Paralegal Appreciation Night held at the Hilton in Naples.
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BRIDGET GUERIN is to become a trustee of the York Race Committee, the body that oversees the operation of the course.
In "Guest," Jose Luis Guerin seizes the opportunity afforded by a year of festival travel to explore the often dirty reality of life on a city's edges, away from all cameras but his own.
GANGSTER Patrick Dutchy Holland always denied murdering crime reporter Veronica Guerin, despite being named as the gunman.