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.
In this guide, Guerin and DelPo discuss ways to manage problem employees and related legal issues.
The woman is Veronica Guerin, which is also the name of Blanchett's movie.
Premiere of Touchstone Pictures' VERONICA GUERIN at the Mann Bruin Theatre.
IRISH journalist Veronica Guerin had already survived two shootings when she was murdered in 1996.
At first glance, it appears that entrepreneurs Richard Guerin and Dan Schaffer have little in common.
DUBLIN crime lord John Gilligan ordered members of his gang to murder journalist Veronica Guerin to protect his drugs empire, it was claimed yesterday.
THE tragic story of Irish journalist Veronica Guerin, gunned down in a Dublin street four years ago because of a series of stories she was running about local drugs barons, has been made into a film.
A man was jailed for life yesterday for the murder of Irish journalist Ms Veronica Guerin.
The dancers brilliantly execute a long series of delicately sensual movements which come to an abrupt close when Guerin approaches a microphone and delivers a disturbing speech about chlamydia, gonorrhea, and various other manifestations of sexual illness.
OneLink management had previously made a decision to divest its call centers and spin-out the CCRA travel marketing business unit as the first OneLink transaction processing customer," said Bill Guerin, chairman and chief executive officer of OneLink Corporation.
BRIAN Purcell is to fight for his career this week as the damning Guerin report hit out at his handling of claims of Garda malpractice.