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Har·ring·ton

(har'ing-tŏn),
David O., 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Harrington-Flocks test.
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Following the acquisition, Hukill Hazlett Harrington Agency employees will move into the Assured Neace Lukens Cincinnati office in early next year.
SSgt Harrington then became a special actions technician assigned to the 30th CPTS, Vandenberg AFB in December 2005.
Harrington, 33, was listed in fair condition at Oregon Health and Science University Hospital, spokeswoman Tamara Hargens-Bradley said.
Harrington has been treated for a broken clavicle, broken ribs and a punctured lung, his father, John Harrington, said Monday afternoon.
Score 284 (-4) BILL ELLIOTT (The Observer): 1 Donald, 2 Woods, 3 Harrington.
Disaster befell Harrington, though, as he zig-zagged his way down the 16th and then sent his fourth shot at the par five from greenside rough into the pond guarding the front of the green.
President and CEO of Define Properties Tarek Kandil says that Harrington Middle EastCOs appointment reinforces Define PropertiesCO strategy in the market and positions it as more than just another Dubai based property developer.
Joanna Harrington with the Licensed Victuallers James Patrick Harrington during his early days.
HARRINGTON and Co, which has been trading at Jubilee Crescent, in Radford, Coventry, since 2004, has welcomed a new member to the team.
Harrington will also dance occasionally in character roles.
Padraig Harrington mounted a late comeback to beat Tiger Woods in an exciting play-off to win the Dunlop Phoenix tournament in Japan.
PALMDALE -- Six years after one of the most publicized negotiating debacles in professional sports, former Palmdale High pitching sensation Matt Harrington signed a free-agent contract with the Chicago Cubs.