Janeway


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Jane·way

(jān'wā),
Edward G., U.S. physician, 1841-1911. See: Janeway lesion.
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The event's steering committee includes Felda Hardymon of Bessemer Venture Partners, Bill Janeway of Warburg Pincus, Tom Keck of Stepstone Group, Scott Kupor of Andreessen Horwitz, Kevin Laws of AngelList, Aileen Lee of Cowboy Ventures, Karen Mills of Harvard University, Ray Rothrock of Venrock, Peter Wendell of Sierra Ventures, Ken Wilcox of Silicon Valley Bank and representatives from Brookings, the PCRI and GSV Capital.
ST PAUL AND THE BROKEN BONES - HALF THE CITY Paul Janeway, frontman and eponymous saint, has a stone-cold show-stopper of a voice.
But Kathryn Janeway and co draw me in more often than I'd ever dare admit with their zany inter-species shenanigans.
The board also voted to approve a refinance of current debt with Clinton Savings Bank, most of it connected to the construction of the Janeway Education Center, which opened in 2002.
By William H Janeway Hong Kong / For 250 years, technological innovation has driven economic development.
Technology visionary William Janeway played a leading role in the transformation of the Internet from a communications medium into an environment for commerce.
Avery Brooks, who became the first black actor to take the lead role when he appeared in the 1993-99 series "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", has also made appearances, along with Kate Mulgrew, who made a splash as female Captain Janeway in "Star Trek: Voyager" for six years.
Which Star Trek series featured the characters Kathryn Janeway, Seven of Nine and Chakotay?
2008, 63) was translated into some forty languages with sales figures of over 1-5 million worldwide, presents us with a different kind of novel in 2010, again masterfully translated into English by Carol Brown Janeway.
Dunning, who combines mystery with good storytelling, has also written four additional Janeway mysteries.