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Traumatic lacerations inflicted by a razor or knife which extend from the tragus to the oral commisure, which often involve the facial nerve, and less commonly the parotid duct Management End-to-end anastomosis of facial nerve, cannulation with stent if the parotid gland is affected
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Harry's Davy IF he had another life MARK RONSON knows what he would do.
Hug described brokers as large general agents around the country, such as Crump, Branco and Life Mark.
The first element of UID implementation is actually placing the correctly formatted life mark on the item.
The H E Bates novels proved a TV hit for David Jason, Catherine Zeta Jones and Pam Ferris and the tales of country life mark the climax of the Loft Theatre's main house summer season in Leamington.
One major initiative that has contributed to the 2007 media impressions to date is the Mushroom Council's partnership with Bob Greene's Best Life Diet, which enables participating growers and shippers to carry Greene's Best Life mark of approval on fresh mushroom packaging until December 31, 2008.
For a bronze Food For Life mark, a caterer needs to show meals contain no undesirable additives or hydrogenated fats, 75% of dishes are fleshly prepared, meat meets welfare standards, eggs are from cage-free hens, and menus are seasonal.
The Pasture for Life mark was launched at the Oxford Real Farming Conference by the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association, a farmer-led organisation that promotes the health, welfare and environmental benefits of raising cattle and sheep exclusively on grass and forage crops.
double life Mark Vento singing outside the Colin Appleyard showrooms in Lockwood
NEW LEASE OF LIFE Mark Rayner of SMCT building contractors at work renovating the bandstand in Newbiggin-by-the-sea which has been sandblasted and will be painted blue
Mushrooms are one of two produce items to carry the Best Life mark of approval.
But for the first five years of his working life Mark was a stone mason chiseling away at headstones, joining his father's firm, Lord's Monumentals, straight after school.