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Lo·gan

(lō'găn),
William H.G., early 20th-century U.S. plastic surgeon. See: Logan bow.
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While Logan was born a boy, he is so sure he is a girl that mum Emma has taken the incredible step of letting him live as one.
ABE: I wouldn't call that being betrayed, exactly, Logan.
From Donna, Harvey finds out that Logan has been taken to SEC for questioning.
Issuing a total of 362,500 common shares of Logan to Equity over a period of six years and six months; and
Mr Rathbone said Walker had offered him support while they sat in a hospital room as Logan fought for his life.
And an entire classroom was evacuated because of the danger Logan posed to other pupils.
Working together enables us to better serve our customers with a wider variety of products, as well as to provide competitive pricing to large and small airports throughout the United States and Canada," said Ken Hamel, Webb's Senior Vice President of Airport Systems, who was recently named President of Logan US.
Logan, 40, was in Cairo reporting for the CBS television news show "60 Minutes" when she was encircled by a mob of two to three hundred men and sexually assaulted.
But then Logan would miss her only shot at crossing the stage before her younger brother.
Known as Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR), the surgery will allow Logan to walk on the soles of his feet by removing a vertebra and severing nerves to relax muscles in his legs.
The Logan van is a sturdy entry level commercial vehicle that is aimed at small business owners, tradesmen, as well as small fleet customers.