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Mann

(man),
Frank C., U.S. surgeon, 1887-1962. See: Mann-Bollman fistula, Mann-Williamson operation, Mann-Williamson ulcer.
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Keith Mann has a personal connection to the New York Police Department.
Prosecutor Bill Astin said that Mann was before magistrates in January after assaulting his 64-year-old mother.
Mann initially agreed to buy the historic Apthorp at 390 West End Avenue in 2006, and later brought in Africa Israel chairman Lev Leviev as his partner in a record $426 million acquisition.
Mann, now 51, was the only doctor at the Skyline Medical Clinic in Russellville, where one of his specialties was internal medicine.
For more far-out suggestions, like vegetarian sushi, the item was only served at Mann Elementary as a special treat.
Most of the discoveries Mann considers are a matter of consensus among many experts and will not surprise scholars of Native American studies.
I've danced programs like that many times," says Mann, laughing, but clearly remembering the exhaustion she felt after HSDC's three-week spring season at the Joan W.
Mann reported that 75 per cent of the $1,055,630 in tsunami donations raised by PWRDF has already been channeled to Action by Churches Together (ACT)--a global ecumenical agency--which has, in turn, disbursed them to churches and non-governmental organizations involved in tsunami work in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India and Thailand.
Mann, of Brompton Street, Oldham, who has been registered blind for six years and recently had heart surgery, pleaded guilty at Liverpool crown court to assaulting Mrs Mann, causing actual bodily harm.
Mann, who died in February at the age of 92, started out as a professional musician.
The United States, Mann argues, has many of the necessary requisites for global domination--nuclear weapons, conventional forces in large numbers, global deployment capability, and firepower--but its unwillingness to take casualties in large numbers makes it vulnerable.
Thomas Mann seems to have lain dormant for 30 years since the 1970s excitement of the Visconti film made from his novella, Death in Venice.