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(mə-kŏl′əm), Elmer 1879-1967.
American biochemist and nutritionist who first classified vitamins, distinguishing between fat-soluble (A) vitamins and water-soluble (B) vitamins.
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Summary: The CARINO Collection, a sales and customer information company dedicated to assisting luxury hotels with the global sales process, is pleased to announce that its Executive Director of Sales, Colleen McCollum, has been named president of the New York City Business Travel Association (NYCBTA).
Caption: WORKING TO DEVELOP OPEN LINES of communication between the public and private sectors of law in Florida, Attorney General Bill McCollum is trying a new approach.
McCollum has a fondness for Siesta Key in the summer and owns property in Lutz outside Tampa, where he recently completed a new multiple with Graphicstudio at the University of South Florida.
The inspiration was a desire to deliver a unique, great-tasting, but healthier product," said Neil McCollum, founder of manufacturer Mister Gorller.
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