Meigs


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Meigs

(mīgz),
Joe V., U.S. gynecologist, 1892-1963. See: Meigs syndrome.
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It is not a surprise that Meigs finds the experiences of World War I soldiers so different from those of Civil War or World War II soldiers.
The Meigs Point wing has an English country theme with plaids in jewel tones, darker chintz florals, and tailored stripes.
Meigs, editor-in-chief of Popular Mechanics, will explore in his presentation, "The Coming Age of Ubiquitous Information," how emerging technologies will continue to change daily life--from crash-proof cars to a crash-proof smart power grid.
Firefighters prevented the blaze on one side of the duplex from reaching the attic, while the other side suffered only smoke damage, Eugene Springfield Battalion Chief Ben Meigs said.
Frontier General Manager Dave George said that the investment of CAF resources will make broadband available to an extra 659 households in the next three years in Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Pike, Scioto and Vinton counties.
The Portable Kitchen's creator, Hilton Meigs of Beaumont, Texas, had discovered in 1952 that thick cast aluminum was lightweight, didn't melt and didn't rust and held heat better than steel.
Meigs makes good use of one-liners and introduces a cast of colorful supporting characters with names like Buford Cluttle, Dirkson Slidgendorf, Torrance Bwanger and Altoona Popson.
The auction will include land in Muskingum, Athens, Meigs and Gallia Counties, offered in 66 tracts.
Eugene Springfield Battalion Chief Ben Meigs said the fire was on the second floor and in the attic.
Culligan of Central Ohio is offering its services to Hocking, Athens, Vinton and Meigs counties out of its Canal Winchester dealership.
In 1937, Meigs came to similar conclusion about ovarian fibromas and granulosa cell tumors.
PK Grills began in the early 1950s, when Hilton Meigs of Beaumont, Texas, discovered that thick cast aluminum was lightweight, didn't melt and didn't rust and held heat better than steel.