Mermis

Mermis

(mĕr'mis),
Genus of long, opaque nematodes; larval stages passed in the hemocelic cavity of insects, particularly grasshoppers, whereas adults are free-living in the soil. Accidental ingestion by humans causes infection.

Mer·mis

(mer'mis)
Genus of long opaquenematodes; larval stages passed in the hemocelic cavity of insects, particularly grasshoppers, whereas adults live free in soil. Accidental ingestion by humans causes infection.
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The Springfield chamber also announced Cornerstone Awards for John Halgren, a former chamber board member; Mary Adams of the Lane Transit District; Mike Eyster of the University Oregon, a chamber board member; Jessica Mermis of the UPS Store and Steven Leuck of Contractors Electric.
These goals have frequently been unidimensional and functionally-based (Fabian, 1991; Mermis, 2005).
Logan Leaming Son of Gary and Lisa Leaming Redmond, Utah BreeEll McEwen Daughter of Rich and Amy McEwen Richfield, Utah Jarrod Mermis Son of Bill and Jolene Mermis Alton, Ill.
Law's ability to continue to move the college forward in a progressive and visionary manner," trustee Stephan Mermis said in a prepared statement.
The chamber also announced Cornerstone Awards to individuals for strong support of the chamber, including John Halgren, a former chamber board member; Mary Adams of the Lane Transit District, Jessica Mermis of the UPS Store and Steven Leuck of Contractors Electric.
Outcome goals in rehabilitation counseling have traditionally been unidimensional and functionally-based (Fabian, 1991; Mermis, 2005).
Mermis resigned as Chief Executive Officer and Director effective on such date, and on February 8, 2008 Roger D.
Always devoted to keeping her business eco-friendly, owner Jessica Mermis had to change just one thing before her United Parcel Service Store in Springfield could be certified "green" by BRING Recycling: Lose the bottle of Windex.
The UPS Springfield store accepts used Styrofoam, both peanuts and block form and even plastic bubble wrap for re-use as packing material, said store owner Jessica Mermis.