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mos·chus

(mos'kŭs),
Musk.
[G. moschos, musk]
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Moschos underscored the fact that abnormal bleeding is a common complaint among patients, particularly during and after menopause.
Moschos sent an e-mail questionnaire survey inquiring about resident attrition over the last 5 years to the directors of all 246 accredited ob.
It is within this bivariate cointegration framework that Karfakis and Moschos [1990] test for the relationship between German and other EMS members' interest rates during the EMS period.
Moschos of the law firm Mirick O'Connell left the room to speak with Ms.
Moschos, a senior partner in Mirick O'Connell's labor, employment and employee benefits group, has been inducted into Human Resource Executive Magazine's Employment Attorneys' Hall of Fame.
Moschos, who has been with the foundation since its formation in 2000, said Mrs.
Mountzuris and his wife, Anna, of Byfield; a daughter-in-law, Lisa Mountzuris of Leominster; a sister, Sophia Moschos of Dallas, Texas; and four grandchildren, Matthew, Marianthe, Andrew and Christopher.
Demetrios Moschos, who was present as town counsel, said that his office believed the executive session was in order, and that the communication between the town manager and chairman was confidential.
Valerie James' daughter, Joanna James Moschos, also has worked in the business.
Moschos, a partner at the Worcester law firm Mirick O'Connell.
Moschos has conducted more than 600 labor negotiations, including numerous negotiations involving teachers, manufacturing workers, hospital employees and public employees.