Moxam

Moxam

 [mok´sam]
trademark for a preparation of moxalactam disodium, a broad-spectrum antibiotic.
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Newly elected President of the Chamber of Commerce (COC) Johann Moxam has announced that the lobby organisation will propose an official cooperation agreement and alliance with the ministry of commerce and department of investment.
Rush, Brian, Raquel Moxam and Karen Urbanoski 2002 'Characteristics of people seeking help from specialised programs for the treatment of problem gambling in Ontario', Journal of Gambling Issues 6, <http://jgi.
The design reinforces an environment of wellness," said Michael Moxam and Bruce Kuwabara, project principals of the joint venture.
Others identified include back rowfrom left: Jim Stonehouse, Jack Armstrong, Gert Brown, Len Meadows, Brian Powley, Mr K Bentham and Phil Moxam, and centre: Win Easton, Dorothy Bibby, Susan Ridley, Hugh Caldwell, Yvonne Gibson, Maureen Chapman and Audrey Richardson.
But, within hours of our paper hitting the streets, reader Sarah Moxam called from Woodgate Valley to say she had found the darkwood violin.
Newport A defeated Merthyr A 5-0 and their winners were Rob Sutherland, Greg Tippings, Jamie Moxam, Richard Imm and Kane Newall.
Ten-year-old Sarah Moxam and her thirteen-year-old brother Aaron, are tired.
Specialist speech and language therapist Carol Moxam, the clinic's director, said: "When these children come to us, their self-esteem is in their shoes.
Specialist speech and language therapist Carol Moxam, the clinic's director, said: "When children come to us, their self-esteem is in their shoes.
Firefighters pulled James Moxam from his blazing bedroom but he could not be revived.
Two-year-old Brandon Moxam has severe cerebral palsy and needs a bath chair, potty, feeding aid and stair lift.
He succeeds David Moxam, who served as Chairman and CEO for Authentix since 2002.