Munro


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Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
John C., U.S. surgeon, 1858-1910. See: Munro point.

Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
William J., Australian dermatologist, 1863-1908. See: Munro abscess, Munro microabscess.
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But Munro later applied to vacate his guilty pleas.
UTC+08:00, Munro will discuss key findings from the five vehicle system reports -- body, rolling chassis, battery and heat exchange, powertrain and interiors -- and highlight some of the production methods BMW used for the i3, as well as surprises and lessons learned from their teardown with the vehicle.
I think so far we have mainly made mistakes and learned from them," Munro says, and laughs as he explains how often he has failed to grow a proper chair over the past 10 years.
You see, Munro, founder and CEO of Munro & Associates, a consultancy that helps companies save rather significant amounts of money in developing and manufacturing products, had purchased a BMW i3 for some $53,000.
Munro even points us toward the source of her trickery, in the way that Nabokov might.
USCGC Munro and her crew have been tasked under the Tactical Command (TACON) of Commander, Coast Guard District SEVENTEEN (CCGD 17) to conduct enforcement in the 7th Fleet Area of Responsibility (AOR) and North Pacific Ocean to patrol in support of illegal High Seas Drift Net (HSDN) fishing vessels, as well as enforcement of Western Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) regulations, stated Cmdr.
Munro was awarded the prize for her short stories that focus on the frailties of the human condition, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Munro attacked mum-of-four Kim after checking her Facebook page and finding a photo of her kissing a watersports instructor on a holiday in Tunisia.
Several pupils who survived the crash have also lodged claims for damages against Munro at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.
Munro, now 81, describes her final four stories, which chronicle a childhood in Ontario, as "autobiographical in feeling though not, sometimes, entirely in fact.
I timed the question believing the president was closing his remarks, because naturally I have no intention of interrupting the president of the United States," Neil Munro said.
Mr Munro said: "2011 is turning out to be a very exciting year for us.