Pomeroy


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(pom'ĕr-oy),
Ralph H., U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist, 1867-1925. See: Pomeroy operation.
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The court heard that during the incident, Pomeroy had been waving the wrench and was "under the influence of some substance.
27 October 2015 - US-based IT infrastructure solutions and managed services firms Pomeroy and Tolt Solutions will combine to become part of the newly created Pomeroy Group of Companies, the firm said.
Irish-born Dr Pomeroy - usually known as Dick and dubbed by some locals the "saint of Chelmsley Wood" - spent around 40 years working on the estate.
Pomeroy s passion for public health, research and healthcare policy, along with her breadth and depth of experience, will undoubtedly bring a valuable perspective to the Company, said Vincent A.
Pomeroy was the husband of Patricia (Kelley) Pomeroy, to whom he was married 46 years.
Pomeroy will be based in the company's Denver, Colorado office and will be responsible for managing and supporting Jviation's planning initiatives in the FAA Northwest Mountain Region and Central Region.
Pomeroy begins his story in 1901 with a snapshot of the economic and demographic growth of the West, which he contends had only scratched the surface of the great opportunities and potential the region possessed.
Joseph Pomeroy The case was adjourned for trial in December.
GAMBLING Commission chairman Brian Pomeroy is not given to over-statement, so when he says the new overlord for betting and gaming in the UK has made "a reasonable start, given the newness of the act", the claim could equate in a demonstrative man's words to "extremely delighted", or even something more expansive.
Pomeroy has added to the understanding of this pioneer in wood engraving by expanding on the material from 19th-century biographies of Anderson, such as Benson John Lossing's Memorial and Frederic Burr's Life and Works of Alexander Anderson.
Pomeroy also admitted a 17th charge, a "roll-up" count of possessing 182,677 indecent photographs of children which were found following a search of his then Darlington home.
The simple fact is, we don't see the payback there, usually," said Ron Pomeroy, president of Kansas Castings.