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Ri·ley

(rī'lē),
Conrad M., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Riley-Day syndrome.

Ri·ley

(rī-lē),
Harris D., Jr., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Smith-Riley syndrome.
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Riley is the president-elect of the American College of Physicians.
As he reflects on his father's legacy, Stephen Riley said one of the qualities he admired most was his father's patience.
BMC was formed in 1952 by the merger of the Austin Motor Company and the Nuffield Organisation - which was then the parent company of Riley as well as the Morris car company, MG and Wolseley.
If Riley finds identification or contact information on the items, she notifies owners that their possession awaits them.
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Henry Riley will train them in all aspects of project management, quantity surveying and cost consultancy.
Geoffrey Riley, 75, of Holmbridge, was awarded the Albert Medal - later superseded by the George Cross - after diving into flood waters to bravely try to rescue a woman.
Although physical limitations have hindered Riley from what some may call a normal life, he's accomplished plenty, including earning two master's degrees in social work and public administration.
Riley holds that those societies in which longevity has become the norm have passed through "the health transition".
We had previously repotted troubling signs at ATRS, but it was the Riley default that seemed to awaken the pension fund's sleepy board of trustees.