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Stokes

(stōks),
George Gabriel, British physicist and mathematician, 1819-1903. See: stoke, Stokes law (2), Stokes law (3).

Stokes

(stōks),

Stokes

(stōks),
William, Irish surgeon, 1839-1900. See: Stokes amputation, Gritti-Stokes amputation.
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Separately, Stokes reviews reports of confusion about state coverage continuation rules for group health plans of all sizes.
Stokes is already being investigated about the money he has handled from a variety of sources.
We decided to niche ourselves in the line of quality," says Stokes.
Stokes is survived by his wife, Sybil; two daughters, Elizabeth Stokes and Susan Stokes; a sister, Eleanor Stokes Szanton; and three grandchildren.
Carl Stokes is legendary in local government circles, for his ideas, his energy and his accomplishments.
Stokes bought his business after moving to Oregon from the Midwest.
Stokes did their homework to win this account," said Ted Devenport, Subway development agent for the state of Hawaii.
The 26-year-old took social media by storm when a picture emerged showing Stokes leaving London's Heathrow airport, with speculations mounting that he is set to join his England teammates in Australia.
The court also heard that the remainder was then taken by Phillips and Stokes while they performed the formal count in a police station.
The assault is alleged to have happened on the second of three visits that Stokes made to the Castle Bar in Dublin on March 13, 2011.
On the day of his funeral in Dublin, Stokes jnr wrote on Twitter: "Thinking of you Alan".
Stokes is an aviation artist who has more than 36 years of professional experience and who has produced hundreds of aviation-related paintings.