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A·ran

(ah-rahn'),
François A., French physician, 1817-1861. See: Aran-Duchenne disease, Duchenne-Aran disease.

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The defendant and the other males then ran off towards St Mary Street and bystanders helped Dr Aran, who called the police.
Aran and her three daughters lived there whenever she was not in good terms with her husband.
Family affair: Eavan Murray, Rob Ross, Norrie Louise Ross and Aran Patterson at site
The rebel forces in Tel Aran primarily comprise two Al-Qaeda linked factions.
Conneely is aware that all writing from or about the Islands in the past century exists to some extent in the shadow of Synge's The Aran Islands (1907), but she smartly begins her study a bit earlier, with Emily Lawless's Grania: The Story of an Island (1892), a choice which offers the possibility of greater complexity and nuance in telling the story she wants to tell.
During the workshop Aran Gimeno, who brought along fellow company member Jorge Puerta Armenta as an observer, was a guest artist for two theater classes and participated, with Puerta Armenta, in a moderated discussion during a dance seminar.
Dr Sirinapha Jittimanee, Public Health Officer at the Tuberculosis Bureau, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand, told Citizen News Service - CNS that Aran is covered under health insurance and can receive free MDR-TB care from another hospital which is nearer to his house and covered through his health insurance.
Synge: "Go to the Aran Islands and find a life that has never been exposed in literature.
As this syntax tried its best--at times cleverly, at times futilely--to organize sense, the nature of what Aran calls "bureaucratic formalism" comes into focus.
He told the inquest that he, Mrs Kaur and Aran, a pupil at All Saints C of E Primary School in West Bromwich, had been passengers in a car driven by a distant relative when it took a minor dirt-track road and tried to cross the railway line.
Meade described his death as "heartbreaking" and reiterated his belief that without injuries Aran Concerto could have been "as good a horse as we've had".
In a statement, medical doctor Jason Wilber said he was descending the south ridge of Snowdon towards Yr Aran when he saw Mr Lister and went to Mr Bunn's aid.