Abbott


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Ab·bott

(ab'ŏt),
Alexander C., U.S. bacteriologist, 1860-1935. See: Abbott stain for spores.

Ab·bott

(ab'ŏt),
W. Osler, U.S. physician, 1902-1943. See: Abbott tube, Miller-Abbott tube.
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After a contentious 2017 at the Capitol, Abbott took the unusual step of backing primary opponents to three incumbents in his own party: Republican state Reps.
Abbott Label is a leading manufacturer of stock, custom and digital labels with a longstanding and growing national customer base of both distributors and re-sellers.
We're proud to receive this Scrip CSR Award on behalf of our Abbott Fund colleagues and the Government of Tanzania," said John B.
Abbott is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Dorothy (Donnelly) Abbott of Ithaca, New York.
Abbott claimed that Takeda Pharmaceutical had unjustly earned profits from its supply of lansoprazole to TAP Pharmaceutical Product, a joint venture company between Abbott and Takeda.
Andrew Menary QC, prosecuting, has told the jury it is not alleged that Michael or Mark Abbott was the gunman, but that they had been actively involved in planning Mr Peloe's murder.
SAUGUS - Dean Abbott carries the bright optimism of a typical high school graduate and the calm of someone who understands the fragile blessing of his own mortality.
In an entirely unexpected move on December 4, 2003, Abbott Laboratories increased the U.
Abbott at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the researchers placed a layer of phospholipids--the fatty acids constituting cell membranes--on top of a liquid crystal.
Ritonavir soft-gelatin capsules are white and imprinted with the Abbott corporate logo on one side.
Alysia Abbott has created a visually stunning memorial to her father, Steve Abbott, who was an influential figure in San Francisco's literary world in the 1080s.