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Aar·on

(ar'on),
Charles D., U.S. physician, 1866-1951. See: Aaron sign.
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Aaron,

in the Old Testament of the Bible, Moses' brother.
Aaron rod - walking stick (rod) with one serpent twined around it, used as a symbol for medicine.
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"Officers are becoming increasingly concerned for Aron and want to make sure he is safe and well."
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Although slow, progress has been made, and there has been a significant reduction in military activity, specifically in Hodeidah, as well as regular meetings between the warring sides, which was not the case previously, Aron said.
Aron (supported by the GSG guaranty) will be required to make a termination payment to NCEA on the mandatory purchase date.
The court sentenced Aron to two months for those assaults, with the penalty commutable to a fine of NT$60,000.
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Speaking at a meeting with Sudan's National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) Thursday, Aron pointed to progress made in peace efforts in Sudan, saying the disarmament campaign was successful and contributed to achieving stability in the country.
He's performed successful Elvis tribute shows since 2007 and is now the Ricky Aron Rock and Roll Show.
And now thousands of people on Reddit have agreed to send Aron Christmas cards from as far away as America, the Middle East and New Zealand.
Car production line worker Aron, who lives in Cannock, Staffordshire, was enjoying a meal with fiancee Sammi, 23, having just returned from a Cyprus holiday when they spotted the mould on his dish.
THE STORY: "My mother and father named me Aron," narrates a poor Polish boy, "but my father said they should have named me What Have You Done, and my uncle told everyone they should have called me What Were You Thinking" When the constantly disparaged Aron Rozycki and his family leave a rural Polish shtetl for Warsaw to find work, they find a hell far worse: the Germans invade Poland and turn the neighborhood into a ghetto, and the already-impoverished area becomes even more miserable.