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Cald·well

(kawld'wel),
George W., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1834-1918. See: Caldwell-Luc operation.

Cald·well

(kawld'wel),
William E., U.S. obstetrician, 1880-1943. See: Caldwell-Moloy classification.

Cald·well

(kawld'wel),
Eugene W., U.S. radiologist, 1870-1918. See: Caldwell projection, Caldwell view.
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"Perhaps, most importantly, agencies are not required to move any of their existing business, or business they write direct, underneath our network, nor do they have to split any commissions on their direct carrier codes," Caldwell explained.
"It's an honor to be selected to represent Oklahoma on this committee to study the current state of health care in our nation and to work with others to find solutions," Caldwell said.
"They're looking for the curious traveler who wants that unique experience," Caldwell said.
The movie goes beyond pure climbing action, paints intimate portraits of Caldwell and Jorgeson, and celebrates the universal spirit of dreaming big, and never giving up.
A higher education veteran with 24 years of experience, including leadership roles at the University of North Georgia, Caldwell received her undergraduate degree from Northern Illinois University, a master's from Argosy University and an Ed.D.
Founded by William Caldwell and Allen Boucher in June 1888, Caldwell Manufacturing at first was more like a hardware company, Mertz said, making nutmeg grinders, shaving mirrors, door stops and more.
The four-time champion chatted with Caldwell and gave him a signed glove with the message, "Stay strong".
Haut-Brion has its own small cooperage, and that is something Caldwell wanted to bring to Napa as well, but it took years and only came together after he was able to find someone from the United States who could make barrels in France.
Caldwell has built a practice encompassing various aspects of criminal and civil litigation.
Jailing Caldwell for three years, Judge Robert Warnock said: "That clearly indicates the depths to which she would sink".
Dr Caldwell, whose father was a GP, was educated at Durham School and entered Newcastle Medical School in 1941.