Calkins

Cal·kins

(kahl'kinz),
Leroy Adelbert, U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist, 1894-1960. See: Calkins sign.
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Old Calkins nearly died of heart disease when he saw the devastation I had wreaked upon it.
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For recreational cannabis, it's a matter of location, location, location, Cannabis Property Brokers CEO Nickolas Calkins said Thursday at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Thursday.
Being named a Top Place to Work by The Washington Post is further validation of the exceptional talent we have, and the unique culture we have cultivated over the past 20 years, said Matthew Calkins, CEO and Founder of Appian.
Historical mystery author Susanna Calkins will discuss her new novel set in a 1920s Chicago speak-easy with renowned book reviewer Erica Ruth Neubauer at 7 p.m.
During his 31 years as general manager of Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial, Jeff Calkins helped bring some of the biggest musical and entertainment acts to Rochester.
has named president and chief operating officer Dan Calkins chairman and chief executive officer, effective immediately.Montvale-based paint company Benjamin Moore & Co.
He then took on the publisher's role at The Daily Courier in Forest City, N.C., before coming to Calkins Media as the director of digital services.
With age, people tend to get more premature beats, added Hugh Calkins, director of the electrophysiology lab at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore.
This was "the first time" any group of experts suggested an indication potentially existed for ablating asymptomatic atrial fibrillation (AF), Hugh Calkins, MD, said at the annual International AF Symposium.
Calkins Media' s over-the-top (OTT) business and mobile app technology, which enables media organizations to grow their audiences with branded channels on all of the major streaming platforms, has a new owner.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 20, 2017-New Media to Acquire 4 Publications/Digital Operations of Calkins Media for USD 17.5m