Canavan


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Can·a·van

(kan'ă-van),
Myrtelle M., U.S. pathologist, 1879-1953. See: Canavan disease, Canavan sclerosis, Canavan-van Bogaert-Bertrand disease.
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Kim Canavan, also known as Kim Kennedy, 49, of Princess Drive, West Derby, hurled insults at the pair during a series of incidents.
Christopher Canavan, aged 35, got on to the number 10 bus in Wyken at 9am on January 27 and asked for a day-saver ticket.
UPS announced today that it has named Brendan Canavan, a 33-year UPS veteran, the new president of UPS Airlines.
PETER CANAVAN says the opportunity to manage a club with the pedigree of Cavan Gaels was "too good to turn down".
Mark Canavan, of Broad Street, Rhosllannerchrugog, Wrexham, was found guilty after a trial of wounding Wayne Douglas with intent.
Festival bosses allowed Lewis Canavan - who uses the stage name Silvertongue - to make his headline appearance with dance music producer DJ Teklo after being caught with the pills.
Goals from Niall Canavan and Mark Duffy put the visitors in charge after half an hour before David Prutton was sent off on the stroke of half-time.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Yulia and Gili Ben-Moshe, who live in a small town in Israel, were confronted with every parent's nightmare: their third child, Lavi then three months old, was diagnosed with Canavan Disease.
Outspoken Dennis Canavan savages the memory of the man dubbed Father of the Nation in a new book.
James Canavan, 17, of Clos Meiford, Gabalfa, Cardiff, used the violence needed to rob the three and Keiron Reynolds, an 18-year-old father-to-be, was the enforcer, encouraging them to hand over their belongings, said the prosecutor.
United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAUA) has announced the appointment of Timothy Canavan as vice president of Maintenance and Aircraft Appearance for United Services.
The Closest-to-the-Pin Award, for Hole 18 (3'7"), was presented by Dan Canavan, to Shaun Julian, EM Sullivan.