Carnett

Car·nett

(kar-net'),
J. B., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Carnett sign.
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And in November 2016, following the death of 100-year-old Eddie Carnett, he became the oldest surviving Major Leaguer.
Questions or comments about this article may be directed to Summer Carnett Martin, PhD, at sumartin@fullerton.
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Mick Carnett never meant to get into the business of roasting coffee.
For a comparison of how Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and Japan have approached the temporal application of successive amendments to their arbitration legislation, now all based on the Moat Law, see Carnett and Nottage, above n 8.
dispensing the wrong medication; Carnett, 1999; Handley, Stuart, & Kirz, 1994).
We had been using Social Security numbers as ID numbers for many years, but had also attached a special 'identifier' number to each student to be used within our computer system," said Jim Carnett, a spokesman for OCC.
Ian Surgeon, 43, from Carnett House, Dundonald, has also pleaded not guilty to the murder.
carried a stuffed giraffe under her arm, a present from her boyfriend, Douglys Carnett, 20, Placerville.
Jim Carnett, Orange Coast's director of public relations, reports that Gratton did publish opinion pieces in a couple of local papers.
McKinney invited these five state music leaders to meet in Nashville in December 1945, along with Ellis Carnett, head of the School of Music, Southwestern Seminary.
Reporting by Ray Allegrezza, Christina Wray Carnett and Dina Santorelli