Christison

Chris·ti·son

(kris'tĕ-sŏn),
Robert, Scottish physician, 1797-1882. See: Christison formula.
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Martin Christison, one of just three men who will graduate from Edinburgh University this year in primary teaching, said: 'I have had comments from female teachers, to the effect that I couldn't hack it in a secondary, so I chose primary
Consumers want good tasting, fresh products and they want them fast," says Carol Christison, executive director for Madison, Wis.
Our members will continue to be the focal point of our service," said Christison.
With John Holt emerging as one of the leading contenders chairman John Christison said: "We will decide whether to make an approach or draw up a short list of candidates.
Shoemake VP Marketing: William Carney VP Engineering: Greg Christison Public Relations Contact: Pam Johnson Phone: 214-547-1600 x146 Email: pam.
ARBROATH'S John Christison is set to turn into a meteorology buff - because he's so desperate for their glamour Scottish cup clash with Rangers to beat any potential big freeze.
Paul "Christo" Christison, 36, had denied the charge.
They join CIMA president Ian Christison, who is an IFAC council member; CIMA council member Bill Connell, who chairs the PAIB; and CIMA chief executive Charles Tilley, who is technical adviser to the UK IFAC board.
Martin Christison is one of only three men who will graduate from Edinburgh University this summer with a degree in primary teaching.
This distinction is important because some groups like very sweet, fruit-flavored desserts and others don't," says Carol Christison, executive director for the IDDBA, based in Madison, Wis.
According to Buzz Christison, Beef Brands Operations Manager, "Our producers work hard to maintain a stress-free environment for our cattle.
Club chairman John Christison, who gave him a tour of the ground and the town, said: "We had a call from the Glasgow Film Office to say Robert Duvall was coming across and he was looking for a stadium near a harbour.

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