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Cran·dall

(kran'dăl),
Barbara F., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Crandall syndrome.
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About the Author: Mark Crandall, LMSW, LCDC, is a therapist, transformational life and business coach, workshop facilitator, keynote speaker, author of "Embrace Your Past, Win Your Future," and the host of Purpose Chasers Podcast.
Crandall took the group snowmobiling, then to dinner.
[U.S.A.], May 05 ( ANI ): Hollywood actor John Lithgow has been roped in to essay the character of Jud Crandall in the official remake of 'Pet Sematary'.
This year is also the 125th anniversary of our parent organization, Crandall Public Library, its birth occurring in 1892-1893, thanks to the combined efforts of a minister, an educator, a historian, and a wealthy businessman.
Crandall, but she took issue with the fact that the guideline described osteonecrosis of the jaw as rare.
Each person's pain is different, and their reasons for seeking relief may be different too," Crandall said.
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From the Latin virilis = masculine; so-called because of its comparatively long phallic papilla (Hobbs, 1991; Rudolph & Crandall, 2012).
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New York (AirGuide - Inside Air Travel) Fri, Dec 19, 2014 - Airine companies have been ready to provide service to Cuba for years; all they are waiting for is Congress to lift the embargo, former American Airlines CEO Bob Crandall told CNBC Thursday.
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