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Cran·dall

(kran'dăl),
Barbara F., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Crandall syndrome.
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Major organization : CRANDALL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
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.
Crandall joined its board of directors as of 16 October 2015.
Crandall has 30 years experience in the consulting field.
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MassMutual is reluctant to invest in fixed-income investments that generate higher returns today but are more sensitive to shifts in rates, Crandall said.
Chauncey Crandall is also the leading health care practitioner in New York.
he book is written as an "ethnographic reconstruction" through archival literature between OIA day school teacher True and Superintendent Crandall.
David Crandall, recently retired from the US Department of Energy, has been selected by Fusion Power Associates Board of Directors to receive FPA's 2013 Distinguished Career Award.
Crandall, 93, of Portland, ME, formerly of New Britain CT, died on June 29, 2013 at Mercy Hospital after a brief illness.
Among the latest experts to voice alarm is former American Airlines CEO Bob Crandall saying the problem is for both airlines and Boeing.