Crigler

Crig·ler

(krig'lĕr),
John F., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Crigler-Najjar disease, Crigler-Najjar syndrome.
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Amy Crigler, OD, of Starkville, has been elected the 2018-2019 president of the Mississippi Optometric Association (MOA).
As eluded in the previous section; the association between Crigler Najjar Syndrome and HBV infection was a spurious one as all the three patients were sibling and had perinatal transmission from mother.
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Neurophysiological follow-up of two siblings with Crigler Najjar syndrome type I and review of literature.
Enjoy it for what it is--they are utilizing real dancers this time, good choreography and showing the world that ballet is not for the weak!"--Dana Crigler via Facebook
"The major concern that's been cited in the past was that it would lead to taxes on real estate transactions," said Travis County Chief Appraiser Marya Crigler. "We would hope that this removes that barrier."
El procedimiento que se propone adopta de manera generica la clasificacion de encuadres periodisticos recogida por Neuman, Just y Crigler (1992).
Reception attendants were Jean Rigney, Linda Crigler, Janice Beckham, and Ida Jones.
"We have 600-plus families who have invested with us," says Jim Crigler, Civitas' managing director.
In addition, news directors, station management, and station policy can influence the writer to write a story emphasizing a certain angle (Neuman, Just, & Crigler, 1992).