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Crile

(krīl),
George W., U.S. surgeon, 1864-1943. See: Crile clamp.
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Crile writes that prior to 1986 "the idea of a Khomeini loyalist shooting down a TWA flight with a General Dynamics Stinger was too much" given the difficulty of controlling whose hands the missiles ended up in.
One of them, George Crile, I consider the top genius ever in medicine.
Therefore, Crile needed to demonstrate not that profit was an objective, or even a significant objective, but that it was her most important objective.
(80.) Halliday and Tanin, "Communist Regime," 1368; Marshall, Phased Withdrawal, 1, 8; Kalinovsky, Long Goodbye, 206; Crile, Charlie Wilson's War, 519; Webber, "The Third World," 704.
The heated tumors, if not surgically removed, would most likely become completely filled with fibrous tissue and eventually fall off (Crile, 1961).
Former CIA Islamabad station Chief, Howard Hart (Charlie Wilson's War by George Crile)
generally GEORGE CRILE, CHAREIE WILSON'S WAR (2003) (describing
Much of the early work on thyroid disease, as we shall see, took place in Swiss medical centres, and at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota with the Mayo brothers, and the Cleveland Clinic, in Ohio, with George Crile.
See generally GEORGE CRILE, CHARLIE WILSON'S WAR: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF THE LARGEST COVERT OPERATION IN HISTORY (2003) (narrating the story of the CIA's secret war in Afghanistan during the late 1980s, and how U.S.
While at Pelli he was project architect for the $72 million Crile Clinic Building for the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio (National AIA Honor Award 1985) and the Phase 2 expansion of the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, California.
(16) For background see Steve Coll, Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001 (New York: Penguin, 2004); George Crile, Charlie Wilson's War: The Extraordinary Story of How the Wildest Man in Congress and a Rogue CIA Agent Changed the History of our Times (New York: Grove Press, 2003); Robert D.