Cronkhite

Cronk·hite

(kron'kīt),
Leonard W., Jr., 20th-century U.S. internist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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Wang Y, Kuan PJ, Xing C, Cronkhite JT, Torres F, Rosenblatt RL, et al.
Event moderator Kaci Cronkhite was director of the world's largest wooden boat festival in Seattle, and in Hobart she highlighted the individuality of wooden boats.
In 1955, Cronkhite and Canada reported the first example of an acquired nonfamilial syndrome that now bears their names [1].
35 Cronkhite Road, Whitehorse, YT Y1A 5S9 Canada; slough@northwestel.
2010; MacIntosh, Wuest, Gray, & Cronkhite, 2010; McKenna, Smith, Poole, & Coverdale, 2003; Quine, 2001; Rocker, 2008).
The first use of "information wants to be free" can, in fact, be precisely dated and placed, to November 1984 and Fort Cronkhite, California, the location of the first Hackers' Conference.
The Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism Mrs Praxoula Antoniadou had a meeting yesterday at her office with the Director and Deputy Director of US company Noble Energy' in Cyprus, Messrs John Tomich and James Cronkhite respectively.
SLOUGH (2), 35 Cronkhite Road, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 5S9, Canada.
Painter Donald Cronkhite, who lives in the suburb of Allen Park, said Osten's effort is exciting because "someone is realizing the need for a place like this and is willing to take a chance putting it in Detroit.