Cushing


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Cush·ing

(kush'ing),
Hayward W., U.S. surgeon, 1854-1934. See: Cushing suture.

Cush·ing

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Cardinal Cushing Centers is a private, non-profit school for children of all faiths with developmental disabilities and secondary handicaps.
A 16-year veteran, Cushing works on maintaining the rate loading process and providing database support for the Requirements Forecasting and Rate Analysis Module, and the Carrier Analysis and Rate Evaluation system of the Integrated Booking System.
Cushing greatly admired his father and his brother Ned.
Cushing Sailors are currently on track to earn 650 college credits this year.
A senior in his second year at Cushing, LaPointe was a part of last season's Watkins championship team.
10, 2010, interested parties may submit binding bids for transportation capacity of crude oil from Cushing, OK to Nederland, TX.
In 1910 Cushing introduced the silver clips, which bear his name.
So Cushing and his teammates took the field with something to prove.
In court, Cushing, 38, was accused of 'messing around' at the wheel of the minibus, but he denied causing the crash.
1, Cushing left for Japan to apologize for the 1945 U.
But Cushing repaid the kindness by arming himself with a kitchen knife, creeping up behind him and launching a near-deadly assault.
Chasing police officer Michelle Morris told how she cradled Mr Cushing in her arms after going to his aid.