Cushing


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Related to Cushing: Harvey Cushing, Peter Cushing, Cushing Disease, Cushing ulcer

Cush·ing

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

Cush·ing

(kush'ing),
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We look forward to working with Enbridge to make this opportunity available to shippers wishing to move Canadian crude oil beyond Chicago to Cushing and possibly points further south," said James Lamanna, President of BP Pipelines North America.
Cushing said he wears a harness during practices and games to keep the shoulder tight, but doesn't think the surgery will prevent him from participating in spring practice.
In most ways, Drumright and Ardmore are not all that different from Cushing.
That might be the Notre Dame of old,'' Cushing said.
Outsourcing our processing will make us more efficient and better able to grow and service our customers," Cushing said.
I wasn't expecting that kind of stuff,'' Cushing said.
Without Willingham, Cushing signed with USC and never considered Washington, which eventually hired Willingham.
Cushing hoped to return this week against Arizona State but found out he also suffered nerve damage in his shoulder.
OTCBB:WAMX), an Internet and technology company dedicated to applying its technology to alternative markets and exchanges for individuals and institutional investors, Thursday reported that its chairman and CEO, Mitchell Cushing, and its CAO/director, Russell Chimenti, have resigned.
But in 1995, I somehow, well, found myself in the business," Cushing says with an ironic grin--a subtle acknowledgement of the fact that as CEO of AlphaGraphics, he is far more than simply "in the business.
and founder of the highly successful fund-raisers held on behalf of Cardinal Cushing Centers, will receive the first Cushing Lifetime Achievement Award at a gala to be held here this week.