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Es·tes

(es'tēz),
William L., Jr., U.S. surgeon, 1885-1940. See: Estes operation.
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Ron Estes (R-Kansas) is welcomed by Kansas Castings president Ron Pomeroy (left) and general manager Don Hastings.
The homeowner selection process for Estes Park will begin in November of this year, with plans to begin construction of a new home in May of 2018.
Prior to Edelman, Estes served as Vice President and Senior Manager of Marketing Communications for BMO Harris Bank, where she led external marketing communications campaigns and internal change management initiatives.
The roads to Estes and Rocky Mountain National Park are open even during the worst winter weather, making this short trip possible when other destinations become inaccessible due to highway closures.
Dr Shaikh Estes, who earlier served as a music minister became a Muslim in 1991 after meeting an Egyptian named Mohammed.
General Estes was an active member of the Board of Directors of the Air Force Historical Foundation.
Carrying a flashlight and his revolver, Estes approached the suspects' vehicle and pointed his gun at the young man in the passenger seat.
Members from the Small Cities Council will participate in the Denver meeting and then travel to Estes Park for the Small Cities celebration.
Estes, a native of Kewanee, Illinois, grew up in Chicago and attended the city's famed Art Institute.
Seated in a small boat, biologist James Estes scans the water in Monterey Bay, off the coast of California.
The combination of vague familiarity and elusive meaning is the effect of glamour Estes wants to create.