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Ew·ing

(yū'ing),
James H., pathologist, 1798-1827. See: Ewing sign.

Ew·ing

(yū'ing),
James, U.S. pathologist, 1866-1943. See: Ewing sarcoma, Ewing tumor.
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Ewing was seemingly a natural choice, as the Hall Of Famer who has been an assistant coach in the NBA for years previously propelled the Hoyas to its one and only national championship more than three decades ago.
The Township of Ewing is seeking a BPI accredited company that can perform audits, who participates in the New Jersey HPwES program, to perform home energy audits on residential units in the Township of Ewing and identify potential upgrades for homeowners in order to increase energy efficiency.
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Robert Ewing was jailed for at least 33 years yesterday for killing Paige Chivers to stop her telling police how he had abused her.
Robert Ewing exploited vulnerable Paige Chivers for his sexual gratification and then decided to silence her when she threatened to go to the authorities.
INTRODUCTION: Ewing Sarcoma was described by James Ewing [1] in 1921 as an undifferentiated tumor involving the diaphysis of long bones that, in contrast to osteosarcoma, was radiation- sensitive.
He was also predeceased by his brother, Raymond Ewing and his sister, Mildred Benson.
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Spokesman Tom Ewing told the Iran Times, "We are reaching out to contacts.