Fitzgerald


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Fitzgerald,

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Fitzgerald trait - defect resulting in prolongation of clotting tests but seldom causing hemostatic symptoms. Synonym(s): Flaujeac and Williams trait; kallikrein deficiency
Fitzgerald-Gardner syndrome - genetic trait resulting in multiple tumors, osteomas of the skull, epidermoid cysts, fibromas, and multiple polyposis predisposing to carcinoma of the colon.
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Fitzgerald was particularly concerned about the reality of growing up gay or lesbian, as well as the suicide rate among adolescents with no approved role models or support systems.
UCLA men's soccer coach Jorge Salcedo had known Fitzgerald since 1990, when he played for the coach on a U.
Fitzgerald also won the Walter Camp Award as the top player in the nation.
His Fitzgerald works from blind instinct rather than genius; all that's left is a shell designed to contain nothing but suffering.
Train stations were also good for that (echo),'' Fitzgerald said.
Harry Fry, senior managing director of Cantor Fitzgerald, said the securities lending business, built by surviving and lost employees, will thrive under MetWest's leadership.
He loved cars,'' son Larry Fitzgerald said Tuesday.
The story's there, and the production boasts a polished sheen visually, but mood is everything in Fitzgerald, and in this ``Gatsby,'' the mood is as antiseptic as a hospital corridor.
But in its 13th year, festival director Jon Fitzgerald points out with pride, the festival takes place entirely in Hollywood with screenings at some of Tinseltown's great old palaces.