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(gan'ang),
William F., 20th-century U.S. physiologist. See: Lown-Ganong-Levine syndrome.
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'Kaya maaasahan natin yung adjustment eh yung mga ganong klaseng brand, yung mga mamamahalin.
The HFF debt and equity placement team included Ben Bullock, Charles Halladay, Bruce Ganong, Zach Goodwin, Michael Leggett and Tom Wilson.
"Sobrang laking bagay ng mga ganong experiences kasi sobrang dami mong makikita eh.
'Nna ke ne ke di itheketse fela go lema ke jela mo ganong le go kgabisa lelwapa, mme ka lemoga fa nka oba letsogo ka batho ka bontsi bogolo jang bomme ba ne ba di kgatlhegela.
Tanger Outlets in Tilton recently presented a check for more than $30,000 to LRGHealthcare to benefit patients receiving care in the Anderson Ganong Cancer Center at Lakes Region General Hospital.
* Peter Ganong, University of Chicago and NBER, and Pascal J.
I invite New Brunswickers to join in solidarity with those living in poverty and work together to improve their quality of life, said Nick Ganong, chair of the board of directors of the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation.
“Most of the recordkeepers now have mobile-based apps,” says Janet Ganong, a partner and retirement plan consultant with The Kieckhefer Group in Brookfield, Wisconsin.
Injured skiers Travis Ganong and Steve Nyman won't compete, and Julia Mancuso -- at 33, the most awarded skier in U.S.
Coleman, Ganong, and Leon (2006) discovered that couples with conflict during their marriage found it difficult to parent with each other after marriage dissolution.
Drawing on private company documents, archives, newspapers, trade journals, union records, and 61 oral history interviews with owners, managers, workers, union leaders, and consumers, it looks at the production, promotion, and consumption of snack foods through several Canadian manufacturers: potato chip makers Old Dutch, Hardbite, and Covered Bridge; Hawkins Cheezies; chocolate makers Paulins, Moirs, and Ganong; and candy makers RobertsonAEs, Cavalier, Purity, Browning Harvey, and Scott-Bathgate (Nutty Club).
Integration was further fostered by the emergence of transnational industries at the turn of the 20th century: the Ford Motor Company in Detroit/Windsor and the Ganong Chocolate Company of St.