Garland


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Gar·land

(gar'lănd),
Hugh G., British neurologist 1903-1967. See: Marinesco-Garland syndrome.

Gar·land

(gar'lănd),
M., U.S. physician, 1848-1926. See: Garland triangle.
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The first shaft he shot split a piece from the stake on which the garland was hung; the second lodged within an inch of the other.
Then Ripple sang for joy, and, with her sister Spirits, robed the child in graceful garments, woven of bright sea-weed, while in his shining hair they wreathed long garlands of their fairest flowers, and on his little arms hung chains of brilliant shells.
Lastly, on this unhappy subject, Avery Brundage sent flowers to the funeral home for his late, good and great friend, Colonel Bill Garland.
A report aired by a private news channel said, due to changing trends and lifestyles, the traditional currency note garlands business down as people prefer to buy flower garland for grooms.
Other currency garland makers are also out of business as their craft entirely depends on the availability of crisp currency notes.
There is nothing that says the holidays are here more than fresh garland.
Chey Garland was one of the area's best known entrepreneurs after setting up Garlands Call Centre, which went on to employ thousands of people in Middlesbrough and Hartlepool.
It begins on a fateful night in New York City when the not quite divorced Judy Garland and the not quite divorced Sid Luft meet at Billy Reed's Little Club and fall for each other.
Actress, singer and old Hollywood icon Judy Garland is perhaps best known for her role as the happy-go-lucky Dorothy in the colorful 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz.
circuit cases tend to focus on administrative law, Garland does not have a lengthy judicial history of dealing with many of the hot-topic issues currently before the court.
In the weeks leading up to the nomination, many observers saw Garland, 63, as a consensus pick for the president -- a judge who, despite a long paper trail and tenure on the bench, has kept a low public profile and isn't known for staking out controversial positions.
In the weeks leading up to the nomination, many observers saw Garland, 63, as a consensus pick for the president--a judge who, despite a long paper trail and tenure on the bench, has kept a low public profile and isn't known for staking out controversial positions.