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Gar·ré

(gah-rā'),
Carl, Swiss surgeon, 1857-1928. See: Garré disease, Garré osteomyelitis.
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"Thank goodness we have a Supreme Court and not a supreme president," said Garre, who served under President George W.
MANCHESTER CITY U21S (4-3-3): Grimshaw, Dionkou, Rosler, Humphreys-Grant, Ogbeta, Nmecha (Dele-Bashiru 75), Pozo, Bernabe (Richards 86), Matondo, Zoubdi Touaizi, Poveda-Ocampo (Garre 90).
"All eyes ought to be on the chief justice," said Greg Garre, a solicitor general during George W.
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"They pulled John as did we got what he wanted." Yvonne, who of a new short also shared her palliative care Cancer Support Garden Scheme are Royal Glamorgan partnership with Cwm opened up as part film for Macmillan, hopes for the new unit Macmillan and National Garre building at the an Hospital in partwm Taf University Health Board.
City were at risk of a two-window transfer embargo after being accused by Velez Sarsfield, the Argentine club, of flouting regulations in the signing of attacking midfielder Benjamin Garre in 2016.
MANCHESTER City have been cleared of wrongdoing over the signing of teenager Benjamin Garre from Argentinian club Velez Sarsfield, the Court of Arbitration for Sport has announced.
MANCHESTER CITY have been cleared of any wrongdoing following their signing of teenager Benjamin Garre from Argentinian club Velez Sarsfield in July 2016, writes Alex Hilton.
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