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Glenn

(glen),
William W., 20th-century U.S. cardiothoracic surgeon. See: Glenn shunt.
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1.Yamaha to unveil world's first AI system capable of playing any piece of music in the style of legendary pianist Glenn Gould with interactive experience between an AI pianist and human musicians
On the other hand, FSU chief Bobby Raquepo said a bench warrant was issued against Glenn by the Judicial Circuit Court in Benton County, Arkansas on July 18, 2018.
"Glenn has enjoyed tremendous success with the likes of Stoke City and Aston Villa as well as Ireland.
And that is the story that has been captured so wonderfully in the new play Carrying David, written by Ed Waugh based on Glenn's incredible autobiography of the same name.
When told he only had a matter of weeks remaining, Glenn and Pamela decided to get married.
Just 17 months younger than Glenn, the two brothers became very close, but David should never have been there the night Glenn was crowned champion of the world.
Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin said he had no issue with the FA name, but many countries agree with Glenn's view.
Prior to joining Alliant, Glenn was a commercial insurance agent with one of Texas' largest independent insurance agencies servicing a diverse portfolio of middle market clients.
"Glenn's family are with him and would like to thank everyone that has sent their support.
Just Glenn in June David was Glenn's inspiration - his terminally ill younger sibling who had the progressive neurological condition Fridriech's Ataxia which affects balance, co-ordination and mobility.