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Gor·don

(gōr'dŏn),
Alfred, U.S. neurologist, 1869-1953. See: Gordon reflex, Gordon sign, Gordon symptom.
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Gordon used to call me a gipsy counter-jumper when I was in his form.
Richard Gordon on Thursday refused to take up the testimonies of witnesses supposed to be presented by the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) on alleged extrajudicial killings over a tiff he has with a commissioner there.
Sheppard credits much of her success to the empowering influence of CEO Joi Gordon and the DFS organization, which has helped more than 350,000 women around the globe get on the road to self-sufficiency.
To learn how the microbes boost each other's populations, Gordon and Samuel took samples of the bacteria and archaea several days after the microbes had colonized the mice.
BURBANK - After criticizing Burbank's deal with the Bob Hope Airport over development there, David Gordon is making his first run for City Council on a pledge to stop airport expansion and prevent the ``Los Angelization'' of Burbank.
Memorization in Piano Performance (DVD), by Stewart Gordon.
Information: Gordon Research Conferences, PO Box 984, West Kingston, RI 02892-0984 USA, 401-783 4011, fax: 401-783-7644, e-mail: grc@grc.
Biologist and chef David George Gordon enjoys eating bugs so much, he recently wowed crowds at a Singapore food festival with a cooking demonstration.
Their chat was witty and funny, and even when it sounded spontaneous, it was as deliberate a construction as the movement Gordon assembled.
International law firm Cahill Gordon & Reindel (Cahill Gordon) has signed a 250,000-SF lease, renewing its commitment at 80 Pine St.