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(gōr'ăm),
Lemuel W., U.S. physician, 1885-1968. See: Gorham disease, Gorham syndrome.
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The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau recently recognized the Town of Gorham and the Strafford Regional Planning Commission at its annual Drinking Water Source Protection Conference.
Washington Trust's Commercial Real Estate Group provided $17.4 million in financing to Maplewood Gorham Island, LLC, for the acquisition of a class-A office building on Gorham Island in Westport, Connecticut.
"Our findings are important because they help illuminate the relationships between involvement in sports, volume of a particular brain region and depressive symptoms in kids as young as nine," said Lisa Gorham, lead author of the study and a senior majoring in cognitive neuroscience in Arts & Sciences.
"Our findings are important because they help illuminate the relationships between involvement in sports, a volume of a particular brain region and depressive symptoms in kids as young as nine," said Lisa Gorham, lead author of the study published in the Journal of Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging.
She was preceded in death by her husband Alfred in 2006; sister Sylvia(Harold) Gunther; nephews David Thrun, Robert Gorham, Benmar, Clifford, and John Lessing, Mike and Steve Gunther; and nieces Cheryl Saylor and Mona Gunther.
A Chevrolet Silverado truck, driven by James Gorham, struck the 2001 Monte Carlo in which they were riding.<br />Hobbs suffered a traumatic brain injury necessitating a number of emergency surgeries and leaving him unable to speak or chew solid foods, said plaintiff's attorney Kirk Presley of Presley & Presley.
Gorham Savings Bank president and CEO, Christopher Emmons, is to retire from the firm.
Gorham-Stout syndrome (GSS), also known as Gorham's syndrome, idiopathic massive osteolysis, disappearing bone, disease or phantom bone disease, is a rare skeletal disorder, characterized by osteolysis of various bones accompanied by proliferative angiomatosis.
Led by creative director and founder Ben Gorham, who now calls Stockholm home (he was brought up in Sweden, New York City, and Toronto), Gorham has joined forces with a potpourri of collaborators since launching Byredo in 2006--from Frame Denim to Oliver Peoples to Venetian glassmaker Salviati (on a fantastical glass-and-light installation for this year's Salone del Mobile design and furniture fair)--inching his brand further into the nebulous category of "lifestyle" with each new venture.
VVGOOGLING a runner Gorham's Cave 6.45 Doncaster A natural sea cave in Gibraltar considered to be one of the last known habitations of the Neanderthals in Europe.
In four sentences, the poet and essayist Sarah Gorham evokes one psychic condition she explores in her memoir, Alpine Apprentice.