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How·ard

(how'ărd),
John Eager, U.S. internist and endocrinologist, 1902-1985. See: Howard test, Ellsworth-Howard test.
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So, the Phillies are looking to wrap up Howard well into his free agency years.
Ideal outcome for Grizzlies, who never intended to bring Howard to camp.
ESPN reported that Howard's one-year deal was non-guaranteed.
Yes, Howard could play a role, but the head coach doesn't have a need for that kind of back and at times seemed like he was giving Howard the ball just to give him the ball.
Upon the closing of the transaction, 1st Mariner will merge with Howard's wholly owned bank subsidiary, Howard Bank, and the combined organisation will operate under the Howard Bank name and be headquartered in 1st Mariner's existing Baltimore city location.
The transaction will help Howard have pro forma assets of USD2.1bn, pro forma loans of USD1.6bn and pro forma deposits of USD1.6bn, based on year-end financial data from 2017.
Ron Howard tweeted the news of his father's death on behalf of his brother, actor Clint Howard, and himself.
Following the acquisition and after branch consolidation, Howard will have 21 well-located offices in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area, with pro forma assets of USD 2.1 billion, portfolio loans of USD 1.5 billion and deposits of USD 1.6 billion based on financial data as of June 30, 2017.
Weeks ago, his son Gerard, a painter who'd been a doctor before he was sued twice for malpractice and then lost everything in a divorce, had laughed from the passenger seat as Howard tried to pull the quarter out of the sticky cup holder.
Drawing Theatre: Pamela Howard, an exhibit featuring six recent and current works with music by Howard, was the inaugural exhibition at the Drawing Studio, Arts University Bournemouth, United Kingdom.