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(how'ărd),
John Eager, U.S. internist and endocrinologist, 1902-1985. See: Howard test, Ellsworth-Howard test.
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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.
BARRY RIP Howard a True Legend of football and EFC BARRY the greatest everton player and manager of all time and i am proud to have seen him as a player and manager BARRY very sad news to hear he is a legend and a true blue and condolences go to his family.
While it's unlikely that Howard will be able to find a way out of his contract, re-signing with the Magic doesn't seem to be an option.
David Howard is one of the most influential ballet teachers working today.
Howard has pleaded not guilty and was being held in lieu of more than $2 million bail.
Formerly a major account and dealer market manager with Steelcase and vice president of interiors for MSL, Howard joined Waldner's Business Environments in June 2006.
But before the company can make inroads into the lucrative southern Ontario market, Howard says they must get the insecticide registered.
You have a strong sense that Kiki and Carlene are going to strike up a girlfriend-to-girlfriend relationship of sorts; you know that the resolute Zora will eventually collide with Carl; and you have a slight hunch that Howard will run into Victoria, Monty Kipps's sexy daughter, at an inopportune moment.
Ofenham had been having an affair with Howard's 49-year-old wife, Janet Lynn Howard, for more than a year.
We bale cars, sheet iron, aluminum and steel, clips," Howard says.
When Howard and other black legislators came back to Springfield in early 2003 with a similar set of bills, they had a Democratic governor and party majorities in the General Assembly.