Janeway


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Jane·way

(jān'wā),
Edward G., U.S. physician, 1841-1911. See: Janeway lesion.
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Attending the event to commemorate this innovative program will be the CEOs of the 13 member hospital foundations that comprise CCHF: Janeway Children's Hospital Foundation; IWK Foundation; CHU Saint-Justine Foundation; The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation; Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Foundation; SickKids Foundation; McMaster Children's Hospital Foundation; Children's Health Foundation; The Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba; Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Foundation; Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation; Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation; and BC Children's Hospital Foundation.
The boss of Star Trek: Discovery, due to air on Netflix next year, has revealed that, unlike when Kate Mulgrew played Captain Janeway in Star Trek: Voyager, this time the lead character will be "female, human and not a captain".
There are products out there that go through 104 countries," said Diane Janeway, manager of customer solutions and content quality with the IHS Jane's Market Forecast.
Michael Janeway considerably broadens our perspective on Tugwell.
ST PAUL AND THE BROKEN BONES - HALF THE CITY Paul Janeway, frontman and eponymous saint, has a stone-cold show-stopper of a voice.
But Kathryn Janeway and co draw me in more often than I'd ever dare admit with their zany inter-species shenanigans.
The board also voted to approve a refinance of current debt with Clinton Savings Bank, most of it connected to the construction of the Janeway Education Center, which opened in 2002.
In assessing Roosevelt's leadership in the 1951 book Struggle for Survival, FDR economic adviser Eliot Janeway noted that the president "looked to democracy and not to leaders" to win the war.
Dean Janeway, former president and CEO of Wakefern Food Corp.
By William H Janeway Hong Kong / For 250 years, technological innovation has driven economic development.
Participants were recruited from pediatric CF clinics at the Izaak Walton Killam Health Centre (IWK) in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and the Janeway Children's Health & Rehabilitation Centre (Janeway) in St.
Technology visionary William Janeway played a leading role in the transformation of the Internet from a communications medium into an environment for commerce.