Janeway


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Jane·way

(jān'wā),
Edward G., U.S. physician, 1841-1911. See: Janeway lesion.
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(43) Eliot Janeway, "Birth of the Tickets," Fortune, September 1944, 132.
REPUBLIC OF DENIAL: Press, Politics and Public Life By Michael Janeway Yale University Press, $22.50
Making sense of information requires a significant investment of money and time, says Dean Janeway, president and chief operating officer, Wakefern Food Corp., Elizabeth, N.J.
Chairman Dean Janeway, president and COO of Wakefern Food Corporation, echoed Quinn's sentiments.
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A Token for Children, a popular colonial book by James Janeway, was published.
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And at Birmingham's NEC, Captains James T Kirk and Kathryn Janeway admitted they'd give it another go.
Fourth Point Wealth in Newport Beach has announced Chris Janeway has opened a new PlanMember financial center in Newport Beach, the company said.
The book features background information on Edward Clark, the builder of the Dakota, as well as its architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh.
5:49 p.m.: Main Street, 11-year-old male upset at Perkins School's Janeway Center.