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Murray,

John, English physician, 1843-1873.
Murray-Puretic-Drescher syndrome - autosomal recessive trait characterized by albinism, bleeding tendency, and other related abnormalities.
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Contact: John Murray, Chairman, President & CEO Greg Melsen, CFO Steve Schuster, VP & Treasurer 952.
John Murray is to retain its name and become an "autonomous publishing division" within the Hodder group, which is owned by WH Smith.
Eastern Time, Barry Portnoy, Managing Trustee, John Murray, President, and Mark Kleifges, Chief Financial Officer, will host a conference call to discuss this transaction.
JOHN MURRAY is ready to finally win a world title - and the unbeaten lightweight believes his days as the waiting man of British boxing must soon be over.
The news spread quickly around the staff, including the proprietor, John Murray, who I was entertaining Sir Osbert in his private sitting room.
But the Olympic silver medallist admits he'd rather take on British lightweight champion Jon Thaxton, super-featherweight Kevin Mitchell or the unbeaten John Murray.
But the prospects for next season are good considering many of the team's top players, including sophomore outside hitter John Murray, are expected to return.
Cygnet started the game brightly with Jamie Lyons'cross forcing a good save out of Moscow keeper John Murray.
John Murray has long been famous as the publisher of books on foreign travel and their Handbooks were once essential accompaniments to travel abroad.
In their letter announcing the grant to Duquesne's new president, the Richard King Mellon Foundation said "the grant is given in honor of John Murray in recognition of the fine work he has done for the university and the community in his years as president.
Retired taxi driver John Murray denied six counts of assault between March 1996 and October 1998.
JOHN MURRAY is redy to finally win a world title - and the unbeaten lightweight believes his days as the waiting man of British boxing must soon be over.