Kernohan

Ker·no·han

(kĕr'nō-han),
James W., U.S. pathologist, 1896-1981. See: Kernohan notch.
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Ian Kernohan, an economist at Royal London Asset Management, said further rate hikes will depend on Brexit.
But, crucially, he has brought in some proven, senior players too to strengthen key areas of the team, the likes of Dee Harrison, Michael Moore and Daryll Kernohan, and he feels it is this spine which has been key to their sparkling start to the season.
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Ireland soon reduced the deficit to 12 points when strong aerial work by Kernohan saw him take a crossfield kick at pace for a try converted by Byrne.
Synopsis: "Business Ethics: An Interactive Introduction" by Andrew Kernohan (Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada) connects the academic to the practical, extracting the basic elements of rigorous philosophical ethics into a format that can be understood and applied in the business world.
However, Donaldson and Kernohan (1975) showed that cervix could prolapse and non-gravid horn of uterus could be completely everted.
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Ron Kernohan, 88, screamed in pain when medics cut into an ulcerated foot.
New Zealand anti-doping chief Jane Kernohan said metenolone tended to "masculinise" women, increasing their bulk and body hair while shrinking their breasts and womb.
We examine the responses of raccoon space use, as measured by home-range size, the extent of overlap of home ranges among individuals and the volume of intersection (VI; Kernohan et al.