Ladd


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Ladd

(lad),
William E., U.S. pediatric surgeon, 1880-1967. See: Ladd band, Ladd operation.
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But it's also true, as Ladd admits, that when nonprofit groups get hooked on government grants, they tend to lose both their independence and their roots in the communities they're supposed to serve, adopting a more centralized and "professional" style.
It is estimated that Ladd will receive anywhere between $5 million and $7 million by way of a financial settlement with Credit Lyonnais.
Joining Ladd in the 2006 Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame are: industry executives Jack Doyle of Pioneer America; John Roach of Radio Shack; Robert W.
Ladd Paper presented at the Seminar on Creating Change in Urban Public Education, December 7--8, 2001, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Off the air: A Hollywood resident, Ladd enjoys horseback riding and computers.
3 billion) and LADD ($600 million) would put the new, larger La-Z-Boy right in step with Furniture Brands International and privately held LifeStyle Furnishings, both of which had sales of nearly $2 billion last year.
The purchase price includes about $30 million in debt LADD will assume.
Ladd comments that he is "extremely grateful for the significant support of Delcath's stockholders.
Ladd was surprised to be named the winner of the Mrs.
KPCC-FM came first, then KMET,'' Ladd said Wednesday.
I am very pleased with the progress our management team accomplished during 1996 in fundamentally strengthening the market position, profitability and financial strength of LADD and its three furniture operating groups -- residential case goods and upholstery, and contract sales.
Former "Charlie's Angel" and current co-star of NBC's hit show "Las Vegas," Ladd continues her partnership with Wyeth Pharmaceuticals to educate women and healthcare professionals about overall menopausal health.