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Lo·gan

(lō'găn),
William H.G., early 20th-century U.S. plastic surgeon. See: Logan bow.
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When Logan was 11-months-old, he had to undergo a seven hour operation to remove a part of his skull and replace it with another piece of skull bone, using wires and pins.
Planning for the project and new station began in late 2016 following feedback from Mr Power and community members on the population growth in Yarrabilba and the Logan South region and the need for more police on the local beat.
However, Logan's limp was a symptom of a rare brain tumour seen mostly in young children - and one year later he was dead.
"It's a way to keep Logan in our lives and to make us feel better."
Logan is credited with creating what we know today as Memorial Day, according to the executive director of the museum in Murphysboro that is dedicated to him.
Wil Dasovich on meeting Logan Paul: Very down to earth, friendly' !-- -- Rosette Adel (philstar.com) - March 18, 2019 - 9:53pm MANILA, Philippines Former PBB housemate, model and vlogger Wil Dasovich shared his experience on his recent meeting with controversial American YouTube star Logan Paul.
"Logan and Luna Find the Magic Tree" is a wonderful story that invites children to dream and to sink deeply into the realm of literature and reading, which has a real magic all its own.
Louis to honor retired partner Joe Logan, who celebrated his 98th birthday on Jan.
6 February 2019 - US-based investment advisor Logan Capital Management.
Comment: Logan said the strategies add approximately USD 900m in assets and have been rebranded as the Logan Dividend Performers Strategy and Logan Dividend Performers Balanced Strategy.
LOGAN: Female, Caucasian-looking, the high school drama teacher who's always pushing the envelope in potentially inappropriate ways.
Alexander Paterson, or Logan, admitted assaulting John Patrick Savage, at the Fubar on January 14 this year to his severe injury and permanent impairment.