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Ma·ra·ñón

(mah-rahn'yon'),
Gregorio, Spanish endocrinologist, 1887-1960. See: Marañón sign.
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"The issue here is they deprived the general public the opportunity to question the Duterte Youth accreditation without the public hearing and publication of their application for registration," Maranon said.
Moreover, Maranon said the city-owned Balay Kauswagan, which serves as a venue for private gatherings, celebrations and assemblies, should endeavor to require the sponsor or caterer to strictly observe these prohibitions.
But Ceres tied the count 18 minutes later as Maranon produced the equalizer off a cross by Stephan Schrock from the left flank.
Eldridge Industries, a Connecticut-based investment company, has announced it has acquired a majority ownership position in Chicago, US-based investment firm Maranon Capital, L.P., the company said.
Prior to Maranon, Dalia was an Implementation Project Manager at Cortland Capital Market Services.
(1) Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Gregorio Maranon University General Hospital, 28007 Madrid, Spain
Argentina-born Di Stefano, who helped turn Real into one of the world's leading teams in the 1950s and is considered one of the finest footballers of all time, was taken to the intensive care unit of the Gregorio Maranon hospital over the weekend.
The 88-year-old is being kept in an induced coma in the coronary unit at the General Universitario Gregorio Maranon Hospital.
e medical report, which Madrid published on their o"cial website, said: "e patient is currently in the coronary unit at the Gregorio Maranon Hospital.