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Meigs

(mīgz),
Joe V., U.S. gynecologist, 1892-1963. See: Meigs syndrome.
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Shaw plans create 75 new jobs in Meigs County as part of the investment.
By the time Eugene Springfield Fire crews arrived, the mobile home was fully engulfed in flames, Battalion Chief Ben Meigs said at the scene.
While the increase in medical students matching to family medicine is encouraging, the uptick is woefully inadequate to meet the primary health care needs of the American people," John Meigs Jr.
Meigs says one of the biggest mistakes people make is to assume if they aren't adding salt with a salt shaker, their sodium levels are under control.
John Meigs, the president of AAFP, also released a statement entitled "Vaccines are Safe, Effective and They Save Lives," a response to (http://www.
The company said the majority of this growth in the new oilfield brine water injection volumes is directly attributable to the expansion efforts completed at its Mills Hunter Facility located in Meigs County, Ohio.
The assets in Meigs County, Ohio, and Mason County, West Virginia, include what is collectively known as the Gatling mining complex, encompassing all membership units of Gatling LLC, Gatling Ohio LLC, Meigs Point Dock LLC, Big River Mining LLC, Yellow Bush Mining LLC and Broad Run Dock LLC.
OTCQB: ROYE) has signed a agreement to acquire the assets and infrastructure of two permitted mines in Northern Appalachia, located on the Ohio River in Meigs County, Ohio and Mason County, West Virginia, the company said.
Sudden death associated with Meigs syndrome: An autopsy case report.
Meigs syndrome presenting with axillary vein thrombosis and lymphadenopathy: a case report.
In 1937, Meigs came to similar conclusion about ovarian fibromas and granulosa cell tumors.
PK Grills began in the early 1950s, when Hilton Meigs of Beaumont, Texas, discovered that thick cast aluminum was lightweight, didn't melt and didn't rust and held heat better than steel.