Monro


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Mon·ro

(mŏn-rō'),

Mon·ro

(mŏn'rō),
Alexander Sr., Scottish anatomist and surgeon, 1697-1767. See: bursa of Monro.
References in classic literature ?
The Appendix to Monro's "Homer's Odyssey" xii-xxiv (pp.
Monro said the invitation from King Salman was an "exceptionally noble gesture.
Defence agent Mike Monro told Aberdeen Sheriff Court: "He started adult life in a normal way and then entered the armed forces and that is where the troubles began.
Monro (MNRO) announced it has expanded its collaboration with Amazon.com (AMZN) to provide tire installation services at over 400 additional Monro retail tire and automotive service locations in nine additional states across the central and western regions of the United States, more than doubling the amount of service locations to over 800 stores.
Brigadier Hugh Monro was bestowed the honour at a ceremony in Ballindalloch yesterday.
22 March 2019 - New York, US-based automotive repair and tire services company Monro, Inc.
Coming of age celebrations were held in early 1929 for Lt AGF Monro of Auchinbowie, Stirling.
Comparable store sales, or sales at stores open at least one year, increase 2.2 percent for the quarter, primarily within Monro's brakes segment.
Professor Tanya Monro has been appointed as the Chief Defence Scientist.
Monro Inc., a provider of automotive undercar repair and tyre services, has collaborated with Amazon.com.
Major John Monro's daring escape involved crossing the sea on a makeshift raft and spending two months battling through dense jungle in China.
Resident cabaret artist at The James Monro, Kitty Litter said: "We had a cabaret bar in Benidorm and we returned home to Liverpool last June and started looking for the right venue.