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Muir

(mūr),
Edward G., British surgeon, 1906-1973. See: Muir-Torre syndrome.
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Increase efficiency of administrative operations using innovative technology solutions to reduce administrative workload and enable John Muir Health to maintain its focus on patient care.
Although her biggest competitor, Ethiopian Genzebe Dibaba, won't be competing at the London Stadium, Muir faces a tough race, with Olympic and world 1500m champion Faith Kipyegon of Kenya the biggest threat.
He said any talks about Mr Muir's time on the loch would remain private.
Asked what it felt like for a writer to publish his first book, Muir said, "It's very rewarding, very rewarding.
Sheriff James Spy said Muir faced a "stark choice" of either sending him to prison or punishing him by imposing a new order.
Asters, double: 1 A Muir. Marigolds, scotch: 1 A Muir; 2 R Black.
Her cause has been helped no end by Sifan Hassan's decision to focus on the 5000m, given that Muir was well beaten by the Dutch star over a mile last time out.
He added: "Since its launch, the John Muir Way has grown in popularity with both domestic and international walkers and cyclists visiting the area, whether to do just a short section or the full route.
Muir has yet to publicly declare if she will race the 800m or 1500m at the British Championships, but with both events having heats on Saturday and finals on Sunday, fans should be in for treat whichever event she chooses.
The result is FuzePlay, a company that Muir describes as "the first [company] that fuses online learning with offline tangible play, and a product that fused both of those concepts together.
Muir, of Errington Street, Brotton, was arrested but claimed her mother had given her permission to use her bank card and current account before she had the stroke.
However, notwithstanding the cheerleading boosterism which underpins the project, there is also a more ambitiously academic attempt here towards a dispassionate and more finely-grained reappraisal of Muir and his values.