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Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
John C., U.S. surgeon, 1858-1910. See: Munro point.

Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
William J., Australian dermatologist, 1863-1908. See: Munro abscess, Munro microabscess.
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Anti-racism campaign group Hope Not Hate have described Munro as a "prominent" SDL activist.
Houlihan Lokey said the Quayle Munro team and the establishment of the new data and analytics group represents the company's recognition of the expertise and new capabilities clients will require as their businesses grow and evolve.
Munro starred in the 1953 Oscar-winning best short film 'Neighbors' and nabbed a nomination for the 1963 cartoon 'Christmas Cracker.
Noted biker tourist from Cross-Route Club Mukarram Khan Tareen told the media that 45 bike-riders would start trip from Lahore to Multan and from Sahiwal, Chichawatni, Khanewal, Multan and DG Khan would join them on the way and their strength would rise to 80 upon reaching the final destination, Fort Munro.
ASIC alleged that since August 2011, Dr Munro has, with the assistance of Kathleen Munro, operated an unlicensed financial services business in Australia and raised over $1.
However, the contract proposed by Munro in the introduction to Dear Life's finale is ambiguous.
But Munro later applied to vacate his guilty pleas.
I think so far we have mainly made mistakes and learned from them," Munro says, and laughs as he explains how often he has failed to grow a proper chair over the past 10 years.
You see, Munro, founder and CEO of Munro & Associates, a consultancy that helps companies save rather significant amounts of money in developing and manufacturing products, had purchased a BMW i3 for some $53,000.
Munro almost always includes a moment that ruptures the ordinary--the discovery of a body, a car crash, a death in war, a cruel prank--but she's more interested in the aftermath and beforemath of these incidents, the long slog between action that Hollywood would just cut out.
Munro has sometimes been pigeonholed as a writer of the womanly, domestic realm, and there is no denying that many of her central characters are women, and ordinary women at that.
Munro even points us toward the source of her trickery, in the way that Nabokov might.