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Nor·ris

(nōr'is),
Richard, English physiologist, 1830-1916. See: Norris corpuscles.
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USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center is designated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as one of the eight original comprehensive cancer centers created through the National Cancer Act of 1971 and remains one of only 41 such centers in the entire country.
With the addition of The Norris Group, the combined firm can provide clients with a broader set of capabilities to drive real business results.
Norris reacted quickly, maintaining her composure, and immediately grabbed her pellet gun.
com/news-politics/newsmakers/201408/richard-norris) HERE to see the before and after photos of Norris, including his GQ cover from the magazine's official Web site.
Norris won a thrilling last-four clash with Dutchman Jan Dekker after top seed Bunting crushed Robbie Green 6-1 at the Lakeside.
Norris is best known in Ireland for driving a stake into laws criminalizing homosexuality.
When voters were quizzed on which of the seven hopefuls they would back, Senator norris led the way at 21 per cent.
Mr Norris, who returned to Ireland, last night met his advisors to lay out a battle plan.
Ezra Nawai, who dated the senator for 30 years, was found guilty of the statutory rape of a 15-year-old boy in 1992 - right in the middle of his relationship with Mr Norris.
Mander shows in this neat little volume, because Norris was a genuine player on the late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century philosophical scene.
Norris also admitted stealing the officer's satellite navigation system so he could find his way to the nearest train station after abandoning the patrol car.
Giles Hayes, for Norris, said the incident was an "impulsive action".