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Platt

(plat),
Harry, early 20th-century British surgeon. See: Putti-Platt operation, Putti-Platt procedure.
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Sell-side analysts expect Leggett & Platt's EPS to be near 64 cents on sales of $1.28 billion.
Platt says the songs are more about emotions than specifics, so there's no need to give any former boyfriends a heads-up.
At the time, Platt said he deviated from the guideline because he found Cook was an "extreme danger to the community" and had a "total disregard for human life."
As a result, Mrs Platt slipped from the bath chair and fell, landing heavily on her knee.
'If I was going to write about people I loved, I wasn't going to pretend they weren't men just because I hadn't talked about that before,' Platt recently told People.
In a world of staid agency bureaucrats, they were "spooks who played by their own rules, kindred spirits who validated each other's quirky approach to their strait-laced profession." Platt had run the CIA training programme for officers working under deep cover.
Leggett and Platt said it plans to fund the acquisition through the expansion of its commercial paper programme and related revolving credit agreement.
Platt was jailed for three years after admitting assault and arming himself with the weapon when he was hauled into Paisley Sheriff Court.
On that winter day, 35-yearold Platt was a latent bud himself.
Presently, Platt is the president of Western Star Trucks and will succeed Zhou Liang.
Summary: Defense Counselor David Young Thursday questioned expert witness Gary Platt's previous testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon that linked the five indicted suspects to the 2005 Beirut bombing that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others.
Jon Platt, 45, got the backing of two judges yesterday after arguing his child's 93% attendance record met laws saying children must attend school "regularly'.