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Rønne

(ren'ĕ),
Henning K.T., Danish ophthalmologist, 1878-1947. See: Rønne nasal step.
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Ronne R Turner, the dean of admissions, says that the university is committed to attracting and retaining students--particularly minority students from the Boston area.
Fora14-night break on Braemar - September 20 returning October4, cruising the Kiel canal, Stockholm, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn, Klaipeda, Ronne (Bornholm, Denmark), Warnemundeand Copenhagen - prices start from pounds 1,472 including food, accommodation on board and port taxes.
A 14-night break on Braemar, September 20thretuning October 4, cruising the Kiel Canal, Stockholm, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn, Klaipeda, Ronne (Bornholm, Denmark), Warnemunde and Copenhagen.
Back row from left, Ronne Griffiths, Jackie Holden, Brian Pearson, Roy Hughes and Matt Baker; front from left, Joseph Marshall, Rob Edmonds, Ieuan Pearson
Jensen J, Jensen ET, Larsen ET, Meyer M, Junker L, Ronne T, Skov R, Jepsen OB, Andersen LE 2006.
David will install receivers on the vast Ronne ice shelf, which is about the same size as France.
The student will learn the espoused values of the Red Cross, the values under Dodie Rotherham, and after Rotherham left the Red Cross, the values Jerry Sanders and Ronne Froman attempted to bring to the organization.
She is also disapproving of Maslow's including black dancers Ronne Aul and Donald McKayle in her depiction of life in a Russian-Jewish "shtetl.
Ronne Froman, Chief Executive Officer, American Red Cross, San Diego/Imperial County Chapter and Earl Boyanton, Assistant Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Transportation Policy.
University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark; ([dagger]) The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Fredriksberg, Denmark; and ([double dagger]) Medical Public Health Office, Ronne, Denmark