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Ross

(ros),
George W., Canadian physician, 1841-1931. See: Ross-Jones test.

Ross

(ros),
Donald N., 20th-century British cardiac surgeon; introduced aortic valve replacement using a pulmonic valve autograft. See: Ross procedure.

Ross

(ros),
Ronald, English physician and Nobel laureate, 1857-1932. See: Ross cycle.
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In addition to Cable & Wireless' basic telephone and mobile communications businesses, Ross also has his company busy laying a plank on the information superhighway: C&W's Global Digital Highway Network is a fiber-optic and satellite network that links the world's major commercial centers and already has enrolled such multinational clients as Esso, Wang Laboratories, and Digital Equipment.
To my horror, I saw that Ross had written his final draft on the back of one of these and was now holding it before him with the picture facing the audience.
PTM Nantong chose Ross Enterprise because of its strong fit to the specific requirements of the chemicals industries and track record of success in global implementations spanning many countries, local regulatory requirements and languages.
Ross began his career as a tax attorney at Coopers & Lybrand in Detroit, where he was born, and went on to become assistant vice president in the real estate subsidiary of Laird Inc.
Ross, a Granada Hills resident, worked with the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce in the early 1990s, coordinating volunteers for that community's street fair during its early years.
Ross is subjected to daily taunts about his appearance and vile remarks about his family.
Ross penned what's considered to be the classic eyewitness account of Hemingway, in the course of it developing a lifelong friendship with the author.
Robert Ross has long offered his readers a reliable blend of eloquence and insight.
Yet Ross has no plans to leave the post-bust Bay Area.
Berry succeeds in giving us further insight in what Ross sees as an unexplored aspect of slave life--love--and the intimate bonds they formed in Ross and Fina but in most cases could not see to fruition.
BOB ROSS BUICK HAS A CORNER, LITERALLY AND figuratively, on the Dayton car market.