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Snell

(snel),
Simeon, English ophthalmologist, 1851-1909. See: Snell law.
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(Dr.) David Snell, Sorn Sokhon, who goes by the nickname Son Sin, was one of those patients.
Snell was born on May 19,1889, in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, the first of five children of Alton and Clara (Leach) Snell.
Snell struck out 10 in 6 scoreless innings, d'Arnaud hit his first grand slam, and the Rays stopped their longest losing streak of the year at five games by beating the White Sox 4-2 on Sunday.
The acquisition allows Snell to expand into the Tulsa market.
On January 22, John Bouma, 82, of Snell & Wilmer, was struck by two cars on Seventh Street near Orangewood Avenue in Phoenix and was pronounced dead at a hospital around 9 p.m.
James Snell, from Barry, appeared in Cardiff Crown Court on December 14 and was sentenced to four years in prison after being found guilty of two counts of burglary by a jury.
OKLAHOMA CITY Blake Snell of the Tampa Bay Rays was named the 2018 Warren Spahn Award winner Tuesday as the best left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball.
Tetragon Credit Income Partners (TCIP) has announced that former co-head of BlackRock's US CLO business Scott Snell has joined TCIP's CLO business, the company said.
Victoria Snell told how she was strolling home from the cinema and suddenly felt pain, before hearing a bone 'audibly snap'.
Mariea Snell, assistant professor and faculty coordinator of nursing at Maryville University and vice president of the state nursing board, is working to move beyond the traditionally reactive way of handling substance use problems among nurses.