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GI surgery A surgically constructed vagination-'intussusception' of a short sleeve of esophagus sewn into the stomach which, as intragastric pressure ↑, is compressed, forming a functional valve–eg, Nissen fundoplication. See Nissen procedure.
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The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Washington Chapter has issued a call for entries for its 2003 Silver Inkwell Awards.
Seeking additional advice on submitting a winning entry, join the Silver Inkwell Webinar on Tuesday, June 7 at 9:30 a.
Together with covered inkwell systems, they make up about 90% of pad printers currently sold.
Additional details and connection instructions are available at the Silver Inkwell Web site.
Arlie & Company, the developer of the mixed used urban village, is moving its offices into the Inkwell next week.
We are proud to have EcoVerdance, the Spotlight award company highlighted at our Future in Review Conference, as our latest Project Inkwell member.
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The villagers clubbed together to pay for the inkwell during the financial depression of the 1930s.
In the general sports section a delightful silver inkwell shaped as a golf ball made a handsome pounds 160, while a signed boxing programme originally in the collection of the late Jimmy Wilde reached pounds 250.
My cheque book is open, and my pen is in the inkwell.
The ensemble members wear bow ties, vests and shirts with arm garters - an old-time accessory that kept a man's sleeve out of the inkwell, said Norman, a second tenor, a sheriff's deputy who works at the San Fernando courthouse.
A course-and-distance winner last month, he has run well in the meantime, and can be forgiven his second to Inkwell last time as the winner nicked the race when kicked on from two furlongs out.