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Krantz

(krants),
Kermit E., 20th-century U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist. See: Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz operation.
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Heather Krans of Heather Krans of The Stein Law Firm in Concord agreed, and expressed frustration at the increasing number of people who don't call for help on a domestic relations matter until the case is already in progress, rulings have been made and they want to undo things.
Microsoft's best shot at boosting Windows sales, Krans continued, will be in the consumer market.
3 November 2010 - CRISIL today gave BB/P4+ ratings with a "stable" outlook to the bank facilities of Krans Projects Pvt Ltd.
"It seemed like something we both believed in and wanted to do," says Krans. "The property is for us.
Woedend oor die teenstand wat sy bied, volg hy haar ook met die paadjie na die krans waarheen sy in haar ontsteltenis koers kry.
Michelle Krans has been named senior vice president for strategy and development; previously, she was president and publisher of the Desert Sun of Palm Springs, Calif., (a job she'd held since 2005) and group vice president in the former Pacific Group (a job she'd held since 2006).
Michelle Krans was named senior vice president/strategy and development for U.S.
The truck makes several stops per day and stays in each neighborhood for about an hour, according to Krans, who notes that it has become extremely popular in senior communities and high-density apartment complexes.
Jan Krans. Beyond What Is Written: Erasmus and Beza as Conjectural Critics of the New Testament.
Novosti political commentator Maxim Krans wrote that the ban is probably the work of "overzealous officials who did not think about its consequences which includes many cancer patients getting no treatment and children not receiving life saving bone marrow.
Although we did not compare seed vs clonal propagation, it is possible that the [T.sub.mid] values of our recently seeded materials reflect the frequent field observation of greater susceptibility to winter injury the first season after establishment, than in later seasons (Philley and Krans, 1998).
It all began with one long-time, wheel-chair-bound resident, explains Assistant Administrator Diane Krans. "He is a young man (under age 50), and we're always looking for new ways to enrich his life." When the resident expressed an interest in computer games, an older computer that had been "retired" from the facility's office was placed in the solarium at the end of his unit.