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Medtalk Root for a person who loves (something)
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According to Phile, "Our basic philosophy was to overbuilde, rather than underbuild, and then to cut back later if necessary.
In the ladies' category, Mary Keitany of Kenya finished first in 1:07:14 hours to pocket $300,000 followed by compatriot Philes Moraa Ongori in second place (1:09:16) and Ethiopian Dire Tune in third place (1:09:19).
It is a must-read for marketing and sociology philes that no music historian particularly a Jazz Historian should be without.
The 27-year-old easily blew away the challenges of team-mate Philes Ongori who finished in 1:07.38 and Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede in third.
The 27-year-old, runner-up two years ago when Lornah Kiplagat set her world record of one hour, six minutes and 25secs in Udine, easily blew away the challenges of teammate Philes Ongori who finished in 1:07.38 and Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede in third.
The strongest Kenyan athlete in the field is the Japanese-based Philes Ongori, who will be used to the conditions and could be the best outside bet, though she may struggle to cope with the Ethiopian team tactics.
"The night before the gala, we are finishing a sixteen-performance, two-week run of The Xmas Philes at the Annenberg Center," says Brown.
At an early age Philes (who was born in Ephesus) moved to Constantinople (now Istanbul), where he was the pupil of Georgius Pachymeres.
Women: Mary Keitany (Kenya) 66:36 minutes, Dire Tune (Ethiopia) 67:18, Philes Moraa Ongori (Kenya) 67:38, Aselfeeh Merga (Ethiopia) 67:48, Abebu Gelan (Ethiopia) 67:57, Wude Yimer Ayalew (Ethiopia) 67:58, Mamitu Deska (Ethiopia) 68:07, Amane Gobena (Ethiopia) 68:16, Carloine Jeptanui (Kenya) 68:16, Penina Arusei (Kenya) 68:39.
The 27-year-old, runner-up two years ago when Lornah Kiplagat set her world record of one hour, six minutes and 25secs in Udine, easily blew away the challenges of team-mate Philes Ongori who finished in 1:07.38 and Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede in third.
SPRINGFIELD - Valarie Lillian Philes of Springfield died July 21 of age-related causes.
HIDDEN 'PHILES: The program uncovered more than ever