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syrette

(sĭ-rĕt′)
n.
A collapsible tube fitted with a hypodermic needle and containing a single dose of medicine.

Syrette

A brand name for a squeezable tube with a hypodermic needle attached, containing a single dose of a drug, such as MORPHINE, for use in emergency or wartime situations by unskilled persons, or for self-medication.
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Designed by Syrette, and made of steel and plastic, the product is manufactured and assembled in Northern Ontario and available for sale across Canada and the U.S., including at a number of Canadian Tire stores.
"I'm hoping diis will be just the first of many rallies and gatherings," said Teddy Syrette, "because I think the situation in Standing Rock is far from over.
Since then the program has proven so popular that Syrette is offering it three times a week, with about 30 kids coming out to each session.
Syrette wrote Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) Minister Martin Cauchon on Nov.
"I'm standing in Canadian Tire and I'm staring at The Trigger on the shelf, and I'm just--I don't even know what to say," recalled Syrette. "For one, it really humbles me, and two, it's exciting."
(4.) Cobiac L, Record S, Leppard P, Syrette J, Flight I.
contact Judy Syrette 705-949-2301 ext 218 or web site: www.auc.on.ca
Neither Sayers, nor McCormick, nor Chief Vernon Syrette of Batchewana First Nation near Garden River knows who is in charge of ensuring the safety of the shipment when it crosses the Canadian border.
A few years ago, Gower helped found the aboriginal theatre troups 'shingwauk players Theatre Group' at the university with the encouragement of AUC's indigenous advisor, Judy Syrette.
"We're very excited," says Alice Corbiere, the program's co-ordinator, who will be making the July 25 to August 1 trip with program instructors, Judy Syrette and Dr.
Chief Lyle Sayers from Garden River First Nation, and Chief Vernon Syrette from Batchewana First Nation in Ontario, as well as the association (representing eight communities), got the ball rolling by meeting with two customs and immigration representatives July 20.
Batchewana Chief Vernon Syrette told Windspeaker on June 16 that his community is now holding community meetings to discuss and decide the best way for his community to ensure compliance with the court decision.