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Dorn

An obsolete Irish unit of length approximately equivalent to either 10.4 or 12.5 centimeters.
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In lauding Dorn, Operation Lifesaver said the annual excellence award never went to a chief before because its criteria typically fits work done by patrol officers and firefighters.
DORN is a nationally recognized early intervention/prevention program that focuses on eliminating, preventing and treating employees' painful muscular conditions while reducing OSHA recordables and delivering real, quantifiable financial results to the employer.
I Luke Dorn is all smiles after scoring thought Wolves started outstandingly well and we were a little bit slow out of the blocks.
In this expanded edition, editor Matthew Hofer includes several appendices to further contextualize and specify the interests and concerns that Dorn held throughout the period, along with the implications and consequences of his journey into the Great Basin.
Castleford full-back Luke Dorn can score tonight's first try
DORN treatment has its origin in Germany and is an effective treatment for pain in the backbone, spinal code and for correcting dislocation in the joints.
Dorn said the timing for this certificate is appropriate, given the big changes in health care with the creation of Accountable Care Organizations (AC0s).
The mitochondrial quality-control system begins with what Dorn calls a "dead man's switch.
What we found is that most of our customers wanted to use more color in their homes, but if they haven't painted in a number of years, they're still thinking about off-white," Dorn says.
Dorn II at Washington University School of Medicine in St.
Dorn will also serve on the audit and business development committees.
Dorn of the university's department of radiation oncology.