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Choate

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n.
1. Joseph Hodges, 1832–1917, U.S. lawyer and diplomat.
2. Rufus, 1799–1859, U.S. lawyer and orator.
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27, in Cosby-Sloan Funeral Home in Creal Springs with Johnny Choate officiating.
CHICAGO -- The way Keith Choate, MD, PhD, sees it, he and other clinicians are only beginning to scratch the surface on their understanding of the genetic causes of ichthyosis and ichthyosis syndromes.
Choate Construction has won the contract to build an inn and conference center for Barnsley Resort in Georgia.
Hartley details the lives and contributions of three influential southern Illinois politicians, Paul Powell, Clyde Choate, and John Stelle.
Amy Choate and Annie Miller's Naked Nutrition: Whole Foods Revealed (9781462117727, $21.
There's just no economic incentive" to sue for damages against a local government, said Guy Choate, a San Angelo-based attorney.
The Hilltoppers fell to Choate, 28-7, at Morse Field on Saturday as quarterback John Fadule led the way for Choate with three touchdowns -- two through the air and another on the ground.
Lukey has joined Choate, Hall & Stewart as partner and chair of the Complex Trial and Appellate Litigation .
In 2009, just a year out of RISD's furniture design program, while working part time for the now-defunct website Style Factory, Paul Choate kept hearing the buzzword "mass-customization," which both irritated and intrigued him.
There's no time like the present to get out into the yard and roll up your sleeves to work on the lawn, says Jeff Choate, a Eugene-based master gardener who recently taught a class on lawn care for the Oregon State University Extension's Master Gardener spring series.
David Choate and Andy Ward of Colliers represented the landlord and assisted the tenant in the transaction.
We have the state's largest market penetration for dental benefits with about 55 percent market share," said Ed Choate, Delta Dental's president and CEO.