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For·a·ker

 (fôr′ə-kər, fŏr′-), Mount
A peak, 5,304 m (17,400 ft) high, in the Alaska Range of south-central Alaska.

For•a•ker

(ˈfɔr ə kər, ˈfɒr-)

n.
Mount, a mountain in central Alaska, in the Alaska Range, near Mt. McKinley. 17,280 ft. (5267 m).
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99 HHHH H THE name Ellie Foraker may not sound familiar to many, but she - along with three other women - played a key role in Nasa's Moon mission.
A GALAXY Of Her Own tells how women have contributed to advance scientific knowledge - from mathematicians Ada Lovelace and Katherine Johnson, to geologist Frances Westall, aerospace engineer Anita Sengupta and expert seamstresses Ellie Foraker, Madeleine Ivory, Bert Pilkenton and Cecil Webb, who designed and made the suits the astronauts wore for lunar missions.
She is a graduate of the Foraker Institute's program Catalyst for Nonprofit Excellence and has served on nonprofit boards such as Special Olympics Alaska, Assets, Inc.
AMGEVITA will be one of our first biosimilar launches, and this agreement will allow us to secure a strong foothold in the $4 billion European adalimumab market," said Scott Foraker, vice president and general manager of Biosimilars at Amgen.
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He does not mention that Joseph Foraker and Roosevelt combined in 1903 to frustrate Mark Hanna's presidential chances against the incumbent.
Inclusive education brings all students together in one classroom and community, regardless of their strengths or weaknesses in any area, and seeks to maximize the potential of all students," National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion's Beth Foraker commented.
The acquisition of EPIC positions General Mills for exciting growth with a highly authentic brand in an entirely new natural snacking category," said John Foraker, president of Annie's.
Give, began, according to Laurie Wolf, president and CEO of The Foraker Group, which serves as Alaska's nonprofit association and which advocated for the program's creation.
Tournament Coordinator Jill Foraker said the feeling is mutual.
Foraker, "Understanding and improving cardiovascular health: an update on the American Heart Association's concept of cardiovascular health," Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases, vol.