Markee

Mar`kee´

    (mär`kē´)
n.1.See Marquee.
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John Markee, Fabco VP of Sales and Marketing, is enthusiastic.
Patrick Markee, deputy executive director for Advocacy Coalition for the Homeless, said the "historic homelessness crisis" in New York had worsened since Mayor Bill de Blasio took office in 2014.
Deborah Markee, MSN Ed, RN, began her career as a registered nurse at Boston City Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
Jim Markee, a lobbyist for the Oregon Collectors Association, said the group opposes SB 1568, pointing out that private firms must comply with federal and state fair debt collection practices law.
Our team needed a data center partner that could not only handle the stringent high-density power requirements, but also one that is extremely flexible and willing to work closely with us, states Jon Markee, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer for Intel's Data Center Group.
Markee (2004) used the term "zone of interactional transition" (ZIT) for this interaction.
Independence boasts strong and assured rhythms and beats courtesy of producers Markee Substance and Darren Decoder, as well as powerful vocals from singer-songwriter Sian Evans.
Advocates for the homeless--particularly the Coalition for the Homeless, whose senior policy analyst Patrick Markee has waged an annual media war against the HOPE figures--insist that the city's count misses numerous people, especially because it's taken in the dead of winter, when many otherwise street homeless may be tempted to enter a shelter for the night.
In addition to Analytics, Lionheart Publishing publishes Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare, Masonry, Markee 2.
In addition to crime, homelessness is on the rise because of the latest economic woes, according to Patrick Markee, senior policy analyst at the Coalition for the Homeless.