meresman

meresman

(ˈmɪəzmən)
n, pl -men
a man who decides on the exact boundaries of a parish, etc
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Louis (Alpha Beta Kappa) 23 October 2013: SaiSonia Savita Boodram, Laura Ellen Chicoine, Georgina Glogovac, Sarah Beth Guggenheimer, Deje Jurie Holmes, Jake Burton Lichtenfeld, James Bradley Meresman, Alexander Joseph Nutman, Beth Pearl-Barr, Nathan Armstrong Rice, Shelby Leigh Tarkenton, Anne Kathleen Wallentine, Yuejun Wu.
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The measure was developed specifically to assess the presence of DSM-IV (American Psychiatric Association, 1994) major depressive disorder (Walter, Meresman, Kramer, & Evans, 2003).
For more information or to purchase tickets contact Malisa Meresman at 212-580-0835 or e-mail malissa@rchcpr.
Hunkeler EM, Meresman JF, Hargreaves WA, Fireman B, Berman WH, Kirsch AJ, Groebe J, Hurt SW, Braden P, Getzell M, Feigenbaum PA, Peng T, Salzer M.
MERESMAN (Silicon Valley Chapter) joined the Board of Directors of Riverbed Technology, San Francisco, as the first outside director, and will chair the Audit Committee.
Meanwhile, stock-price appreciation depends partly on attracting and satisfying a contingent of investors who are in it for the long haul, observes Stanley Meresman of Silicon Graphics.
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