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pierog

(pɪˈrəʊɡ)
n
(Cookery) a variant spelling of pirog
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Corinne Pierog, founder of Kane County Democratic Women
Karen Pierog, Participants In Detroit Pension Borrowing Knew Debt Sale Was 'iffy': City Lawyer, business insider, (Oct.
Born in the Thompsonville section of Enfield, CT on March 21, 1925, daughter of the late Wladyslaw and Aniela (Tabor) Pierog.
In 2009, Pierog and co-authors reported the case of attempted suicide in a 24-year-old male who chewed and swallowed 168 Japanese yew seeds (Taxus cuspidate) and presented with seizures, hypotension, and wide-complex ventricular tachycardia that would not electrically or pharmacologically cardiovert with amiodarone at the suicide attempt scene.
Karen Pierog, Michigan Governor OKs Takeover of Flint, REUTERS (Nov.
Reporting by Christine Kearney in Fairfield, New Jersey; Scott Malone in Brattleboro, Vermont; Karen Pierog in Chicago; Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Toni Clarke and Lauren Keiper in Boston; Ben Berkowitz, Josh Schneyer and Edith Honan in New York; Tabassum Zakaria and Jeff Mason in Washington; David Warner in Philadelphia; Matthew Goldstein in Millburn, New Jersey; Grant McCool in Maplewood, New Jersey; Writing by Daniel Trotta; Editing by Eric Beech and Todd Eastham) Aug 29, 2011
There could be "mass noncompliance with the law without any consequences," say Lisa Lambert and Karen Pierog of Reuters news service.
Pierog Golf Outing have been donated to The Rochester Community Collaborative to Serve Homeless Children and Youth in our Schools at Spaulding High School.
This was the most inexpensive and economical way to fix our problem," states Pierog.
Sophie Pierog, Oradee Chandavasu and Irving Wexler, "The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Some Maternal Characteristics," International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 16 (1979): 412-15.
For an overview of the controversy over Daley's effort to protect Chicago's proposed airport from state oversight, see Karen Pierog, Chicago, Gary, Ind.
Another controversy erupted in Chicago when the Bond Buyer (Gasparino, 19936; Pierog, 1994) reported that Mayor Daleys brother Michael was allegedly paid $15,000 a month by Smith Barney for assistance in securing lead underwriter status for some of Chicago's largest bond issues.