n.1.(Zool.) A species of gull or tern.
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University of North Carolina-Charlotte (Chi Beta) 28 November 2012: Raymond Medrick Beauregard, III, Amy K.
As the laundry co-op neared opening day "there was a lot of excitement in the neighborhood about it," said Medrick Addison, a worker-supervisor with the laundry who was one of the first two employees hired.
Magnan of Fitchburg; 2 Godchildren, Medrick and Morgan; several aunts, uncles, and cousins; and his dog, Max.
DENVER An Opera Colorado presentation of an opera in one act by Robert Xavier Rodriguez, libretto by Mary Medrick. Conductor, Rodriguez.
Building on the adolescent Mozart's precocious first Singspiel effort, "Bastien and Bastienne" (the entertaining 35-minute opening act of the evening), Rodriguez's inventive score and Mary Medrick's modern libretto highlight the timeless ness of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's original story while creatively updating the romantic tale for 21st-century sensibilities and adapting it to Latin American cultural paradigms.
In: Handbook of Longitudinal Research (Medrick SA, Harway M, Finello KM, eds).
Survived by his mother, Ethel, his sisters, Louise and Ida, and his brothers, Tyrone, Medrick, and Herman.