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Variant of ortho-.

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var. of ortho- before a vowel: orthicon.

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Mr Steven Hamilton, BSc Med Sci, MB ChB, MRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth), consultant orthopaedic surgeon, BMI Albyn: "Robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery is an exciting development in orthopaedics.
The plaintiff in the case contends that Orth violated a confidential settlement agreement from 2000, where they allege invasion of privacy and defamation because of the show, which portrays a character as "a chronic abuser of alcohol who consumers alcohol throughout the day," (https://theblast.com/assassination-gianni-versace-american-crime-story-lawsuit/) The Blast reported.
It's still early to see any trends when it comes to official challenges to workplace policies on cannabis, but in the coming months, Orth expects pushback when it comes to policies that include a duty for employees to disclose any substances they are currently using.
But as Christmases came and went, Orth never followed through on the idea.
At the time of her death, Orth had completed much of the catalogue and text, but in the subsequent years Joanna Fronska and Mary Rowse have supplied additional research, and Dierdre Jackson and Julie Hrischeva editorial support.
The show's executive producer Ryan Murphy told Variety magazine that Orth's book was "a very celebrated, lauded work of non-fiction that was vetted now for close to 20 years".
Like many of the books in the Survey of Manuscripts series, Orth's book is in two volumes.
Although he stressed the Riverkeeper organization hasn't taken a stance on the plan, Orth said he'd like a cleanup to really end chances for polluted sediment to be pulled back up into the water.
Alexander Orth, mayor of Heikendorf, said: "Some people like steam trains, others like tanks."
Dianne Sharp, CBI North East orth East regional director, added: "It's com"It's companies in this region talking aboutpanies in this region talking about the shortage of engineers and overshortage of engineers and over thethe last 12-18 months companies have complained of the 'brain drain' to the oil and gas sector, saying they ' to the oil and gas sector, saying they can't compete because of the high salaries within that sector.