Ramphal

Ramphal

(ˌræmˈfɑːl)
n
(Biography) Sir Shridath Surendranath, known as Sunni. born 1928, Guyanese diplomat and Commonwealth Secretary-General (1975–90)
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The secretary-general, Baroness Scotland, highlighted the Commonwealth's conservation endeavours and looked, in terms reminiscent of Ramphal, to action 'onward, upward, and forward'.
Corresponding author: Lilly Ramphal, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Independent Consultant in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 1510 Crowley Rd., Arlington, TX 76012 (e-mail: lramphal14@gmail.com)
Meanwhile, Sir Sonny Ramphal, the Commonwealth Secretary-General from 1975 to 1990, also shared the queen's instincts and dedication to Commonwealth.
Shridath Ramphal of Guyana, the longest-serving Commonwealth secretary-general (1975-1990), championed the Commonwealth as a family of nations that fostered a common humanity.
The deceased were identified as Babita Jatav (28), Nargesh Yadav (25), Juli Jatav (25), Manjit Jatav (30) and Ramphal Jatav (60).
Ramphal, "Use of amphotericin B lipid complex for treatment of disseminated cutaneous Fusarium infection in a neutropenic patient," Clinical Infectious Diseases, vol.
Carl Greenidge, vice-president of Guyana, told a Ramphal Institute audience in London on Monday that this was straightforward bullying.
Smith R, Scarlett M, Soyibo AK, Ramphal P, Irvine R, Barton EN.
Of special interest are chapter-length reflections by two key figures: Richard Hart, who was GrenadaAEs attorney general during the revolution; and Sir Shridath Ramphal, who was the Commonwealth secretary general at the time of the revolution.