Sanford


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San•ford

(ˈsæn fərd)

n.
Mount, a mountain in SE Alaska. 16,208 ft. (4,940 m).
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Prior to joining Verity Health, Adcock served as executive vice president and chief innovation officer for Sanford Health.
Doug Burgum attended the grand opening celebration for the new Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, congratulating North Dakotas largest private employer on the completion of its $494 million, 1-million-square-foot facility one of the largest private industry construction projects in the history of the Dakotas.
ESI), an employee staffing firm based in Scottsdale, AZ, has announced its professional development program for substitute teachers, the Sanford 7.
But the book is not merely critical: Sanford defends Anscombe's original suggestion of returning to an Aristotelian (as well as Platonic) ethics.
Marc Sanford, 49, was struck and killed as he walked along Fifth Avenue at Willamette Street in Eugene at 2 p.
Memorie Katheryn Page and Brett Jonathan Sanford were united in marriage at half past five o'clock in the afternoon on September 6, 2014, at The Venue of Hattiesburg.
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com/) Mark Sanford topped a crowded 16-candidate field, but failed to reach the threshold to avoid a runoff.
Sanford, age 51, died Saturday, January 8, 2011 at Vassar Bros.
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai based Sanford Middle East FZE inaugurated Sanford Touch, the first retail outlet for Sanford Electronics and Home Appliances products.
Orlando Sanford International Airport yesterday announced that with Dutch airline ArkeFly it will launch a new scheduled service from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in The Netherlands.
Mark Sanford was out of contact during his visits to his Argentinian paramour last month, his chief of staff frantically tried to reach him and his communications director worked to minimize the fact that his aides couldn't reach him, newly unearthed documents reveal.