Related to Shern: Sherm
n.1.See Shearn.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Choo had illegally entered Singapore with the 'sole intention to take care of his wife and young child, who was then only three or four months old', his lawyer Wee Hong Shern told the court.
Advancing teams -- Neuqua Valley 305 (Crose 73; Chromy 75; Newman 78; Sulzer 79; Cross 82; Zucker 85); Plainfield North 324 (Moskaluk 77; Maletich 80; Daugherty 83; Gilbert 84; Farnan 88; Shern 89); Naperville Central 329 (Pintozzi 81; Schettek 82; Izzo 83; Onorati 83; Mayo 84; Busch 89).
To remove Shern Rehman from the opposition leader post, the PML-N has taken first step.
Additionally, it was designed by three members of the same family - architects and husband and wife Ng Zhia Zhing and Tan Shin Bian, and her cousin Sze Yoong Shern.
Forty-five states had parity laws, although these laws varied in which behavioral health conditions, benefits, and employer groups were included in the mandates (Shern 2009).
Shern et al., "4-1BB costimulation ameliorates T cell exhaustion induced by tonic signaling of chimeric antigen receptors," Nature Medicine, vol.
The first case secondary to pSS was reported by Shern and Tu (10) in 1965.
Professor Shern Chew and faculty from The London Clinic Advanced Therapies Centre will perform the clinical trials.
However, for continued progress, five specific areas require more focus and attention (Altman, Butler, & Shern, 2015):
Mental Health Section Award: Jean Demmler, PhD; Mary Evans, PhD, MSN, RN; Christina Dooyeon Kang-Yi; Jennifer Magnabosco, PhD; Sharon Portwood, JD, PhD; Ramesh Raghavan, MD, PhD; David Shern, PhD; Gregory Teague, PhD; Margaret Walkover, MPH
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