durgan


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durgan

(ˈdɜːɡən)
n
a stunted or dwarfish animal or person
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When Lady Durgan, widow of the late Sir John Durgan, arrived in their station, and after a short time had been proposed to by every single man at mess, she put the public sentiment very neatly when she explained that they were all so nice that unless she could marry them all, including the colonel and some majors already married, she was not going to content herself with one hussar.
This is part of our efforts to stay ahead of evolving threats to the transportation system, said David Durgan, TSA federal security director for North Dakota.
Durgan joins from UM MENA, where he headed up the Johnson & Johnson business across MENA and Pakistan.
Florence Habitat For Humanity Inc, to Durgan Hailey Marie, 2930 Munsel Lake Rd, Florence; $150,000.
On competition for support in Barcelona between the different Marxist groups see Andrew Durgan, 'The search for unity.
30) En los creditos se incluye a Andy Durgan, quien "fue asesor historico de la pelicula Tierra y Libertad.
Durgan DJ, Smith JK, Hotze MA, Egbejimi O, Cuthbert KD, Zaha VG, et al.
Respiratory alkalosis is characterized by excessive removal of blood carbon dioxide (Keskin and Durgan, 1997).
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From left, Ellen Plowman making Christmas cake at Maryellen's Tearoom; volunteers Abigail Durgan Scott James preparing the dining room table; Gemma Dymond puts up the decorations at Dinefwr Park and Castle, Llandeilo.
14 1 Number of years Jo and Matthew Durgan have been married.