morkin

morkin

(ˈmɔːkɪn)
n
1. an animal that died in an accident or from a disease
2. the skin of a dead sheep or lamb
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Schlenker EH, Hora M, Liu Y, Redetzke RA, Morkin E, Gerdes AM.
Morkin E (1993) Regulation of myosin heavy chain genes in the heart.
4; Norm Booth and Tom Morkin at Mount Pleasant Station No.
Michael Morkin, an emergency room surgeon and the incoming chief of staff at Renown where the victims were taken, said both doctors were his friends.
After the fact, when everything calms down, you think, 'Man, that was awful,'" says Morkin, Renown's director of emergency medicine.
That really expedited the flow so we could open up more beds for the trauma patients," says Morkin.
Morkin recommended that the COC be re-organized, but as a body independent of the AAUC, and that the COC should have the power to budget, set dates and times of Olympic trials, set standards, name officials and arrange transportation.
HEADING FOR THE HILLS: Jemma Gleeson; STAR STRUCK: Some of the hopefuls who are heading for LA; TARTAN ARMY: Jillian Morkin is one of the hopefuls; STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION: Celine McAuliffe; GUY THING: Gary and Jamie; BOSS: Grainne Vaughan
Morkin, Restrictions on Attorney Contacts with Adversaries' Former Employees, 83 ILL.
22) In answer to a pointed warning, Martha Morkin assured Archbishop Legal that the League would not fundraise by consenting to lend their patronage to "the giving of any balls or dances of any kind.