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cox

a coxswain, esp of a racing eight or four
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Kaswell, a former general counsel for the Securities Industry Association, worked with Cox on the bill limiting shareholder lawsuits.
Cox was taken to the hospital by ambulance, undergoing three hours of emergency surgery.
I said it didn't matter though, because all my patients deserve equal treatment and respect regardless of their political affiliation, regardless of my political affiliation," Cox recalls.
On that occasion Cox, protected by neither a wet suit nor insulating grease, swarm for more than two hours in water that ranged from 38 [degrees] F to 44 [degrees] F (3.
We are excited to see substantive progress between Cox and Samsung, culminating with the December 2006 Gainesville trial that brings the retail availability of Samsung's Interactive Digital Cable Ready (iDCR) TVs in Cox's footprint one step closer," says DJ Oh, President and CEO of Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
By looking at the activity of the genes that encode the COX enzymes, Simmons' group found that COX-3 is most abundant in the cerebral cortex of the brain and less prevalent in the heart and other tissues.
ATLANTA -- Cox Communications announced availability of PowerBoost[TM], a cable industry exclusive speed enhancement that will give its high-speed Internet customers a burst when downloading large files.
Cox, of Quartz Hill High, had eagerly awaited the continuation of Friday's Southern Section Division I softball playoff game against Glendora.
Quartz Hill coach Coy Ray had slated Cox as the Rebels' No.
Children are very technologically savvy and can make it hard for parents to retrace where they've been online," said Steve Gorman, Cox's vice president of marketing & management for Cox High Speed Internet.