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gallin

[′gal·ən]
(organic chemistry)
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Gallin, a rockhound from the age of five after he found a garnet crystal lying amid a gravel gas station parking lot during a family road trip, worked with Wise and Post to winnow down selections for the exhibit.
It should not cast distracting shadows, and should illuminate an area beyond the work at hand, rather than serving as a high-contrast spotlight, Gallin said.
Varian of John Gallin & Son offers a vignette that ties together some of these concepts.
Dorman SE, Guide SV, Conville PS, DeCarlo ES, Malech HL, Gallin JI, et al.
Gallin, director of the center, said in a statement.
Neither Gallin (2000) nor Morey and Pideret (2006) believe that Catholic Studies is the panacea for addressing the issue of Catholic higher education's ecclesial identity.
1) For a contemporaneous view that homes were overvalued, see Gallin (2004); for an opposing view, see McCarthy and Peach (2005).
John Gallin, MD, an AAP member and director of the NIH Clinical Center, who presented the award, said Fauci is a "superb clinician who has made signal contributions to the fields of immunoregulation, rheumatology and HIV/AIDS.
Gallin (1992, 2000) argued that the Vatican was determined to call forth a clear statement of mission and accountability from the colleges and universities in the United States in the wake of events inspired by the reforms of the Second Vatican Council.
Marjory Gallin, of Vets Now Veterinary Practice, Gateshead, has been shortlisted for the Receptionist of the Year award at the annual Petplan Veterinary Awards.
Now: Having just passed her 60th birthday is busy promoting Those Were the Days, regularly appears on TV, confessed two years ago to breast surgery and runs Sandollar Productions (of Buffy the Vampire Fame) with openly gay former manager Sandy Gallin.