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grana

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(cell and molecular biology)
A multilayered membrane unit formed by stacks of the lobes or branches of a chloroplast thylakoid.
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Taylee's grandma, Debbie Granum, runs the new hospital's kitchen as its food services director.
In 1946, Granum contracted with NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Her superb managerial skills and in depth understanding of financial services will enhance our efforts to make the Granum Center synonymous with innovation and professionalism.
Granum, who held a degree in engineering from the University of Minnesota, served two tours of duty as a gunnery officer on destroyers between 1945 47 and in the Korean conflict, 1951-53.
Using the Northwestern Mutual and Granum names gives the center instant credibility within the industry, according to Sharen King, executive director.
As the nation's leading hub of financial services knowledge, there could be no better home for The Northwestern Mutual Granum Center for Financial Security than The American College.
Both Close and Granum are seeking the Republican nomination for secretary of state.
In the past year, four more companies have joined Granum in offering Fair Trade Certified tea, and TransFair continues to receive growing interest from tea companies all over the U.
and allied forces," said Dianna Granum, vice president of Business Development for Readiness Systems and Cubic's Australasia Account Manager.
Dianna Granum engaged as Strategic Advisor to TSG, Inc.
GOP voters should nominate Fred Granum to face Bradbury in the November general election.