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Goderich

Viscount, title of Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of Ripon. 1782--1859, British statesman; prime minister (1827--28)
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We thank Italian Ministry of Health (Ricerca Corrente and Ricerca Finalizzata) for supporting deployment of laboratory personnel; the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation, the Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone, and the Sierra Leone National Laboratory Service for collaborating in overall laboratory activities implemented in the laboratory at the Princess Christian Maternity Hospital (Freetown, Sierra Leone); staff (nurses, physicians, pharmacists, logisticians, administrators, cleaners, drivers, cooks, guards) at the Emergency Ebola Treatment Center (Goderich, Freetown, Sierra Leone) and the Emergency Surgical and Pediatric Hospital (Goderich) for their efforts and support; and the people of Goderich for their energy, optimism, cordiality, and positive attitude.
Our voting centre will accommodate voters from all over Southwest Ontario - from Windsor and Sarnia to Woodstock, and from Goderich to Port Stanley (other Ontario voting centres are in Kitchener, Hamilton and Toronto).
She also identified possible sites for the first Ebola treatment centres and with the Royal Engineers chose a strategic location at Goderich, a sports training academy.
The two organizations previously teamed up in 2011 when a tornado flattened buildings at the Sifto Salt Mine in Goderich, killing one employee.
Canadian cyclist and metal artisan Gilbert VandenHeuvel turns out all sorts of reworked bicycle art and accessories from his studio in Goderich, Ontario.
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The community of Goderich, Ontario, devastated by a severe tornado on August 21, 2011, was the focus of this study.
Some of his father's law school friends in Cuba were able to continue practicing law in Florida--such as Luis Figueroa, Osvaldo Soto, and Mario Goderich, and Abadin said, "Those are the lawyers upon whose shoulders my generation and I stand."
The Rugby-based charity has a plot of land in the village of Goderich in the West African state of Sierra Leone, to build a secondary school serving up to 200 children aged 11 and over.
He was succeeded by his eldest son, Thomas, while his other son, Frederick John, became the Viscount Goderich and served as British Prime Minister from August 1827 to January 1828.