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grana

[′grän·ə]
(cell and molecular biology)
A multilayered membrane unit formed by stacks of the lobes or branches of a chloroplast thylakoid.
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In the near future, Debbie Granum will be preparing food for as many as 174 patients who will reside in the hospital's six 25-bed living units and three eight-bed cottages.
During his time at Northwestern Mutual, Granum researched how to build a list of clients, which eventually led to the One Card System.
The Albersteins have been close friends of Al and his wife Noreen Granum for more than 20 years, and have dedicated their professional lives to teaching and promoting Al's brilliant contributions to the industry through the One Card System.
In the Credo Jacet granum, however, cadences are constructed as much as possible from the notes of the cantus firmus, with a minimum of additions.
Using the Northwestern Mutual and Granum names gives the center instant credibility within the industry, according to Sharen King, executive director.
Granum, who spoke at National Underwriter's Sales Mastery Forum in Atlanta last September, says producers need on average 10 referred leads or "suspects" to get 3 fact-finding interviews and, subsequently, one closing interview.
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.S.
GOP voters should nominate Fred Granum to face Bradbury in the November general election.
A brand of Granum, Inc., Choice Organic Teas has been bringing exclusively certified organic teas and infusions to North America since 1989.