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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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It's nice to know that every day when I come to work, it will always be here to remind me of her," Granum said as she watched her only grandchild dig a hole for the tree.
During his time at Northwestern Mutual, Granum researched how to build a list of clients, which eventually led to the One Card System.
Al Granum was one of the greatest of the Greatest Generation," Alberstein told National Underwriter on Friday.
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.
Close says it's ridiculous to accuse her of blocking a bill that she voted to support, and accuses Granum of violating the law by making a "materially false" accu- sation.
Granum, a 52-year-old businessman and lawyer from the Portland area, is unknown to Oregon voters, never having sought elective office before.
Granum was a partner in the Bullivant House Bailey law firm in Portland until 2002.
Alfred Granum Chair in Management and Leadership at The American College.
BAE Systems is an important addition to our growing coalition of technology companies and homeland security leaders," said RAINS Executive Director Fred Granum.
In a new radio ad launched May 7, 2004 Republican Secretary of State Candidate Fred Granum, said career politician Betsy Close is part of the problem in Salem -- not part of the solution in bringing conservative change to state government.