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mayo

(ˈmeo)
n. mayonnaise. I’ll take both mayo and mustard, thank you.
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I am not bitter," said Mayo, a contracting officer representative for the New Orleans Vehicle Processing Center, which also was severely damaged by the storm.
Mayo has been systematically keeping patient records and using them in treatment since 1907.
Mayo doesn't pretend to be anything other than what he is--someone who cares about the district and takes responsibility for it.
To me, the Mayo Clinic Library, one of the world's great medical libraries, is the clinic's most outstanding asset.
Mayo Health Oasis, an Internet information resource operated by Mayo Medical Ventures, posted several articles about the fen-phen findings and other weight-management issues.
But if you like them, at least get them at a Subway that uses "light" mayo to make the salads and to smear on the bun.
Pauling criticized the Mayo results because some of the patients had undergone chemotherapy.
About Mayo Clinic Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit worldwide leader in medical care, research and education for people from all walks of life.
This naturally evolving collaboration with Mayo Clinic is essential to further establish the potential of Decipher in patients with different stages of prostate cancer.
The years you have spent at Henry Mayo and the acknowledgment we can provide you is a humbling experience for me.
Get it with a typical one-tablespoon smear of mayo and the total fat triples, from six grams to 19 grams.
Touching more people in a meaningful way will require Mayo to build relationships and interact with people beyond the walls of Mayo's hospitals and clinics," says John Noseworthy, M.
As a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, Virginia Hospital Center will work with Mayo to share medical knowledge and collaborate in ways that will benefit patients and the community.
Cinco de Mayo is annually observed on 5 May, the anniversary of the victory in the fight for independence from French forces in 1862.
She was born in Pomfret, CT, the 2nd oldest daughter of the late Louis Mayo Jr and Louise (Austin) Mayo of Pomfret, CT.