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Unhappily Orin Silver, a man of far-reaching aims, had died too soon to prove that the end justifies the means.
I can say that I have never seen as blatant errors as I've seen performed by TPAs, who then are arrogant about mistakes and unaccustomed to being called on it," says Orin, who represented a self-insured corporation that was sued by a TPA for a debt based on a fraudulent document the TPA created to bolster its ease.
But Orin Schumacher, county vegetation management coordinator, said the county wouldn't spray within 100 feet of streams or 200 feet of salmon-bearing waterways.
In other words ORiN is a system respectively architecture for standardizing communications between personal computers and robot controllers.
STUDIO CITY -- A private memorial service will be held Sunday for longtime Studio City resident Orin Borsten, a Hollywood publicist, screenwriter, playwright, author and former child actor.
And now there's a monument to the 30-year same-sex partnership of Orin Kennedy and Bernardo Puccio--even though they're not dead yet.
Orin Flanigan of Adobe Enterprises is the recipient of the 2005 Gas Machinery Research Council (GMRC) Distinguished Service Award.
Coffee shop chain Starbucks has announced that effective March 31, 2005, Orin Smith will retire from his position as president and chief executive officer.
Word that Earhart's flight was overdue reached Rear Admiral Orin G.
to support Starbucks' rapid growth plans, the office was established to help ensure the future supply of high-quality, sustainable green coffee from existing and potential sources in Central America, said Orin Smith, President/CEO of Starbucks Coffee Co.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Orin Hatch (R-Utah) took to the Senate floor in late July to decry Americans United's criticisms of Pryor.
Mighty Fine Words and Smashing Expressions' by US lexicographer Orin Hargreaves is a new book which deciphers the differences between British and American-English language.