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"With the bigger tractors, I have the Allis D12 with a dirt scoop, a D14, a D15 with a slat plow, which has open slats in it, and a D17 with a mounted field cultivator on it," she says.
Expert Car Care Inc., located in West Allis, WI, is a certified auto shop offering complete auto repair services and maintenance.
While AGCO Allis, Gleaner and White were well represented in the Midwest, Massey Ferguson had wide coverage in other parts of the continent, especially with the hobby/lifestyle farming segment.
The West Allis Health Department also marked NPHW with the release of its "This is Public Health!" video, a two-minute compilation of the work of public health.
Based on the current findings, providers should consider using an Allis clamp during IUD placement to decrease the risk of cervical bleeding following the procedure, she said.
Allis pairs musical and literary Victorian personages in fascinating ways.
West Allis Police Chief Charles Padgett, West Allis Police and Fire Commission President Joseph Kempen and Zelich's public defender did not immediately respond to phone messages.
The scholarly erudition of this book is unimpeachable, and Allis's literary voracity is expressed through long, indented quotations whose frequency is almost excessive.
I would like to honor my colleague, Diane Strack, MS, RN who recently retired from her position as Vice President/Chief Nurse Executive (CNE) at Aurora West Allis Medical Center.
UW Credit Union, Madison, Wis., announced it had reached a definitive agreement to open a new branch in West Allis, Wis.
"When the company was taken over by Allis Chalmers, the shine definitely came off," said Gwilym.
He detailed a very helpful maneuver to identify the uterosacral ligament: "With the patient in the high dorsal lithotomy position, an Allis clamp is used to place firm traction on the posterior cul-de-sac on the side where the uterosacral ligament is to be located.