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CANNCanadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses
CANNCommunity Airport Newcomers Network (est. 1992; Canada)
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CANNCommunity Accountancy National Network (UK)
CANNClimate Action Network Nottinghamshire (UK)
CANNContinuous Attractor Neural Network
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Eli Levy, Cann Global's Food Division Corporate Head said, "We are delighted to be able to obtain an exclusive distributorship agreement with the Vietnamese Food Distributor, EPCO Foods Co Ltd.
CANN's Peter Fuller said: "This is a climate emergency, it is not something we can think about, we have to deal with it now.
Cann Group chief executive officer Peter Crock said: "Securing our ODC manufacturing licences is an important milestone that supports our fully integrated business model strategy.
DNA samples from Mr Cann's home in Southsea, Hants, have been taken.
Caption: ABOVE: Enlistment Certificate issued to Second Lieutenant Hilda Cann of the United States Army Nurse Corps, March 1, 1944.
Thus, Cann and Sadlier's book stands as a testament to the tremendous amount of work that remains to be done to understand them, let alone prevent their extinctions.
The performance, which is part of Cann's comeback tour -- which just happens to coincide with Moyet's own comeback tour, during which she is promoting her ninth album entitled Other -- is in support of the charity organisations LC Positive Voice and Freedom Doll's Initiative.
Midway through the first-half, an Ashley Young effort from close range caught Cann unawares, with Gibraltar international Dave Artell heading the ball off the line.
Bride and groom: Gemma Parker and John Cann, both of Thornaby.
Mirror Sport can reveal that assistant ref Darren Cann tried to warn Taylor that it was a penalty rather than a dive when Taylor shouted into the officials' headset: "Not a pen, not a pen, simulation."