GAGIN

AcronymDefinition
GAGINGet Around Get-It-Now (software)
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The young man, holding himself very erect, with eyes forever twinkling with enjoyment, was an officer from Petersburg, Gagin. Turovtsin introduced them.
At once, while they were still at the soup, Gagin was served with champagne, and told the waiter to fill four glasses.
Gagin denied she posted the picture on her account, saying: "I'm appalled that a snapchat was put out on my snapchat and posted to my account.
Yet the working contracts of many social workers, such as those who work in hospitals in a war zone, require them to be on call and on duty during wartime (Dekel, Hantman, Ginzburg, & Solomon, 2007; Gagin et al., 2009).
COHEN, M.; HALEVI-LEVIN, S.; GAGIN, R., y FRIEDMAN, G.
CUTLINE: (1) Jan Dexter; (2) Leigh Gagin; (3) Scott Williams
Gagin was drinking at the hospital as he was banned from boozing in Dundee city centre, the court heard.
And yesterday, Gagin, who has a long list of convictions, was jailed for 60 days after admitting breach of the peace.
Roni Gagin, MSW, is director, Social Work Department, Rambam Medical, Center, POB 9602, Haifa, Israel 31096; e-mail: gagin_r@rambam.health.gov.il.
POLICE officers Ian Thomson and Daran Gagin risked their lives to save a suicidal man dangling 30ft above a railway track.