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GONGathering of Nations (pow-wow)
GONGovernment of Nigeria
GONGreater Occipital Nerve
GONGovernment of Nepal
GONGovernment of Nicaragua
GONGovernment of Niger
GONGovernment of the Netherlands
GONGroton / New London, CT, USA - Groton-New London (Airport Code)
GONGreat Outdoor Network (outdoor advertising)
GONGeneral Office Non-Line of Sight
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Twenty-two patients, having undergone at least 3 GON blocks and attended at least 3 follow-up appointments for the treatment of CH, and were admitted to our headache clinic during a 6-month period from June 2017 to December 2017 were evaluated.
After 3 months, he presented 4 working papers in a workshop in June 1998, the report based of which was furnished to GoN through FNCCI.
Carrington is now playing for Utah, which is scheduled to play Ore gon at Autzen Stadium on Oct.
Clinical evidence of referred pain in the frontal head with involvement of the TCC from cervical lesions has been reported in cases of posterior fossa tumors, stimulation of the infratentorial dura mater, direct stimulation of cervical roots, vertebral artery dissection, and stimulation of subcutaneous tissue innervated by the GON [3, 9].
In 2007, an investigation of Ye Gon's activities led authorities to the entrepreneur's luxury mansion in Mexico City, where authorities found an assortment of weapons and US$207 million in US currency.
In the literature, greater occipital nerve (GON) blocks with local anesthetics and steroids were used in migraine patients, and some benefits in acute migraine and prophylaxis were obtained (3,4,5,6).
The death of Kim Yang Gon, a top aide for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has triggered speculation that he may have been killed, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Kim Yang Gon, who was a secretary of the Workers' Party and the head of its United Front Department, the unit that handles ties with South Korea, was Kim Jong Un's "closest comrade, a solid revolutionary partner", the KCNA news agency said.
I recently heard another axiom that was coined several thousand years ago, "Oxen gon' be oxen." Actually, King Solomon said it, and he's known as the wisest man who ever lived--remember the thing with the baby and the sword?--so he didn't say it quite that way.