GORD


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GORDGastro Oesophageal Reflux Disease
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However, regurgitation alone is not be sufficient evidence for a diagnosis of GORD (Sherman et al, 2009).
I take it Gord likes his nights in old men's pubs, and there's nothing wrong with that.
GORD is a Qatari governmental organization that leads the way to changing buildings design, construction and operations through green practices in the field of energy and efficient construction.
The excess stomach acid produced by GORD can inflame the lining of the oesophagus [condition known as oesophagitis]; lead to the formation of ulcers; and even cancer of the oesophagus.
GORD has subsequently selected three consulting firms, LSI architects, MYAA architects and RHWL Architects, to be responsible for the design of the eco villa.
The GORD will be one of the driving forces behind this transformation, achieving recognition by the construction industry and real estate sector as an invaluable contributor to the delivery of sustainable development.
What would the legendary Jock Wallace have said to Gord if he was still alive?
There are few characters left in Welsh life, but with his Dickensian whiskers and ready smile, Lord Gord was one of them.
Robert Thayer, president of Genesis Genomics; Stephen Wright, past chair of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre; Gord Wickham, district manager for UMA Engineering Ltd.
Jeff Moorad, the agent for both Green and Mondesi, said he presented Blue Jays general manager Gord Ash with a list of teams Green would be comfortable signing with.
Gord is passionate about the future of the energy sector and is dedicated to the success of Wentworth Energy, Inc.
The official also noted that more than 5,000 people from around the world have been trained by Gord and some 2,000 certified professionals have been licensed as GSAS practitioners.