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Synonyms for Gehrig

baseball player who died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (1903-1941)

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Of the two, only the mezzanine box ticket was signed by Gehrig.
The effort comes despite opposition from Mayo Clinic, which holds the medical records of Gehrig, and doubt from experts, that the records alone would be able to prove the cause of the player's death.
Gehrig has also been COO of Wesley Medical Center in Hattiesburg, Miss.
The 2011 Lou Gehrig Scholar Athletes for 2011 are Columbia University senior Jesse Qualliotine and Barnard College sophomore Blair Bloomquist.
Gehrig, whose nickname was "The Iron Horse," put a famous face on the disease and his name became synonymous with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
That combination of character and athletic ability is something he shares with the previous record holder Lou Gehrig.
Gehrig reported at the annual meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Oncologists.
5 ATTENDING yet another gangland funeral, Tony's nephew Chris Moltisanti declared: "Hell of a coincidence that Lou Gehrig died of Lou Gehrig's Disease
Iron Horse: Lou Gehrig In His Time charts the life and accomplishments of a truly legendary ball player, plus author Ray Robinson provides the reader with a wealth of background details on the era of baseball through the Depression years.
Eric Muller writes, "While Lou Shimizu and Joe Takahashi sat in desert camps, Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio played baseball.
PPS has good potential for replacing aluminum, steel, and currently used high-temperature thermoplastics in forming large shaped parts, says Michael Gehrig, general manager at PFP, a subsidiary of Germany's Ensinger, a long-time supplier of PPS rod and shapes.
Sinai Hospital and Medical Center, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, the Hospital for Joint Diseases, the Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at New York University and the Eleanor and Lou Gehrig MDA/ ALS Center at Columbia Presbyterian.
The likes of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Reggie Jackson and now most valuable player Mariano Rivera have worn the Yankee pinstripes en route to a mammoth 25 World Series titles.