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the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work

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These roles provide an excellent opportunity for professional drivers to join a forward-thinking, innovative organisation and utilise their skills and expertise to bring real value to the Gist business and their customers.
The summit opens on Tuesday, December 11th and GIST
The present report adds to the literature by describing for the first time a splenic artery aneurysm bleeding into the gastric fundus and mimicking the endoscopic appearance of a bleeding gastric GIST.
The crisis is classified in the gist as a ''severe accident'' that went sharply beyond the design criteria assumed for safety measures.
The former agent is approved for first-line treatment of GIST, while the latter is approved for second-line treatment of GIST in patients with imatinib resistance or intolerance.
Groomsmen were Ross Emerson Webster, brother of the groom, of Memphis; Paul William Gist Jr.
I don't think I need to say how excited Tech Collective is to welcome Commissioner Gist to the STEM Education Forum of our BIO ED series," said Kathie Shields, executive director of Tech Collective.
3,4,7) The availability of Glivec for this patient population addresses a previously unmet need for GIST patients.
Dr Mohamed Jaloudi, consultant medical oncologist, Tawam Hospital, said: "The incidences of GIST and NET in patient populations have been hard to track due to the lack of cancer registries.
Physicians will review data on the latest clinical research on prescription medication involving the use of imatinib to treat GIST and the use of octreotide to treat NET.
What the CHA had gone to, some many years ago, was something that didn't really exist in federal law-something called 'ceiling rents,'" said Sharon Gist Gilliam, the CHA board chair.
When Diane Gist decided to start a commercial cleaning business six years ago, she put "brand name recognition" at the top of her list of must haves.
Gist, BOC's distribution business, extends major food logistics contract
We continue to talk and are looking at a number of options, the most important of which is a sign-and-trade,'' agent Robert Gist said.
According to experts at Sheffield Hallam the new GIST tool works like web spiders used by search engines such as Google but rather than crawling sites for text content, it analyses the visual content, identifying variations or similarities in the appearance of individual web pages.