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Synonyms for mailman

a man who delivers the mail

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With historical detail and taut, modern storytelling, Mailman writes a captivating novel about identity, choices, freedom, and murder.
An individual's telomere length at birth is known to influence their risk for disease decades later during adulthood," says Tang, professor of Environmental Health Sciences at the Mailman School.
Suglia, ScD, assistant professor of Epidemiology at the Mailman School, said that lack of sleep in teenage years could stack the deck against one for obesity later in life and if one becomes an obese adult, it was much harder to lose weight and keep it off and the longer one was obese, there was a greater risk for health problems like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.
Whether it's the nails securing the door between Lizzie's bedroom and her parents', or a naive child's glimpse of adults creating breaches that can never be repaired, Mailman probes the precedents of her opening question.
Approximately 70 pc of mothers who said they experienced high levels of anxiety or depression while they were pregnant reported their child had wheezed before age 5," said Marilyn Reyes, senior research worker at the Mailman School of Public Health''s Columbia Center for Children''s Environmental Health (CCCEH), and lead author of the study.
Major organization : HELSINKI OY ASUMISOIKEUS MAILMAN AND HEKA PASILA KOLLI STREET DRAWING UP PROJECT PLANS TO OWN THE ENTIRE CAPITAL AND THE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN OF THE PROJECT
Mailman said her father had a passion for vocational education across the state.
Results of the Mailman School study led by Guohua Li, MD, DrPH, professor of Epidemiology and director of the Center for Injury Epidemiology and Prevention, show that 31.
O'Dowd gleefully pickpockets many of the best lines and he shares wonderful screen chemistry with Mailman, playing the mother hen, who will do anything to protect her sisters from harm.
O'Dowd gleefully pickpockets many of the best lines and shares wonderful screen chemistry with Mailman, playing the mother hen, who will do anything to protect her sisters from harm.
Opens Wednesday THE STARS Chris O'Dowd, Deborah Mailman.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Technological developments have led some older habits such as letter-writing and postcard-sending to begin to fade away, changing the general character of items delivered by your local mailman.
This picture book celebrates the story of a real mailman, the legendary Tom Kruse who died in 2011 at the age of 96 after years of delivering mail along the Birdsville Track.
A study by researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health finds that pregnant women in New York City exposed to higher concentrations of chemicals called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs, were more than twice as likely to have children who were obese by age 7 compared with women with lower levels of exposure.
that's the kind of chairman he is - he calls me the Mailman after Karl Malone.