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a condition of disability resulting from the loss of one or more limbs

a surgical removal of all or part of a limb

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Janet Horn, president/CEO of A-K, and her husband, Lanny, chief operating and chief financial officer, had notified the board in 2008 of their plans to leave the CU pending the CU finding replacements, said a Clearview spokeswoman.
A-K with a 7.15% capital ratio has been in healthy condition sustaining break-even status this year while Clearview, also healthy and with 78,000 members, has maintained an 11.95% capital ratio.
Apparently, T J Cloutier, the former road gambler and respected tournament player, feels so strongly about the importance of A-K that in one of his authoritative books, he dedicated one-third of the practice hands to playing with and against it.
"You have to have your pair hold up when they have an A-K and you have to catch the Ace or the King when you have A-K and they have the pair.
Apparently TJ Cloutier, the former road gambler and respected tournament player, feels so strongly about the importance of A-K that in one of his authoritative books he dedicated one-third of the practice hands to playing with and against it.
"That's how youwin tournaments." Never a truer word spoken but with A-K - suitedornot - amathematicaloutsideragainst anypocket pair above 3s howcomethehand is rated so highly?