Roger Meadows

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Glue sniffing refers to the deliberate inhalation of volatile solvents, commonly found in adhesives, for the purpose of intoxication. The increasing prevalence of inhalant use suggests that many physicians will encounter a glue-sniffing patient at some time during their practice. Knowledge of the epidemiology, toxicology, and medical complications(More)
Severe pododermatitis is a common lesion in turkeys, unlike in broiler chickens. Both dietary factors (soybean meal, biotin, methionine) and poor litter conditions (wet litter) are documented etiologies of footpad lesions. In the United States and United Kingdom both farm managers and processors monitor lesions. The United Kingdom reports an average footpad(More)
The Federa l Bureau of Investigation today announced tha t applicants are being sought fo r clerical, t ranslator and fingerprint classifier positions. Vacancies exist or will exist in NYC. At the same time the FBI revealed tha t no more openings exist now in technical titles f o r which qualifications had been published previously. The present appointments(More)
By ROGER L. MEADOWS The ofRcial notice for the examination for promotion to Assistant Foreman, NYC Depar tment of Sanitat ion, will be published and the receipt of applications will begin the first week of next month , possibly Thursday, September 5. [The text of the notice, except for the dates of the filing period, was published in the July 3 0 issue of(More)
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