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FJA Fellowship of Jewish Athletes : The Florida Justice Association recently seated its new officers and board members: Thomas (language) Thomas - A language compatible with the language Dylan(TM). Thomas is NOT Dylan(TM).
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British chemist. He won a 1957 Nobel Prize for his study of nucleic acids and nucleotide structures. E. Copeland; Gary M. Farmer; Stephen A. Marino, Jr.; and Stuart N. Ratzan. Immediate Past President Frank M. Petosa and FJA Executive Director Scott Carruthers will also serve as officers on the executive committee. Those elected to two-year terms on the board include Garrett J. Biondo; Todd E. Copeland; Chris M. Kavouklis; Stephen A. Marino, Jr.; Marcus J. Michles II; Troy Rafferty; Stephen F. Rosenthal; Rodd M. Santomauro; Scott B. Smith; John J. Uustal; Roy D. Wasson; Andrew Weinstein; Robert G. Whittel; and Andrew B. Yaffa. The newly elected board also appointed five district directors and three directors at large to serve one-year terms, including Paul M. Anderson, District 1; Frank F. Fernandez III, District 2; Gabrielle D'Alemberte, District 3; Lake Lytal III, District 4; Allan L. Ziffra, District 5; and directors at large Bill B. Berke, Kelly K. Gray, and M. Lance Holden Holden, town (1990 pop. 14,628), Worcester co., central Mass., a residential suburb of Worcester; settled 1723, set off and inc. 1741. Manufactures include electrical and metal products, plastics, and machinery. . Edwards also made two presidential appointments to serve one-year terms, Seth Pajcic and Steven Ward Wingo.