“All the evidence very clearly shows consolidation leads to higher prices," said Martin Gaynor, an economist at Carnegie Mellon.”
“But the relative you know as Gaynor von Minct will always be the criminal Knight of the Balance, who challenged its power and failed.”
“Towards it, in triumph, rode the figure of Prince Gaynor von Minct-the one who would come to be called Gaynor the Damned.”
“He was this little kid," recalls Gaynor of Mackie.”
“Ironically, as Howie points out, "Gaynor" is now considered a Jewish last name in Framingham.”
“Gaynor," I said, "you've given yourself in service to the Beast.”
“An editorial in the New York Times titled "A Tammany School Board Still," attacked Mayor Gaynor and Tammany's attempts to roll back the clock on civil service reform by gaining complete control over teacher and administrative appointments to the schools, thus undoing fourteen years of school reforms.”
“J. William Gaynor, MD: When we repair Tetralogy of Fallot, there are two major things that we need to do.”
“J. William Gaynor, MD: We recently looked at a series of 100 consecutive children at CHOP having elective tetralogy repair between -- at under 6 months of age, which means they had been out of the hospital, they came back electively for their operation.”
“J. William Gaynor, MD: That's called a transannular patch.”
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