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I just received a private message from an old friend of mine, Alexander Castner of Kelvin-Castner Pharmaceuticals.

Which is why we need to move so fast on getting a molecule to patent ability Cazie is seeing Alex Castner at 8:30, along with a few other potential major players.

But Alex Castner has authorized complete terminal facilities for you in the unseated portion of Kelvin-Castner.

If he insists, legally we have to admit him, someone had decided: Castner or K-C counsel or even judicial-probability software.

He waited, half expecting to see Thurmond Rogers or Alex Castner or even Cazie.

Proud of his physique and prowess in walking, Castner had a passion for physical exercise which may have been one reason why Stilwell understood him and was one of the few officers with whom Castner never quarreled.

In order to hold the railroad open, a total force of 25,000 would be better still, General Castner informed the War Department.

January 1928, as the result of feuds at 15th Infantry Headquarters, Stilwell was transferred at the request of General Castner from troop duty to General Staff duty as acting Chief of Staff to the Commanding General.

Exhausted men staggered to the finish, some dragging or carrying their comrades, determined not to give Castner the satisfaction of seeing a single soldier failing to complete the course.

The ghost of General Castner walked with him but Stilwell himself was the only veteran of those long-ago forced marches of the 15th Infantry.

Besides, Castner had undoubtedly already read whatever Miranda had to say.

I turned my back to Castner and ripped open the slightly padded envelope.

Lieutenant Emil Castner, who was leaning against the wing, studying his map.

Lieutenant Castner for this flight was, in a way, typical of his new temperament.

And where Hans had liked to talk, Castner rarely spoke, except when directly addressed.