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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | August 10, 1996
State authorities revoked the license yesterday of a psychiatrist for having sex with a female patient, hugging and kissing another and admitting that he engaged in "seduction therapy" with a third.The Board of Physician Quality Assurance revoked the license of Dr. Ruy Dan Arroyo, five months after an administrative law judge criticized him for being "egregiously immoral" and preying on three Washington County women "when they most required help."The offenses occurred in 1987 and 1988, while the doctor had offices in Washington County.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2014
There was a sense throughout the industry that the Orioles' decision to back away from closer Grant Balfour after his failed physical in December could adversely affect the club going forward. That reality apparently played a part in them not landing veteran starter Bronson Arroyo, who signed a two-year deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. Arroyo will get a guaranteed $23.5 million over two years -- $9.5 million each season and an $11 million option in 2016 that includes a $4.5 million buyout.
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July 8, 2005
2993 Yesterday: Went 0-for-3 vs. Red Sox Tonight: 7:35, vs. Red Sox (Arroyo, 6-5)
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Peter Schmuck | February 8, 2014
The Orioles' frustrating offseason got a little more frustrating Friday when the front office came up short in its pursuit of veteran pitcher Bronson Arroyo, who seemed to be the best fit of the remaining pitchers available in the free-agent market. Maybe pursuit isn't the right word, since the Orioles still seem to be playing hard to get just a few days before before pitchers and catchers report to spring training. Executive vice president Dan Duquette continues to insist that he wants to solidify the starting rotation, but it's fair to wonder at this point just how much the team really wants to win this year.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1996
The trial of an Oakland Mills High School teacher accused of beating a guidance counselor ended in a mistrial last night after jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict.Assistant State's Attorney Michael Weal said he did not know whether Lamont Goode, head of the social studies department at the high school, would be tried again on assault and battery charges stemming from a dispute with Robert Arroyo, a guidance counselor, in May 1995.Weal said he would consult with State's Attorney Marna McLendon about the case.
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By RICHARD C. PADDOCK and RICHARD C. PADDOCK,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 25, 2006
MANILA, Philippines -- Thousands of Filipinos took to the streets in protest yesterday, hours after beleaguered President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo declared a nationwide state of emergency, banned public rallies and ordered the arrest of alleged coup plotters. Arroyo's actions were prompted by the discovery of an alleged plot by military officers to oust her on the eve of a major rally to commemorate the "people's power" protests that forced President Ferdinand E. Marcos to resign 20 years ago today.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | March 6, 1997
An Oakland Mills High School teacher was cleared this week of assaulting a guidance counselor in a dispute over a student.A Howard County Circuit Court jury deliberated five hours Tuesday night before acquitting Lamont Goode, 48, on the assault charge.Though the jury could not reach a unanimous verdict on a remaining battery charge -- assault is the threat of using force, battery is carrying out the threat -- the prosecutor said he would not retry the case. The jurors voted 11-1 to acquit Goode on that charge, attorneys on both sides of the case said.
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By Brian Sullam | July 25, 1991
What started out as an academic dispute between two scientists over the validity of experiments on chemical compounds known as free radicals has escalated into a $165,000 lawsuit.Last week Gerald M. Rosen, chairman of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology of the University of Maryland's Pharmacy School, filed suit in Baltimore County Circuit Court against Carmen M. Arroyo; Alasdair J. Carmichael, her husband; Patricia Meisol, a reporter for The Baltimore Sun; and The Baltimore Sun. In the suit, Dr. Rosen accused Dr. Arroyo of engaging "in a campaign to discredit Dr. Rosen" and said she "did act . . . with ill will, spite and vindictiveness."
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer | May 25, 1993
Dr. Carmen M. Arroyo is either a young scientist on a "malicious, vindictive crusade" to destroy her former boss' career and scientific reputation or she is upholding scientific integrity by showing that he misrepresented experiments and fudged on federal grant applications.Lawyers for the two scientists exchanged those opposing views yesterday to a six-woman Baltimore County Circuit Court jury that will determine whether Dr. Arroyo, 36, defamed Dr. Gerald M. Rosen, chairman of the pharmacology and toxicology department at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer | June 4, 1993
A Baltimore County Circuit Court jury last night exonerated Dr. Gerald M. Rosen of any professional wrongdoing and awarded him $75,001 damages against his former research associate, Dr. Carmen M. Arroyo.The jury said Dr. Arroyo, 36, maliciously defamed Dr. Rosen with various statements and letters to colleagues alleging that he had engaged in a pattern of professional misconduct, including falsifying experiment data in grant applications and using her work without giving her credit.Dr. Rosen is chairman of the pharmacology and toxicology department of the University of Maryland Pharmacy School, and Dr. Arroyo worked in his research lab.With the consent of all lawyers, Judge Joseph F. Murphy Jr. allowed the four alternate jurors to participate in the six hours of deliberation with the six regular jury members.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2014
The Orioles' search for a starting pitcher to upgrade their rotation took a major hit Friday when right-hander Bronson Arroyo -- one of the club's top offseason targets -- chose the Arizona Diamondbacks over the Orioles. The two sides agreed to a two-year deal that will pay the veteran starter a guaranteed $23.5 million and could be worth $30 million if Arizona picks up a club option for 2016. Personally, I believed that Arroyo was the best available fit for the Orioles. Even though he turns 37 years old this month, his track record of durability -- he has pitched at least 199 innings in each of the last nine seasons -- is exactly what the Orioles need, an experienced frontline starter who can go deep into games every fifth day. I was told Friday that the Orioles' final offer was a competitive one and that, ultimately, Arroyo decided he wanted to remain in the National League, where he has pitched the past eight seasons with the Cincinnati Reds and 11 of his 14 seasons overall.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2014
The Orioles were in the race for free-agent starter Bronson Arroyo, one of their top offseason targets, until the very end, but ultimately saw the right-hander agree to a two-year deal worth a guaranteed $23.5 million with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night.  Arroyo will make $9.5 million in each of the next two seasons, and Arizona has an $11 million club option for 2016 or can buy him out for $4.5 million, ESPN reported. Arroyo selected the Diamondbacks over the Orioles, according to an industry source who added that the Orioles' final offer was “competitive.” Ultimately, Arroyo wanted to stay in the National League, the source said.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2014
The Orioles are in continuing negotiations with free-agent right-hander Bronson Arroyo, according to an industry source. They are not the only serious suitor, however, as the sweepstakes for Arroyo appears to be nearing a close. The 36-year-old, who was 14-12 with a 3.79 ERA in 32 starts with the Cincinnati Reds last year, is one of several high-profile starters still available on the market. It was believed that Arroyo, who turns 37 later this month, was seeking a three-year deal, but he seems to have softened that stance.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | May 20, 2006
Jockey Ramon Dominguez has been involved in his share of controversial incidents during the past two Preakness weekends, including the bump viewed throughout the world last year when Afleet Alex went to his knees in the big race after colliding with Dominguez's mount, Scrappy T. Yesterday, he became the beneficiary of a similar confrontation when the Pimlico stewards disqualified first-place finisher Smart N Pretty for interference and placed Dominguez and...
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 26, 2006
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Coup plotters arrested, troops in the streets, excited crowds calling for the president's ouster, soldiers and senators testing the wind and forming alliances. The Philippines is at it again, and for foreign and local experts it is a discouraging spectacle of national futility. On Friday, President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo declared a state of emergency, saying a coup plot had been foiled and banning demonstrations in the streets. Yesterday, the police raided a pro-opposition newspaper in Manila.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer | May 26, 1993
A senior University of Maryland scientist yesterday denied falsifying experiment data in grant applications and articles or stealing a research assistant's ideas for a scientific paper.Dr. Gerald M. Rosen, chairman of the pharmacy school's department of pharmacology and toxicology, testified in Baltimore County Circuit Court that he began working in the field of "trapping free radicals" at Duke University years before Dr. Carmen M. Arroyo came to work with him at Maryland.Free radicals are fleeting compounds whose presence is recorded on a machine.
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By Richard C. Paddock and Richard C. Paddock,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 28, 2003
MANILA, Philippines - About 300 rebellious soldiers who had seized an apartment complex and rigged it with explosives in the hope of ousting President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo surrendered last night, ending their siege less than 24 hours after it began. Arroyo, who had authorized loyal troops to use deadly force, if necessary, to drive the mutineers from Manila's financial district, was jubilant when she announced that negotiations had ended the standoff. "The crisis is over," she declared at 10 p.m. "This has been a triumph for democracy."
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By RICHARD C. PADDOCK and RICHARD C. PADDOCK,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 25, 2006
MANILA, Philippines -- Thousands of Filipinos took to the streets in protest yesterday, hours after beleaguered President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo declared a nationwide state of emergency, banned public rallies and ordered the arrest of alleged coup plotters. Arroyo's actions were prompted by the discovery of an alleged plot by military officers to oust her on the eve of a major rally to commemorate the "people's power" protests that forced President Ferdinand E. Marcos to resign 20 years ago today.
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July 8, 2005
2993 Yesterday: Went 0-for-3 vs. Red Sox Tonight: 7:35, vs. Red Sox (Arroyo, 6-5)
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