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Boykin, Anne

a nursing theorist who, with Savina O. Schoenhofer, wrote Nursing as Caring: A Model for Transforming Practice, which postulates that caring is the end, not the means, of nursing.
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To compound the situation, the Boykin is sent out onto the same thin ice.
Boykin made not only one of the top plays of this bowl season but one of the more memorable catches in Notre Dame bowl history.
Boykin originally faced a felony charge of assaulting a police officer over an incident at a bar two days before the Horned Frogs beat Oregon in triple overtime in the Alamo Bowl.
The maid of honor was Katherine Jacobs, and bridesmaids were Neva Long the bride's cousin; Brittany Oliver; and Mackenzie Boykin, sister of the groom.
Austin III, who at the time was the Army's vice chief of staff, accused Boykin of "unprofessional behavior" that "reflects poorly on your character.
If I would have known, I would have reconsidered moving here," said Boykin.
In 2003, Boykin boasted to church audiences that his work in Somalia, and since then, was God's labour.
The warlord was deluding himself, Boykin declared, and was sure to get his comeuppance: "I knew that my God was bigger than his.
For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Still Not Enough Keith Boykin, editor
Boykin of West Palm Beach, who represents Citibank, agrees with Stok that Rule 5-1.
During the first period, American wildfowlers developed four homegrown, regional breeds: Chesapeake Bay retriever, Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever, American water spaniel and Boykin spaniel.