Macewen


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(mă-kū'ĕn),
William, Scottish surgeon, 1848-1924. See: Macewen sign, Macewen symptom, Macewen triangle.
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And then looking up at Macewen with a nod, and one of his strange smiles: 'Good- bye,' said he, and Macewen, perceiving the case to be too grave for consolation, took himself off, and blessed God on his way home that he was childless.
Randy MacEwen, Ballard President and CEO said, These fuel cell concept cars are an important step for Group Research at Volkswagen and underscore the progress in fuel cell car development across the entire automotive industry, as demonstrated at the LA Auto Show.
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Professor Caroline MacEwen, president of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, and Parul Desai, consultant in Public Health and Ophthalmology at Moorfields, have confirmed their attendance along with Dr David Geddes from NHS England.
James Matheson, Glasgow Former solicitor Sir Alexander Malcolm MacEwen became the party's first leader in 1934 when the National Party of Scotland and the Scottish Party merged.
Deshaye focuses on four writers in order to conduct his study: Irving Layton, Leonard Cohen, Michael Ondaatje, and Gwendolyn MacEwen.
The earliest known orotracheal intubation for anaesthesia and surgery was performed by Sir William Macewen (1848 to 1924) in 1878 (9).
Its distinctive look, a sort of tropical Georgian that suggests the plantation homes of the West Indies, is the work of late architect Harry "Bo" MacEwen, one of the original developers of the place back in the early 1980s.
The editor of the critically-acclaimed The Selected Gwendolyn MacEwen and author of Junkman's Daughter, Strimas here leads off with an ode to a noon-time drunkard in the park who shares a woman's bench; he becomes her "angel of repose": ".
Although it is sometimes confused with content management, KM consists of searching for answers, whereas content management consists of searching for documents that may contain answers, says Bruce MacEwen, president of legal consulting firm Adam Smith, Esq.