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Osborne

 [oz´born]
Estelle M. (1901–1981). American nursing educator, administrator, and consultant, and the first black nurse in the United States to earn a master's degree. She was also the first black instructor at New York University. Ms. Osborne was concerned with increasing opportunities for black nurses in professional nursing and was active in a number of professional and civil rights groups; she served as president of the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses from 1934 to 1939.
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Ever-confident, Osborne spun the joke around, reverse-parking the communist bible into a space vacated by Labour's front bench.
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Mr Osborne said yesterday that a PS500 million investment in the Clyde base is "partly to ready Faslane for Trident's replacement".
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Prior to join Osborne, Mr Robeson served at Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK, in supply chain management until September 2014.
Osborne is an ideal choice because he brings a unique perspective of channeling his international intelligence experience into global peace and harmony.
Chancellor George Osborne will use his Autumn Statement on Wednesday to unveil plans to freeze some benefits for the jobless instead of raising them in line with inflation.
CLAIMS that George Osborne tried to sit in a first class train carriage with only a standard ticket were flatly rejected by the Chancellor's office and rail company Virgin tonight.
Summary: Chancellor George Osborne has been forced to pay a Au160 train ticket upgrade after sitting in first class with only a standard ticket.
Natalie, 47, who worked under the name Miss Whiplash, has previously said she and Mr Osborne snorted cocaine together - a claim the Chancellor strongly denies.
DAVID Cameron last night offered strong backing for his under-fire Chancellor, saying he was doing an "excellent" job and indicating George Osborne would still be in his post at the next general election.