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Reed

 [rēd]
Walter (1851–1902). American bacteriologist, born in Gloucester County, Virginia. As a military physician, Reed was appointed during the Spanish–American War chief of a committee to investigate typhoid fever epidemic in the army camps. In 1899, when yellow fever was particularly severe in Cuba, he again was appointed chairman of a committee to study its method of transmission, and he proved by thorough experimentation that yellow fever was carried only by a certain species of mosquito, Aedes aegypti.

Reed

(rēd),
Dorothy M., U.S. pathologist, 1874-1964. See: Reed cell, Reed-Sternberg cell, Sternberg-Reed cell.

Reed

(rēd),
Walter, 1851-1902. U.S. Army surgeon, elucidated epidemiology of yellow fever. See: Reed-Frost model.

Reed, Pamela G.

a nursing theorist who developed the Self-Transcendence Theory. Self-transcendence is the expansion of a person's concept of self through introspection, interaction with other people and the surrounding environment, integration of the past and future, and spirituality. It is based on the belief that, to maintain a sense of well-being, older adults must continue their cognitive development during the process of aging.

reed

abomasum.
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I renewed my promise to be her husband; and thus the next day that the bano chanced to be empty she at different times gave us by means of the reed and cloth two thousand gold crowns and a paper in which she said that the next Juma, that is to say Friday, she was going to her father's garden, but that before she went she would give us more money; and if it were not enough we were to let her know, as she would give us as much as we asked, for her father had so much he would not miss it, and besides she kept all the keys.
He wandered all about the reeds, but Laska did not believe he had shot it, and when he sent her to find it, she pretended to hunt for it, but did not really.
Price schooled Reed in the socialist realism of Brechtian theater, left-wing politics, and, as Reed's sad filmic record suggests, little else.
Reed said that BuyerZone has facilitated more than $5 billion worth of transactions since 2004.
Reed, 45, was defeated by Casey Cagle, a state senator, 56 percent to 44 percent.
Reed, the umpiring crew chief, later said Lugo was tossed simply for throwing the helmet, not because Guccione thought Lugo was protesting the call.
Reed is also an evangelical Christian, although his writings suggest that politics have always been his true religion.
2005 finds Reed offering new reusable, protective pouch packaging and developing new tools to add to the breadth and depth of the company's tool line.
As CEO of GM's Asset Management, the largest corporate pension fund in the nation, Reed has $86 billion to invest.
Reed and his colleagues, who describe their work in the January Cancer Cell, knew from previous studies that a protein called X chromosome-linked inhibitor of apoptosis (XIAP) binds to and blocks the action of several different caspases.
Reed implies that canonization is arbitrary and insidious by celebrating poems by student writers alongside those by American poetry icons and lesser-known, seasoned "minority" culture writers.
Reed has written about his parents forcing him to endure extensive therapy--including painful rounds of shock treatment--as a teenager, when they feared that Reed was exhibiting signs of homosexuality.