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Roberts

 
(rob´erts) Mary M. (1877–1959). Nursing editor and writer, editor of the American Journal of Nursing and author of a number of books on the nursing profession. Concerned with the need for a public relations program for nursing, she founded the Nursing Information Bureau in 1934.

Rob·erts

(rob'ĕrts),
J.B., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Roberts syndrome.
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Meanwhile, Queerstock, which has a tour tentatively scheduled for the fall, is "the longest relationship I've had," Roberts jokes, attributing its longevity in part to its mission.
Roberts took the vision to be an affirmation from the deity that the medical center, strapped at that time for lack of construction money, would be completed.
In selling our wireless phone company, my brother and I are expanding our financial interests to include the hospitality industry," Roberts says.
They're pushing out of established areas because rents have jumped up to 40-50% in the last two years," Roberts said.
Roberts, 51, who served as associate council to President Reagan, was guest speaker for the library's annual Reagan Lecture which traditionally focuses on Reagan's contributions.
Roberts is an answer to the prayers of millions of Americans," announced the Reverend Rob Schenck of the National Clergy Council.
Although the media had considered Roberts a dark horse, he had apparently been on Bush's short list for a long time.
Roberts is at his gutsiest in examining the various forms of vested interest that hampered the abilities of the Victorians to solve their problems in any widespread, meaningful way.
Drawing on the trove of archival materials that Nancy Holt generously deposited at the Archives of American Art in 1987 (already mined extensively by Reynolds), Roberts has used Smithson's own archaeological strata to craft a revisionist history.
Air Force after he graduated college, Roberts was in Albuquerque when he formed his first company, Micro Instrumentation Telementry Systems (MITS).
With the convergence of so many different applications, the commercial telecom consumer is simply exasperated with their billing from telecom vendors," noted Roberts.