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Vin·son

(vin'sŏn),
Porter P., U.S. surgeon, 1890-1959. See: Plummer-Vinson syndrome.
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The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) and guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Murphy (DDG 112) arrived in Manila on February 16 for a routine port visit during a Western Pacific deployment.
According to the arrest warrant, Vinson called his brother Friday night and confessed to killing their stepdad.
Vinson immediately changed her profile picture on Facebook after attending the event.
While the Iron Lady's supporters might argue that was her intention too, that's not what has happened "Quaker Capitalism" is another phrase Vinson uses to describe his philosophy.
With successful climb of Mt Vinson, the twins have entered the "hall of fame" for mountaineers -- "The Seven Summits Club".
We didn't have excessive training where we could don and doff, put on and take off the protective equipment, till we got a level of being comfortable with it,'' Vinson said.
Ribner said Vinson and her colleague Nina Pham, who was also declared Ebola-free last week, "are two of the youngest patients treated in developed countries.
It has emerged that Ms Vinson went on a commercial flight from Cleveland, Ohio, to Dallas on Monday though she reportedly warned she had a temperature.
However, as CBS News' Jon LaPook reported Wednesday evening, Vinson called the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) several times before flying, saying that she had a fever with a temperature of 99.
Vinson was the second nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to become infected after exposure to Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, who died on Oct.
Several landowner groups back Vinson, while the state's biggest transmission companies support Oncor, which argues that more restrictive rules would add headaches for the companies and costs for ratepayers.
DISCUSSION: In 1919, Patterson and Kelly independently described a clinical state (the Patterson-Kelly Syndrome) with which the names of Plummer and Vinson were later associated in the United States [1].