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gurney

 [ger´ne]
a wheeled cot used in hospitals.

gur·ney

(gŭr'nē),
A stretcher or cot with wheels used to transport patients.
[Sir Goldsworthy Gurney, British physician and inventor, 1793-1875]

gurney

/gur·ney/ (gur´ne) a wheeled cot used in hospitals.

gurney

[gur′nē]
a cot with wheeled legs, used in hospitals to transport patients.

gurney

Nursing A wheeled cot or stretcher for transporting Pts in emergency care, in surgery or used to restrain a prisoner before a lethal injection

gur·ney

(gŭr'nē)
A stretcher or cot with wheels used to transport hospital patients.
[Goldsworthy Gurney, British physician and inventor, 1793-1875]
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Gurney was regarded as one of the finest drivers of his era and raced for Ferrari, Porsche and Brabham during an F1 career which spanned more than a decade.
The statement from Evi, the Gurney family and the All American Racing (AAR) teammates said, "With one last smile on his handsome face, Dan drove off into the unknown just before noon today .
Gurney won seven IndyCar, five NASCAR and four Formula One races, competing in all three series through much of the 1960s.
Wright had hammered Gurney in the UK Open semi-finals but it was tight as Snakebite edged him out of the Matchplay semis.
Gurney hit half his doubles as well as 13 maximums in beating the Austrian in the last eight - I have been impressed with his attitude and ability this week and make no mistake the last four is not the summit of the northern Irishman's expectations this week.
The Austrian also led 5-3 and 6-4 as the pair continued to trade maximums, before Gurney levelled and then took out a sensational 146 checkout to regain the edge at 7-6.
Jack Burnham pushed forward and edged Gurney behind then Michael Richardson was lbw third ball after surviving a close call off the first.
We had seen that in Hawaii, the coconut bra sells well so we tried to do a Filipino version because there are many coconuts in the area,' Gurney said.
But I'm also really hoping it helps expand our profile in a competitive media market and draws some attention to us," Gurney said.
Finn has restated his case of late, and in the practice sessions England have so far been able to fit in between the storms here, Gurney for one is impressed.
Gurney commented "It will also harm the communities that depend on the economic vitality generated by the port and the commerce conducted by that railroad.
Gurney says he moved the fugitive from a country pub in Kent to a remote safe house in Wiltshire before they boarded a flight from Heathrow to Greece.