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Strong

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Anne H. (1876–1925). A leader in public health nursing. She served as a volunteer and staff nurse with the Henry Street Nursing Service in New York City and later was first director of the School of Public Health Nursing at Simmons College. One of her areas of concern in nursing education was the relation of the theoretical and practical components of education.

Strong

(strong),
Edward K., Jr., U.S. psychologist, *1884. See: Strong vocational interest test.

strong

(strawng)
1. Potent.
2. Concentrated.
3. Biologically or chemically active; said, e.g., of acids, bases, electrolytes, and muscle tissue.
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Jack Maldon will never be very busy in getting either, I expect,' said Doctor Strong, rubbing his chin thoughtfully.
He said that Three-Legs and Pig-Jaw and the rest were strong men, and that that was why they had so much.
Adam, you perceive, was by no means a marvellous man, nor, properly speaking, a genius, yet I will not pretend that his was an ordinary character among workmen; and it would not be at all a safe conclusion that the next best man you may happen to see with a basket of tools over his shoulder and a paper cap on his head has the strong conscience and the strong sense, the blended susceptibility and self-command, of our friend Adam.
Bowing low to Miss Strong, and inclining his head to Tarzan, he turned to leave them.
Yet the current of the time swept by, so strong and deep, and carried the time away so fiercely, that Charles had lain in prison one year and three months when the Doctor was thus steady and confident.
The strong arm held her close a minute, and she felt the broad chest heave once as if with a great sigh of relief; but not a word was spoken till a tap at the door made both start.
Let that be the hope of the weak, whose theology has invented hell for the strong.
She would keep the peace if possible; and there was something honourable and valuable in the strong domestic habits, the allsufficiency of home to himself, whence resulted her brother's disposition to look down on the common rate of social intercourse, and those to whom it was important.
Again she dove and with strong strokes headed for the shore.
Plenty strong big fella too much ten fella three times.
As he stood, at that moment, half shrinking back and half bending forward, both his face and figure were full in the strong glare of the link, and as distinctly revealed as though it had been broad day.
The next day I had my feet thoroughly cleansed and stuffed with tow soaked in some strong lotion; and an unpleasant business it was.