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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

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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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Dark Ages, by contrast, promised cigars, strong drink, Robert Bork, and lots of warm Phoenix weather.
Avoid strong drink by mixing a lot of water in with your wine.
one set aside for God by a vow to abstain from strong drink, from shaving or cutting the hair, and from contact with a dead body) and a legendary warrior whose incredible exploits hint at the weight of Philistine pressure on Israel during much of the early, tribal period in Canaan (1200-1000 BC).
A cup of tea is the choice for Leonard Hurt who has never tasted strong drink in his long and varied life.
Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise.
So at the pub there are voids in the conversation I feel obliged to fill with more strong drink.
The lager we drank was Davenports Continental, and one of the most popular drinks was Davenports Top Brew Deluxe (bottled, not available on draught), a very strong drink which resulted in many a sore head on Sunday morning.
They would bring strong drink into the belfries, which was frowned upon by the church authorities, and they were looked upon as a disreputable bunch.
That's where our kids are getting booze and into the habit of downing too much strong drink too early.
Sample choice oysters and other chilled crustaceans over a good strong drink.
In 1816, the year of Peter's execution, a Philadelphia printer issued "A Calm Dissuasive against Intemperance," a statement of the Fairfield West Consociation of Congregational Churches in Connecticut that expressed alarm at 'how very often strong drink drowns conjugal, parental, filial, and fraternal affection.
After all the customers of the club have departed except the intimate invited group, Professor Wilde orders a strong drink, which causes his immediate death.