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Ush·er

(ŭsh'ĕr),
Charles Howard, English ophthalmologist, 1865-1942. See: Usher syndrome.

Ush·er

(ŭsh'ĕr),
Barney D., Canadian dermatologist, 1899-1978. See: Senear-Usher disease, Senear-Usher syndrome.
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John quickly returned, ushering in with great attention and deference
His friend had barely had time to recall the unprecedented gleam of determination with which he had spoken of finding this girl, and which had faded out of him with the breath of the spoken words, when Eugene came back, ushering in a most disgraceful shadow of a man, shaking from head to foot, and clothed in shabby grease and smear.
Pickwick's arms; and before he could gain time to deposit her on a chair, Master Bardell entered the room, ushering in Mr.