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Barton

 [bahr´tun]
Clara (1821–1912). Founder and first president of the American National Red Cross. Born in North Oxford, Massachusetts, she distributed supplies for the relief of wounded soldiers during the Civil War, and at its close organized a bureau of records in Washington to aid in the search of missing men. She assisted in organizing military hospitals when the Franco-Prussian War started in 1870, and began at once to establish an American Red Cross Society upon her return to the United States in 1873.
Clara Barton. Courtesy of American Red Cross.

Barton

 [bahr´tun]
George. An architect who in 1917 organized a group of individuals interested in the advancement of occupational therapy and served as the president of the group, The National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy. Barton became interested in occupational therapy during a long convalescence when he recognized the importance of activity in assisting him to cope with his illness and deal with his disabilities. The National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy became the American Occupational Therapy Association in 1921.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

Bar·ton

(bar'tŏn),
John Rhea, U.S. surgeon, 1794-1871. See: Barton bandage, Barton forceps, Barton fracture.
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"Mr Barton died of the unintended consequences of his actions and I record a drug-related death," said Mr Gruffydd.
Fearing for his safety, the officer struck the windscreen on the driver's side with his police baton, causing cracks which would have obstructed Barton's view.
The officer caught up with Barton a short distance away on Montgomery Road, where he was arrested and found to be in the possession of cannabis.
But Barton insisted during his evidence last week that he had not assaulted Miss Waddington that morning and he told the jury at Bradford Crown Court that he would never cause harm to a woman.
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The decision came after a tumultuous week for the congressman, after a nude photo of Barton surfaced on social media.
Barton first joined the House of Representatives in 1985 and is the longest-serving member of Congress from Texas.
Barton secured a position with the law firm of Bell & Young in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she worked as an Associate from 1990-1994.
It had been widely anticipated Barton would not be returning at all after being hit with a three-week ban from the club's facilities as a result of that flashpoint which came just days after Rangers collapsed to a thrashing on derby day at Celtic Park.
Barton, who only signed for the Ibrox club in July, has not been back at the club's training TURN TO PAGE 71 from back page complex since Tuesday and is not expected to return until next week - with Rangers leaving the 34-year-old out of tomorrow's game against Ross County.
Barton gave it plenty of trash talk as the new pretender looking to waltz in to town and knock the local champ off his perch.