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Cush·ing

(kush'ing),
Hayward W., U.S. surgeon, 1854-1934. See: Cushing suture.

Cush·ing

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Cushing had no hesitation about handing over his offense to a 32-year-old who has never been a coordinator.
A low dose dexamethasone overnight suppression test was carried out in which the patient was administered 1 mg of dexamethasone i/v overnight and the result was serum cortisol 43.5 microgram/dl revealing suppression of the cortisol levels and suggesting that no endogenous abnormality of cortisol secretion by adrenal gland was present ruling out the adrenal cause of cushing syndrome.
Cushing Asset Management, LP, a subsidiary of Swank Capital, LLC, is an SEC-registered investment adviser headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
"I thought we were a bit emotional and the occasion actually affected our offensive play and we got into good positions around the box but Cushing we crossed the ball off the pitch and took shots on when they weren't shots.
Cushing's disease causes an overproduction of anti-inflammatories in the body and so if the Cushing's disease is treated, it may unmask some conditions that would respond to those anti-inflammatories, such as skin disease, arthritis and theoretically laryngeal paralysis and nerve inflammation, which could explain why the new signs are only being noticed now if you have opted for treatment of the Cushing's disease.
Upon completion of the transaction, Bank of Cushing will join NBC's banking operations doing business as Blue Sky Bank in Tulsa, Pawhuska and Cleveland, Okla.
Cushing's syndrome during pregnancy is a rare condition.
Cushing is now a fourth-generation family business, led by president Cathie Cushing-Duff and EVP Joseph X.
Faced with competition from the newer City Creek Shopping Center and struggling with being a stone's throw from Salt Lake's centralized homeless services, Cushing said the key in revitalization was innovating new ways to re-establish The Gateway as a destination for shoppers.
Born in Delafield, Wisconsin, the tenth of eleven children, but raised in Fredonia, New York, William Barker Cushing entered the United States Naval Academy in 1857.
Peter Cushing sneaked into two homes in Hazelrigg, Newcastle, on the same night and, on both occasions, was confronted by the terrified occupants.