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Dix

 [diks]
Dorothea Lynde (1802–1887). American humanitarian. Born in Hampden, Maine, Miss Dix contributed to the establishment and improvement of many insane asylums and prisons in the United States, Europe, and Japan, beginning with the establishment of the Boston Lunatic Asylum in 1839. During the Civil War she was appointed Superintendent of Female Nurses and organized the first nurse corps of the United States Army.

Dix

(diks),
M.R., 20th-century British otologist. See: Dix-Hallpike maneuver.
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Dix, who suffers from schizopsychotic affective disorder, will stay in Merseyside's high-security Ashworth Hospital until he dies for killing Hazel last June.
Dix joins Lockton from Dairy Farmers of America, where she was the vice president of human resources, talent and organization development.
"Etre expose a un temps de travail prolonge sur dix ans minimum est fortement correle a la survenue d'AVC, avec un risque double dans cette population par rapport a celle travaillant moins".
"Adverse calls against HBCUs relative to PWIs in women's college basketball offer circumstantial evidence of a larger socio-cultural issue that has hamstringed HBCU sports teams within the field of play," Dix says in an email to Diverse.
The judge ordered the confiscation of PS300 in cash seized on Dix's arrest.
Following the injury, clubs across Welsh football took to social media to wish Dix well in his recovery.
Dix, 55, is a third-generation farmer whose district covers Butler, Grundy, Hardin and Story counties.
Joining Dix, Fisher and Clifton are team members Megan Price, a financial advisor, and Eileen Stella, a senior client service associate, with a combined 42 years of industry experience.
The work benefits Mr Dix now wails against were in the Conservative manifesto, many millions voted for the Tories, millions more than voted for Labour, almost a hundred more seats than Labour.