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Ed·wards

(ed'wărdz),
James Hilton, 20th-century English physician and medical geneticist. See: Edwards syndrome.

Ed·wards

(ed'wărdz),
M.L., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Carpentier-Edwards valve, Starr-Edwards valve.
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If Gura's Jonathan Edwards is overshadowed by Marsden's as a biography, Gura's book still casts far more than a few shadows of its own; considered more entirely on its own merits, it provides a concise, penetrating treatment of the main outlines of Edwards's career, with periodic, if somewhat unpredictable detours, into deeper aspects of Edwards's thought and twists and turns of his career.
Edwards will acquire CASMED in an all-cash transaction for $2.45 per
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Now Edwards College Peshawar and Islamia College Peshawar will face each other in the final to be played today (Thursday).
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Marsha Edwards was the founder of (https://www.mmeenterprises.com/about-us) MME Enterprises , a medical supply company founded in 2015 that supplied hospitals and medical centers around the Atlanta area.
Being proud and genteel New Englanders, the salon-goers covered up their patricide with flattery, duly noting Edwards's considerable intellect and pious reputation.
In 1750, Edwards was fired from his post in Northampton by a committee that objected to his attempts to emphasize the necessity of the conversion experience for church membership.
Both of Edwards' known victims have been older white females who were low- to moderate-risk victims living alone in ground-floor apartments.
Edwards Lifesciences, a leader in advanced cardiovascular disease treatments, is the number-one heart valve company in the world and the global leader in acute hemodynamic monitoring.
Marsden's task was complicated by the absence of journals or diaries from Edwards for all but a brief period in late adolescence and by the subject's reticence to speak of himself in his pastoral and theological writings.