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Wiedenbach, Ernestine

[wē′dənbak] (1900-1996)
a German-born American nursing educator and writer. She taught maternal and newborn health nursing at Yale School of Nursing, was a leader in family-centered maternity nursing, and developed the full range of the art and science of obstetric nursing.
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Ernestine Fields, Attorney at Law of Sherman Oaks, California has been recognized as a Professional of the Year for 2018 by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide for her outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of law.
Producers Pauline Mangilog-Saltarin and Ernestine Tamana were in Rome, Italy to accept the Silver Fish trophy.
Noah makes plans for the slave escape, while John and Elizabeth Hawkes are drawn further into the underground railroad and Ernestine puts pressure on Tom to keep her children safe.
Jack Tindall admitted killing Ernestine, 88, with a dressing gown cord because they believed they were being moved into separate care homes.
two daughters, Carmen Notice and Ernestine Notice all of Worcester; a brother, Charles Williams, Jr.
As the rebellion grows stronger, Marie-Therese Charlotte permanently switches places with Ernestine to avoid imprisonment and possible execution.
The company behind the project, RWE, installed the final foundation eight miles off the coast using its "jack-up" installation vessel, Friedrich Ernestine.
Since then, a number of other vessels, including the Friedrich Ernestine, have joined the project to carry out foundation installation activity which is always a technically challenging part of the construction process.
Mudahagora Ernestine is just one of the victims who had been orphaned by the Rwanda Genocide.
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If you are interested, please contact Sister Ernestine Laplante, Director of Parish Nursing in New Brunswick, at 1-506-548-8505 or ernlapla@hotmail.
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