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ISABEL

An advanced Internet artificial intelligence computer program for the differential diagnosis of children's disorders available for doctors to use free of charge. ISABEL is a charity at http://www.isabel.org.uk. It was founded by the stockbroker Jason Maude after his three-year-old daughter Isabel nearly died from toxic shock and necrotizing fasciitis when doctors were slow to recognize these complications of chickenpox. The charity is currently working on the extension of the scheme to adult patients.
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The country had lately come into the hands of General Espartero who, as dictator and regent, guarded the young infanta, Queen-to-be Isabella II, from her exiled mother and from the unconstructed royalists who still controlled parts of the army.
He was called to Madrid as confessor to Queen Isabella II (he wrote he detested court life); was exiled to France, attended Vatican Council I, and died in exile in France in 1870.
Released by the revolutionary forces, he later served as a senator and as tutor to the future Queen Isabella II, who crowned him national poet in 1855.
In 1863, Queen Isabella II passed a royal decree mandating free access to public education by all Filipinos.