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(tā'lŏr),
Robert W., U.S. dermatologist, 1842-1908. See: Taylor disease.

Tay·lor

(tā'lŏr),
Charles F., U.S. orthopedic surgeon, 1827-1899. See: Taylor back brace, Taylor apparatus, Taylor splint.
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(27) Jeremy Taylor, The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living (1650),
Pictured left to right is LT Jeremy Taylor, RADM Mike Lyden, Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command and Chief of Supply Corps; and Doug Brook.
The attempt to break down the supposed barrier between orthodoxy and heterodoxy, secondly, is aided by Nicholas McDowell's excellent essay on the reading of Jeremy Taylor's Liberty of Prophesying (1647).
169), lie behind Selden's own tolerant attitudes and their influence reverberates through the work of Milton, Newton, Stubbe, Jeremy Taylor, Edward Stillingfleet, John Toland, and many others.
Among their topics are the Genesis narrative in the circle of Robert Hooke and Francis Lodwick, biblical criticism and the New Testament canon, and Jeremy Taylor's 1647 Liberty of Prophesying and its readers.
Em Laura Gordon Jay Nick Barkla Bianca Chloe Armstrong Janey Kat Stewart Jay's dealer Jeremy Taylor Mick David Campbell Downward drug spiral sucks in a couple of losers, but authenticity makes "Em 4 Jay" a Down Under low-budget triumph.
Two prominent authors and dream workers are Jeremy Taylor and Gayle Delaney.
We would be reading Erasmus, the Puritan William Perkins, the Jesuit Robert Bellarmine, the Anglican Jeremy Taylor who wrote of the need to cultivate virtues as one prepared for death.
Schoolboy Jeremy Taylor of Linthwaite won the Haydn Wood Trophy at the two-day music festival at Slaithwaite Leisure Centre.
Everybody knows the adage "When in Rome, do as the Romans do." Few realise (it is usually said to be anonymous) that the churchman Jeremy Taylor (1613-1667) in his Ductor Dubitantium 1:1:5, a compendium of Catholic and Protestant casuistry, traces it back to a couplet by Ambrose: 'Si fueris Romae, Romano vivite more; /Si fueris alibi, vivite sicut ubi.'
The 49 members of the class of 2005 include Heather Adkins, Suzanna Allen, Nathan Altemus, Cheryl Ashcraft, Gary Baughman, Ben Bertsch, Samantha Cape, Ryan Casch, Sean Clemons, Stephanie Cossette, Nickolas Duron, Ronald Finch, Sally Sue Fussell, Cash Gardner, David Gibson, Kyle Hager, Lauren Harder, Zachary Harms, Patrick Howery, Kyrie Johnson, Jason LaDuke, Tara Lane, Kelly Long, Stuart Love, Brianne McCasland, Tracey McKhean, Timothy Smith, Victor Mercado, Mary Spencer, Christopher Miller, Shannon Monson, Ty Olsen, Robert Perkins, Andrew Perri, Daniel Polston, Sharma Pryor, Spencer Ravare, Kristen Reed, Aaron Rhule, Sharron Richardson, Kate Roberts, David Roshone, Jimmi Russell, Micah Schroeder, Roy Smith, Ashley Stevenson, Jeremy Taylor, Mychal Wortham, Kevin Yell.
Carroll, Wisdom and Wasteland: Jeremy Taylor in His Prose and Preaching Today, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2001, 288pp, GB 32.50 [pounds sterling].