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Muir

(mūr),
Edward G., British surgeon, 1906-1973. See: Muir-Torre syndrome.
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Mark Stoll makes a similar argument from a psychological standpoint: "Across all of Muir's life and works lay the shadow of one man, without whom both Muir's boundless drive and departure from the religious mainstream are nearly inconceivable: his father, Daniel" ("God and John Muir" 72).
John Muir was aware of New Zealand and its location from an early age.
The life and the career of John Muir come to life through this inspiring and beautiful documentary set against the magnificent landscapes of the American West.
The John Muir project is supported by Durham County Council's Outdoor and Sustainability Education Services and is funded by Natural England through Access to Nature, as part of the Big Lottery's Changing Spaces programme.
WHITE, PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH, SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY; EDITOR OF ESSENTIAL MUIR: A SELECTION OF JOHN MUIR'S BEST WRITINGS
Low said John Muir is trying to break down the conceptions of a hospital money-making machine by sending out direct mail pieces with individual stories and testimonials in surrounding service area.
It confirmed it will deliver its OPT-E-MAN service to connect one of John Muir Health's more remote locations to its main Walnut Creek data centre, providing improved security and reliable transport across the converged network.
The Spirit of John Muir received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval in September 2016.
John Muir said: "The Castleton has created a buzz here in Auchterarder, which is a location with enduring appeal, offering strong commuting links, picturesque countryside, excellent schools and close proximity to world-class golf courses."
Collections strong in either natural history or art will find much to relish in NATURE'S BELOVED SON, a survey of the wildflowers which began John Muir's intense love of plants.
Gisel, an environmental historian and specialist on John Muir, has compiled an engaging and beautifully presented account of his activities as a botanist, using a wealth of primary sources, and quoting frequently from his letters and other writings.