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Meyer

 [mi´er]
Adolf (1866–1950). Swiss-born psychiatrist in the United States who directed the development of the Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic at Johns Hopkins University. His major contributions include propounding the theory of psychobiology, standardizing case histories, and reforming mental health institutions (which were called “insane asylums” at that time).

Mey·er

(mī'ĕr),
Adolf, U.S. psychiatrist, 1866-1950. See: Meyer-Archambault loop.

Mey·er

(mī'ĕr),
Edmund V., German laryngologist, 1864-1931. See: Meyer cartilages.

Mey·er

(mī'ĕr),
Georg H., Swiss anatomist, 1815-1892. See: Meyer line, Meyer sinus.

Mey·er

(mī'ĕr),
Hans H., German pharmacologist, 1853-1939. See: Meyer-Overton rule, Meyer-Overton theory of narcosis.

Mey·er

(mī'ĕr),
Willy, U.S. surgeon, 1858-1932. See: Meyer reagent.
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"Meyers, Toronto," was printed on the leather inside.
I shall see nothing after this but the red brick wall of Meyer's house opposite my window.
I used to look out of my window at the wall of Meyer's house, and say to myself that if I could speak for a quarter of an hour I would convince the whole world, and now for once in my life I have come into contact with ...
Therefore it was droll in the good Riemer, who has written memoirs of Goethe, to make out a list of his donations and good deeds, as, so many hundred thalers given to Stilling, to Hegel, to Tischbein; a lucrative place found for Professor Voss, a post under the Grand Duke for Herder, a pension for Meyer, two professors recommended to foreign universities; &c., &c.
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Seth Meyers will be hosting the Golden Globe Awards next year.
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Meyers lifts up the first century church as a paradigm to consider.
A two-time Telegram & Gazette Super Teamer, Meyers finished 13th in the giant slalom (45.35) and 99th in the slalom (44.76) at the MIAA State Alpine Championships at Berkshire East.
William Meyers, 66, also was ordered to pay more than $850,000 in restitution for cheating the government and his customers out of money that was supposed to be used to pay federal excise taxes.