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Olm·sted

(ōlm'sted),
H.C., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Olmsted syndrome.
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Olmsted was named chief operating officer in 2006 and president in 2004.
The young man who was hired to survey the site, William Hammond Hall, had long been interested in parks and, though he had no formal training in park planning and development, he eagerly read the books and other materials that Olmsted recommended to him.
Among the most fascinating of these is an absolutely gorgeous facsimile reprint, courtesy of the Library of American Landscape History in Amherst, Massachusetts, of Frederick Law Olmsted's 1852 book Walks and Talks of an American Farmer in England.
By direction, Olmsted students have as little contact as possible with U.S.
"Once an iconic structure overlooking our Highland Park, the Children's Pavilion served as a gathering place for generations of families and friends as they took in the natural beauty of this Frederick Law Olmsted designed space," County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo said.
And, as an appointed member of the Olmsted County Human Rights Commission, Osowski works to eliminate discrimination and promote equal opportunity in her adopted home county.
The program at The Olmsted will be this fall and will offer residents increased flexibility and freedom by allowing them to share their apartments exclusively through Airbnb while building tailored community spaces for resident programming including barbecues, game nights and live music.
Leonard Kurland, who established collaborative agreements with other local health care providers (hospitals, physician groups, and clinics [primarily Olmsted Medical Center]) to develop a medical records linkage system that covered the entire population of Olmsted County.
The official historian and photographer for Central Park Conservancy (the private organization that operates the park for the city of New York), Miller notes that everything from its lakes, ponds, and streams to boulder-ridden woodlands and expansive meadows is the work of its 19th-century codesigners, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.
DAV Department of Minnesota's Chapter 28 teamed up with the Olmsted County Veterans Service Officer team and the Olmsted Parks team to host the sixth annual Chester Woods Deer Hunt for local disabled veterans.
Culinary gourmand and award-winning food journalist Larry Olmsted (who writes the "Great American Bites" column for USA Today) presents Real Food, Fake Food: Why You Don't Know What You're Eating & What You Can Do About It, a scathing expose of how severely unregulated the food industry can be, now available as an unabridged audiobook.