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Palmer

 [pahl´mer]
Sophia E. (1853–1920). American nursing writer and organizer; first editor of the American Journal of Nursing. She campaigned for state registration of nursing and assisted in drafting much of the legislation. She served as first president of the New York State Board of Examiners and helped to organize the American Nurses' Association and the American Society of Superintendents of Training Schools for Nurses.

Pal·mer

(pahl'mĕr),
Walter L., U.S. physician, *1896. See: Palmer acid test for peptic ulcer.
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Mary Palmer Duane died surrounded by family, as did her brother William and Marianne Magoun.
She says Palmer and the mayor's office wanted her to give a large sole-source contract to a woman named Elizabeth Abramowitz who ran a small psychological consulting firm.
Eisenhower, as well as numerous photos of Palmer with Bill and Hillary Clinton and George W.
Well, any camera shots of the young, coiled, magnetic Palmer would be cool.
Palmer gingerly negotiates her way through the pitched trenches of modern Irish historiography to argue that incipient nationalism guided the English approach to Ireland and Irish, and it is no surprise that she repeatedly recruits Spenser's profoundly nationalistic epic romance to illustrate her claims.
Palmer said, until he spotted the ad for the Arctic.
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So, in 1988, along with two partners (whom he later bought out), Palmer started Aureole.
Marcus was nominated by the Correspondence Study School in Wasilla, and Angelina was nominated by Palmer Junior Middle School in Palmer.
Palmer is Mary, a member of a double dutch team that, with a big competition looming, has lost one of its four members.
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This works for Palmer on at least two levels - that of theme, and that of audience reception.