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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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Mr Justice Keehan ruled that Palmer was in contempt of court.
Palmer, who visited Cyprus last week, was reported by Turkish Cypriot newspapers on Sunday, as saying the decision over whether a new settlement model would be discussed remained with the two leaders.
EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants has added Jose Palmer as a principal in the energy and marine practice within its property/and casualty operations.
The transaction will return Palmer Square to being entirely management owned.
Target: Palmer Square Capital Management/ Montage Investments ownership stake
They include the murder of a British couple in 2006 and the death of Palmer's former henchman three months before that of the crime boss - once Britain's richest crook, worth PS300 million.
FORMER Huddersfield Town loan star Kasey Palmer will have to pay PS1,720 in fines and costs after he failed to provide details of who was driving his Range Rover Evoque when it was caught on a speed camera.
Palmer's first success, Baby Binks, are hollow Easter Bunnies with yellow and blue eyes.
GANGSTER John "Goldfinger" Palmer was killed by a hitman who was probably hired by a rival crime lord, police said yesterday.
The Palmer family has just launched its first gin with its name - Palmers London Dry Gin.