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Julia (1907–1972). First full-time Washington lobbyist for the American Nurses' Association. As a lobbyist, she was concerned with the improvement of education, working conditions, and economic and professional status in nursing. She also worked to improve Social Security benefits and for the passage of the Medicare program.


Henry, English surgeon, 1820-1904. See: Thompson test.

Thompson, chiropractic technique in which the thrusts are applied primarily to the pelvis to adjust dysfunction. Often the complaints are related to discrepancies in the length of the patient's legs.
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Paul Thompson was just one of the customers of the Ponteland-based crime gang headed by brothers Stephen and David Wood, who supplied Paul's brother Brian Thompson.
HOW IT IS: Blaze coach Paul Thompson gets his message across in training at the Skydome.
PKF partner Paul Thompson (left) with Keith Lowe, managing director of The Career Engineer and Susheel Gupta of law firm Higgs & Sons
Roxy Music, from left: Paul Thompson, Phil Manzanera, Bryan Ferry and Andrew Mackay
Corporate finance partner Paul Thompson, director Jat Narjan and guest speaker Peter Smith, chairman and chief executive of the Nasmyth Group, gave insights at the event at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull.
Paul Thompson was arrested and held as the police launched a large-scale operation to crack a cocaine empire.
Paul Thompson, director and auctioneer at Pugh & Co said: "Over the last 12 months we have seen a notable increase in investor activity, with some really competitive bidding in the auction room.
Paul Thompson put the disappointment of the previous night's loss to one side and shook up the lines, moving the younger talent around the team.
She had stood trial alongside her husband, former Detective Sergeant Paul Thompson, who was convicted of possessing cocaine and making checks on the police computer.