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Ross

(ros),
George W., Canadian physician, 1841-1931. See: Ross-Jones test.

Ross

(ros),
Donald N., 20th-century British cardiac surgeon; introduced aortic valve replacement using a pulmonic valve autograft. See: Ross procedure.

Ross

(ros),
Ronald, English physician and Nobel laureate, 1857-1932. See: Ross cycle.
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Colonel Ross still wore an expression which showed the poor opinion which he had formed of my companion's ability, but I saw by the Inspector's face that his attention had been keenly aroused.
Colonel Ross met us by appointment outside the station, and we drove in his drag to the course beyond the town.
We had the corner of a Pullman car to ourselves that evening as we whirled back to London, and I fancy that the journey was a short one to Colonel Ross as well as to myself, as we listened to our companion's narrative of the events which had occurred at the Dartmoor training-stables upon the Monday night, and the means by which he had unravelled them.
You must know, with your wide experience of turf matters, Colonel Ross, that it is possible to make a slight nick upon the tendons of a horse's ham, and to do it subcutaneously, so as to leave absolutely no trace.
Ross, who is autistic, lives in Larbert and comes into Stirling every week with his father Jim to travel around the city on the Landtrain run by Go Forth Stirling Business Improvement District.
Prior to the Beermen's game against Alaska, Ross averaged nearly 40 minutes a game so it was an odd sight when the 6-foot-2 point guard sat most of the match against the Aces.
This wasn't so in the case of Sir Charles Ross. Over his lifetime he proved to be a savvy executive and businessman, a soldier, accomplished sportsman and a prolific inventor of everything from ship propellers to hydro-electric generators.
Ross, who had to evacuate with his family last week when the fire broke out, spending the night in their car because nearby hotels were booked up, has been busy lately.
His dad, also Ross, called me in when Smyths toys wouldn't give him a new racing car, blaming wear and tear.
Google called Ross "a pioneer who reached for the stars and whose legacy continues to inspire others to do the same." Ross was born on Aug. 9, 1908, in Park Hill, Oklahoma, and died on April 29, 2008, in Los Altos, California. 
New York [USA], July 3 ( ANI ): Investigative journalists Brian Ross and Rhonda Schwartz announced their decision to quit ABC News.
I always say, 'Thanks to Miss Ross, I now have hair.'