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Stimson

 [stim´son]
Julia C. (1881–1948). As superintendent of the Army Nurse Corps, the first woman to receive the rank of major in the United States Army. She succeeded Annie W. goodrich as dean of the Army School of Nursing and later served as president of the American Nurses Association.
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A century later, we're still struggling with the horrors Stimson describes.
In 2001 High Court judges barred the Stimson brothers from contacting EMI Records, the singer's business IE: Music and solicitors' firm Harbottle and Lewis.
Stimson, of Woodston, Peterborough, yesterday admitted abusive calls to the law firm since.
The US President Barack Obama's administration failed to implement reforms regarding the controversial drone policy to make it more transparent, accountable and consistent with national security interests, according to a report by the US think tank Stimson Center published Tuesday.
Since Stimson provided no citation or authority for these standards, the court did not adopt his reasoning.
This new website is designed to serve a new generation of young analysts in India and Pakistan to enable them to find common ground and communicate directly with each other on security issues that now divide their nations," the Stimson President and CEO, Ellen Laipson, said.
Ms Vernon was hoisted from his 38ft yacht Jonetsu by a rescue helicopter, but US coastguards are still still searching for Mr Stimson.
Mr Stimson, was sailing from Japan to England with his fiancee Laura Vernon when tragedy struck.
Mr Stimson, who was born in Sussex, worked as the Asian director of David Austin Roses in Japan for the past three years.
Blackfoot artist Adrian Stimson premiered Holding Our Breath, an exhibition based on his first-hand experiences and observations at a military base in Afghanistan, at the Grunt Gallery in Vancouver Jan.
Graham Westley, now with Preston, has agreed to manage the team for 45 minutes and chairman Phil Wallace wants Mark Stimson, the manager who brought Cole to the club, to also be involved.
Driving a northbound white van, Douglas Lee Price, 46, of Junction City, failed to obey a traffic signal and collided with a westbound 1996 red Geo Tracker driven by Gary Wayne Stimson, 65, of Eugene, police said.