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Robert W., U.S. dermatologist, 1842-1908. See: Taylor disease.


Charles F., U.S. orthopedic surgeon, 1827-1899. See: Taylor back brace, Taylor apparatus, Taylor splint.

Taylor, Effie J.

Etymology: 1874-1970
a Canadian-born American nurse who was graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. After graduation she continued at Johns Hopkins at the Phipps Psychiatric Institute, served as a nurse in World War I, and went to Yale University School of Nursing in 1923, succeeding Annie Goodrich as dean in 1934. She served as president of the International Council of Nurses during World War II.
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Taylor, who began his 20-year career in the restaurant business as a dishwasher, presented a business plan for his restaurant, got the green light, and work began.
They work to recoup education costs and strengthen family finances, Rende Taylor says.
In 2000, Taylor was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award, by President Bill Clinton, for whom he delivered the sermon for the Inaugural Prayer Service in 1993.
Beyond her familial connection to Richard Furman (she was a grandchild of the noted Baptist minister), Taylor did not lead a life that would place her into the annals of history.
Along with Court & Spark's other guitarist Scott Hirsch and drummer James Kim, Taylor played in the experimental hardcore band Ex-Ignota while attending UC Santa Barbara.
In fact, Taylor seized power by force in 1989 and was elected president in 1997 in an election observers charged was fraudulent.
Garvey strove to keep her husband's ideas alive, notably through her Garvey and Garveyism, on which Taylor has leaned heavily.
Taylor Recycling and FERCO have been actively marketing the process, and the initial interest is starting to take a tangible form, according to Kacandes and Taylor.
From his analysis of A Game at Chess, Augustine's The City of God, and other texts, Taylor surmises that castration functions as a third term among supposed binary oppositions.
Working for Paul O'Neill, perhaps the least interventionist Treasury Secretary in history, Taylor often found himself isolated from his own team.
The idea of a signature guitar is not a new one for Bob Taylor, who has built a respected company that sells to novices and music stars alike.
Few dancers Seem so naturally born to embody a single choreographer's style of dancing as does Patrick Corbin of the Paul Taylor Dance Company.