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Tay·lor

(tā'lŏr),
Robert W., U.S. dermatologist, 1842-1908. See: Taylor disease.

Tay·lor

(tā'lŏr),
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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