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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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The airport site of Taylors Market, a 56-year-old specialty gourmet grocery store in Land Park, will flaunt the Americas Farm-to-Fork Capital theme of Sacramento, delivering locally produced food products.
John Walker, defending, characterised the claims of certification as "over ambitious" and told the court that although Taylors Builders Limited did not hold certifications itself, the company subcontracted specialist jobs to certified professionals.
Chris Mitchell, director at Taylors, said: "The value of loans being made on commercial properties increased by over PS15bn last year, the highest level of new lending since 2008.
In the financial year ended 31 March 2015, Taylors reported annual revenue of GBP1.
Taylors Sky, who enjoyed a meteoric rise to the top to a set a new track record in the 2011 Derby final at Plough Lane on only his eighth track appearance in this country, subsequently landed the PS10,000 Ladbrokes Gold Cup (480m, Monmore) and PS15,000 Primus Telecom Derby (460m, Henlow) in his first season.
If you are interested in renting or letting, or require any local property market and financial services advice, contact your nearest Taylors office.
Taylors Eayre and Smith Ltd, which makes and installs a range of bells, cast the country's largest bell for St Paul's Cathedral in London in 1881.
The Taylors provoked controversies--one of the more spectacular being their initial welcoming and support for Marion Mahony and Walter Burley Griffin, and then their dramatic falling out between 1914 and 1915.
TAYLORS, SC Eugene Lawrence Poulin, 69, of Taylors, South Carolina died Sunday, May 25, 2008.
The excellent relationship between Linc Printing Technologies and Taylors of Harrogate--manufacturers of the much loved Yorkshire Tea brand-has been underlined by the installation of two new Linc 500SL laser cdders to servcie new production lines at the company's Harrogate production facility.
The Taylors did not recognize the intruders, but police speculate that the Taylors were specifically targeted.
Some of the specific FuelStretch tips the Taylors employed on their journey included avoiding idling and higher speeds, minimizing vehicle drag, and performing regular vehicle maintenance.