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Thompson

 [tomp´son]
Julia (1907–1972). First full-time Washington lobbyist for the American Nurses' Association. As a lobbyist, she was concerned with the improvement of education, working conditions, and economic and professional status in nursing. She also worked to improve Social Security benefits and for the passage of the Medicare program.
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Thomp·son

(tomp'sŏn),
Henry, English surgeon, 1820-1904. See: Thompson test.
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The other eight are: Mary Brown, Kim Warwick, Sharon Thompson, Emma Routledge, Amanda Wilson, Iris Green, Veronica Gambetti and Stuart Bulman.