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Ush·er

(ŭsh'ĕr),
Charles Howard, English ophthalmologist, 1865-1942. See: Usher syndrome.

Ush·er

(ŭsh'ĕr),
Barney D., Canadian dermatologist, 1899-1978. See: Senear-Usher disease, Senear-Usher syndrome.
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Puede consultarse la revision de Taylor, Ussher y Faulkner (2007) para una presentacion pormenorizada de los resultados de dicha linea de investigacion.
According to Ussher, severe cases of monthly moodiness are more common among women in their mid-30s or older with multiple responsibilities, women with relationship difficulties, or whose partners provide little understanding and support.
Con todo lo inocente, pintoresca o rudimentaria que nos pueda parecer la intentona de Ussher, la pregunta que planteaba y que intento responder con los recursos y el entendimiento que tenia a la mano, es una incognita que nos persigue hasta nuestros dias.
Ussher, one of several cabinet ministers to resign in recent weeks, denied she had done anything wrong, but said she had decided to leave the government to avoid causing embarrassment to Gordon Brown, Britain's prime minister.
Ms Ussher had actually lived at the property for five years before she became an MP in 2005 but soon contacted the Commons Fees Office about the proposed work.
Grafton Base Hospital members supported colleagues and prison officers from Grafton Correctional Centre protesting the privatisation of prisons at the Stop the Cell Off rally last month: (left to right) Beverly Thomson RN, Helen Packwood Justice Health DON, Maree Dickson RN, Kassandra Packwood RN, Edith Ussher RN and Lee Green RN.
And after crossing the finish line at Al Ain's Al Jahili Fort to claim the event's $40,000 prize, captain Richard Ussher admitted he was already thinking about going for the hat-trick next year.
This misconception is probably due to Bishop [James] Ussher's chronology, developed in the 1600s.
LONDON: The publication at end June 2008 of a detailed "Impact Assessment of Sukuk (Islamic Bonds) Legislation" in the UK and the confirmation by Kitty Ussher, the economic secretary to the Treasury and City minister, that she was hopeful that it would be possible to issue a debut UK sovereign sukuk sometime during 2009, and that the Treasury's Debt Management Office was working toward this possibility, has raised expectations that the UK might well be a growing market for corporate Sukuk originations over the next few years.
In the late 1620s William Laud communicated with James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh and effective primate of Ireland, about recovering Irish impropriations.
Kitty Ussher, Economic Secretary to HM Treasury, HE Rasheed M.
James Ussher and John Bramhall: The Theology and Politics of Two Irish Ecclesiastics of the Seventeenth Century.