Van Rensselaer

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[van ren′səlir]
(1840-1912), an American socialite who entered the first class of the Bellevue Hospital Training School for Nurses in New York. She designed the first nurses' uniform, a blue and white seersucker dress with collar and cuffs, apron, and cap. She succeeded Sister Helen as superintendent of Bellevue and later joined the Sisters of Charity, for whom she established a mission in Nassau, N.Y. She organized the Seton Hospital for Tuberculosis in New York.
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74) Both Aldo Leopold and Van Rensselaer Potter recognized,
The second by Van Rensselaer, Smyth's superior, was designed to draw British forces away from Fort George.
This beautifully produced scholarly work (published on coated stock with numerous full-page color plates and smaller b&w illustrations) explores the life and times of van Rensselaer (1586-1643).
Adam Vrooman, born in Van Rensselaer Manor, New York, was a Sergeant in Butler's Rangers who claimed he brought "into this Province a number of men to have entitled him to a commission" although he was never promoted.
El primero asienta su posicion en el fundador del neologismo, Van Rensselaer Potter.
6) Jeremias Van Rensselaer, Killian Van Rensselaer's son, purchased many slaves but in one instance exchanged one slave "because I found he was even more refractory and a useless dirty beast.
We're trying to make life easy for publishers," says Van Rensselaer, who bluntly advises publishers "not to do deals with third parties, where the economics cannot be sustained over time.
Pero es a principios de la decada de los 70, cuando de manera independiente y sin conocer estos antecedentes, Van Rensselaer Potter uso el neologismo en dos publicaciones que proyectan la bioetica al escenario internacional.
Mancini also provides an important account of the opposition between, on the one hand, such market-oriented and populist approaches, and, on the other, the more exclusive culture espoused by critics like Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer and Clarence Chatham Cook, who contributed to the emergence of an art world made up of trained experts.
Ironically indeed, it was the latest head of the family, Stephen Van Rensselaer III, who, after earning the title of 'The Good Patroon', because of his benevolent attitude towards his tenants, was, inadvertently, after his death on 26 January 1839 to provoke the revolt.
Schuyler Van Rensselaer, "Midsummer in New York," Century Magazine 62, no.
Van Rensselaer Potter, who died 6 September 2001, was the first and foremost bioethicist.