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Wald

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Lillian (1867–1940). American nurse; founder of the Henry Street Settlement in the Lower East Side of New York City, one of the first nonsectarian visiting nurse services in the world.
Lillian Wald. Courtesy Visiting Nurse Service of New York.
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Wald agrees: "There tends to be this hyperfocus on the startup culture and not just in Lebanon.
Wald was speaking at an event organized by the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center to discuss her book.
The bank notified the Walds in December that they were in default of the loan.
The date for WALD signifies the day in 1973 when Arabic became the sixth official language of the UN.
Wald, should prompt a shift in thinking about antibiotic strategy for AOM.
Head games: Wald's biggest challenge is staying calm.
Furthermore, the values of the Wald tests, namely those obtained with the dynamic GMM estimates, indicate that PRIVDEBT is relevant to explaining the evolution of economic growth, not only in the previous year (in t-1) but also jointly in t-1 and t-2.
Any persons having knowledge bearing upon Wald's fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact William Mulligan, Bar Counsel, The Florida Bar, Suite M-100, 444 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131, phone 305-377-4445.
Com relacao a pesquisa de Wald e Taylor (2003), foram considerados apenas os dados do Estudo 2, porque os do Estudo 1 foram tabulados ao se considerar a publicacao anterior do mesmo feita por Wald e Taylor (2000).
This book examines the right story to tell--one of, in author Gayle Wald's words, "a fragile alliance of liberal and radical interests, both public and private"--and, thankfully, arrives at the right place (p.
Abraham Wald said it was also exactly the wrong reaction to the data.
Wald applies the ideas of historians on the long-term rise and decline of civilizations and nations to the Jewish people in an effort to project the future of Jewish people and Judaism.