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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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Their preliminary research claimed that the image was derived from a wood-engraved illustration found in a biography of Zachary Taylor titled The Life of General Taylor.
If Zachary Taylor had been serious in his overtures, he should have dispatched an emissary to Deseret as soon as he sent T.
Zachary Taylor at Palo Alto (May 8, 1846) and Resaca de la Palma (May 9), where he was brevetted 1st lieutenant; transferred to Gen.
Born in Locke, New York, Fillmore was first a lawyer in Buffalo, was elected to the state legislature, served several terms in Congress, and was elected Vice President on the ticket with Zachary Taylor in 1848.
Polk 1845-1849 Zachary Taylor 1949-1850 Millard Fillmore 1850-1853 Franklin Pierce 1853-1857 James Buchanan 1857-1861 Abraham Lincoln 1861-1865 Andrew Johnson 1865-1869 Ulysses S.
Harrison would die just 31 days after his inauguration and another president to take office in his 60s, Zachary Taylor, also passed away before completing his full term.
On how antislavery and proslavery members of the Whig "Young Indians" group could unite on Zachary Taylor as an 1848 Whig presidential candidate, she can only suggest that Abraham Lincoln "probably used his powers of persuasion at the dinner table" to smooth over sectional differences since no evidence reports what was said in these discussions (61).
Don McMinn and Zachary Taylor, both vice presidents investments in Marcus & Millichap s Atlanta office, represented the seller, a Tennessee-based developer.
In 1850, the 12th president of the United States, Zachary Taylor, died after serving only 16 months of his term.
Polk (1845-49) and Zachary Taylor (1849-50), also developed intestinal disease while in the White House; Taylor died from it after 16 months in office.
When President Zachary Taylor dies, suddenly and under questionable circumstances, it is left to his Vice President, Millard Fillmore, a weaker man, to find ways to keep the North and the South apart.
Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, Rutherford Hayes, Zachary Taylor, Bill Clinton, Martin Van Buren, Andrew Jackson and George W.