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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.
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Although the rough cotton weave of the Winedale comforter perhaps marks it as a more homely object than the Winterthur chintz quilt, both artifacts work in similar ways to articulate the heroics of General Zachary Taylor during the Mexican War.
Henshaw on the other hand was present at almost every major event from start to finish serving under the war's two principal generals Zachary Taylor and Winfield Scott.
Team Hell Hounds, HHC, USAIC, Fort Huachuca, Arizona from left to right: SPC Zachary Taylor, SSG Charles Dybo, SFC David Schreiner, SGT Austin Thomas, and SSG RJ Niesen.
General Zachary Taylor's 6,200 men took advantage of cover and maneuver to defeat a force of over 7,000 regulars, cavalry, and militia.
Chester Arthur 13.4, Zachary Taylor 13.3, Theodore Roosevelt 13.0
It's all about "Liz Taylor," local speak for Fort Zachary Taylor Beach; the moniker alone proves the positive permeation of pink-think on the place.
Las dramaticas recreaciones a todo color de las batallas clave de la guerra se basan en notas y memorias de los combatientes de ambos lados: Zachary Taylor, Winfield Scott, el legendario general mexicano Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, y muchos otos.
William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, and Milllard Fillmore
The list of horse-loving presidents includes George Washington, John Adams, Andrew Jackson, John Tyler, James Polk, Zachary Taylor, Rutherford B.
22 and 23, BG Zachary Taylor defeats a much larger Mexican force at Buena Vista, Mexico.
"Millard Fillmore completed the term of Zachary Taylor," he said.
Crockett's opposition presidents are William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Bill Clinton.