Cowboy

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A derogatory term used as either an adjective or a noun
adjective Referring to a doctor who performs surgery, but isn’t fully qualified and is thus known as a 'cowboy surgeon'
noun A doctor who performs a type of surgery—e.g., a hair transplant—with little experience for the procedure
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Ms Cowman said Ms Parry first mentioned DNP to her in a telephone call in late March to early April, and said she was using it for weight loss.
Professor Cowman said he hopes to see the discovery pave the way to new antimalarial drugs or vaccines for preventing malaria.
Reasons for pursuing the BSN are related to internal or intrinsic factors (Megginson, 2008), personal achievement or satisfaction (Delaney & Piscopo, 2004; Reilley, 2003), career advancement (Delaney & Piscopo; Reilley), the improvement of clinical judgment (Hughes, 2005; Joyce & Cowman, 2007), and increased knowledge (Hughes).
Furthermore, we compared the Trustees' perceptions with other leaders in the university, namely stratified random samples of senior administrators and tenured faculty reported in previously published data (Ferrari & Velcoff, 2006; Ferrari, Cowman, Milner, Gutierrez, & Drake, 2009).
"The farmer and cowman should be friends," the cast of Oklahoma!
David Cowman, one of the managers of the Aerolibre school, said: "He hung forward, his head was bowed and his arms were hanging straight down.
WOMEN AND WORK CULTURE: Britain, c.1850-1950, edited by Krista Cowman and Louise A.
An exponential evolution was proposed by Martin [10], while a polynomial development of the Huggins equation was introduced more recently by Matsuoka and Cowman [9].
The company's Agriculture division produces such titles as "Beef," "American Cowman," the Delta Farm Press regional farm magazines, and "National Hog Farmer," among others.
Cowman and Jackson (both in cultural studies, Leeds Metropolitan U., UK) introduce this cultural history approach that treats period media representations of working women as well as workplace issues in the context of changing values (such as early feminism) and needs (e.g., women entering the British Army).
In the present study, two student samples completed Ferrari and Cowman's (2004) 22-item DePaul Values Inventory, the only known self-report measure of institutional values and mission perceptions.