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gurney

 [ger´ne]
a wheeled cot used in hospitals.

gur·ney

(gŭr'nē),
A stretcher or cot with wheels used to transport patients.
[Sir Goldsworthy Gurney, British physician and inventor, 1793-1875]

gurney

Nursing A wheeled cot or stretcher for transporting Pts in emergency care, in surgery or used to restrain a prisoner before a lethal injection

gur·ney

(gŭr'nē)
A stretcher or cot with wheels used to transport hospital patients.
[Goldsworthy Gurney, British physician and inventor, 1793-1875]
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Gurney goes to post in Hamilton as an 11-1 poke and that looks fair enough given how kind the draw has been to him.
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I am grateful to the Club for understanding and for showing faith in me by giving me a deal until the end of 2020," ESPN Cricinfo quoted Gurney, as saying.
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Upon his retirement, South Leicestershire MP Alberto Costa sent Mr Gurney a letter saying many constituents had told him about his "outstanding commitment to both parents and children in ensuring their safe crossing".
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Dr Gurney explained that the aim was to see if artificial intelligence could replicate the decisions of three optometrists working in a specialist clinic.
Gurney, who won four grands prix and began the tradition of celebrating a victory by spraying champagne, passed away on Sunday aged 86.