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King

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Imogene M. Nursing educator, administrator, researcher, and practitioner. She developed a conceptual framework for nursing at a time when nursing was striving for status as a science and for recognition as a legitimate profession. From her conceptual system, a theory of goal attainment was derived, within which she developed a transaction process model that makes her theory a middle range theory. Her ideas have been tested in research and used by practitioners and educators. Several other theories have been derived from her conceptual system.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

King

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Earl J., Canadian biochemist, 1901-1962. See: King unit, King-Armstrong unit.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
A regional term for cocaine
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
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So he let De Vac assume to his mind's eye the person of the hated De Montfort, and it followed that De Vac was nearly surprised into an early and mortifying defeat by the King's sudden and clever attack.
For this fell purpose he had backed the astounded De Vac twice around the hall when, with a clever feint, and backward step, the master of fence drew the King into the position he wanted him, and with the suddenness of lightning, a little twist of his foil sent Henry's weapon clanging across the floor of the armory.
The king overheard these words and turned around with tears in his eyes.
The twelve huntsmen always followed the king to the chase, and his liking for them continually increased.
There was nothing, then, for the King to do but wait.
I looked round to see who it was, then fell upon the ground in salutation, for before me was Unandi, mother of the king, who was named "Mother of the Heavens," that same lady to whom my mother had refused the milk.
"Ho" is a royal way of saying, "Come here." So, when the guards had hoed, the King said to them:
The king was short of stature -- he was scarcely five feet two inches: but his youth made up for this defect, set off likewise by great nobleness in all his movements, and by considerable address in all bodily exercises.
The king, seeing him, called him, made him sit by his side, and showed him every mark of honour.
Ring was now in far greater esteem with the King than before, and Red was all the more discontented.
"Come hither, Tepus," said the King to his bow-bearer.
"I was good enough to remark that it was you who stopped the king's progress, so that he might taste the vin de Brie .