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Medical Society

Medical and Chirurgical Society of London Westminster Medical Society Ulster Medical Society Royal Medical Society Medical Society of Edinburgh Medical Society of London Bute Medical Society

                                               

Masterson

Masterson may refer to: Places: The Masterson Institute For Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, New York City Masterson Mill Lake Dam, dam, Lawrence County, Alabama 34°32′42″N 87°16′12″W Masterson Mill, community, Lawrence County, Alabama 34°32′19″N 87 ...

                                               

Relational

Relational goods, goods that cannot be enjoyed alone Relational contract, a contract whose effect is based upon a relationship of trust between the parties Relational capital, the value inherent in a companys relationships with its customers, ven ...

                                               

Dry (surname)

Dry is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Claud Dry, co-founder of Midget Motors Corporation Stuart Dry, Australian slalom canoeist Corne Dry born 1993, South African cricketer Tim Dry born 1952, English actor F. A. Dry born 1931 ...

                                               

Angus Campbell

Angus Campbell may refer to: Angus Campbell psychologist 1910 – 1980, American social psychologist Frank Hoy died 2005, who wrestled under various names including Angus Campbell Angus Campbell general, Australian general Angus Campbell, member of ...

                                               

Melissa Thomasson

Melissa A. Thomasson is an American economist. She is the Julian Lange Professor of Economics at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where she has also been the Chair of the Department of Economics. She studies economic history, focusing on the evo ...

                                               

Robert Bradley

Robert or Bob Bradley may refer to: Bob Bradley footballer 1924–1999, Australian rules footballer Robert Bradley psychologist born 1946, American psychologist J. Robert Bradley 1919–2007, American gospel singer Robert B. Bradley, Florida State Un ...

                                               

So Amazing

So Amazing may refer to: Songs "So Amazing", from the 2006 album What About Us by Livin Out Loud, a tribute to the victims of Hurricane Katrina "So Amazing", from the 2000 compilation album The Ballad Collection "So Amazing", from the 2006 album ...

                                               

China Rehabilitation Research Center

The research center were established in 1988. Located on facilities with construction area of 120.000 square meters. Part of the research center are Beijing Boai Hospital, School of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rehabilitation Basic Medicine Research ...

                                               

St. Johns Hospital

St. Johns Hospital, or St. Johns Medical Center, or similar, may refer to: China St. John Hospital Hong Kong India St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore, India Ireland St. Johns Hospital Sligo, County Sligo, Ireland St. Johns Hospital Enniscorthy, ...

                                               

Beaumont Hospital

Beaumont Hospital may refer to: Beaumont Hospital, Dublin an 820-bed public hospital in the Republic of Ireland, founded in 1987 Beaumont Health, a not-for-profit operator of hospitals in southeast Michigan William Beaumont Army Medical Center a ...

                                               

Stroke (disambiguation)

The Strokes, a rock band "The Stroke", a 1981 song by Billy Squier Stroke 9, a rock band Stroke journal, a cardiology journal "Stroke", a 2019 song by Banks from the album III

                                               

AAPS

AAPS may refer to: American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Anglo-Australian Planet Search, an astronomical survey by the Anglo-Australian Observatory Ann Arbor Public Schools, a public school district in Ann Arbor, Michigan Association ...

                                               

DMAC

Donovan McNabb born 1976, a quarterback for the Washington Redskins, formally of the Philadelphia Eagles Darren McFadden born 1987, a running back formerly of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks and currently with the Oakland Raiders Darryl McD ...

                                               

Aurelia

Aurelia, a hypothetical Earth-sized planet orbiting a red dwarf star Aurelia, synonym for chrysalis Aurelia crater, a crater on Venus Aurelia genus, genus of jellyfish in the family Ulmaridae 419 Aurelia, an asteroid

                                               

Mount Sinai (disambiguation)

Mount Sinai is a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt. Mount Sinai may also refer to: Biblical Mount Sinai, where, according to the Bible, God gave Moses the Ten Commandments

                                               

QHS

A post-nominal used by an Honorary Surgeon to The Queen as member of the Medical Household q.h.s. or qhs, Latin for "every night at bedtime", an abbreviation used in medical prescriptions

                                               

Pollur Mutthuswamy Raman

Second Lieutenant Pollur Mutthuswamy Raman, AC was an Indian Army officer who was posthumously awarded Indias highest peace time military decoration Ashoka Chakra for his gallant act in Nagaland.

                                               

McLaren (disambiguation)

McLaren is a Formula One racing team, part of the McLaren Group. McLaren or MacLaren may also refer to: Clan MacLaren, a Scottish clan McLaren surname MacLaren surname

                                               

MMS

Network communication protocols Manufacturing Message Specification for real time process data Microsoft Media Server, a content-streaming protocol mms:// Multimedia Messaging Service for mobile phones Other Massachusetts Medical Society Magnetos ...

                                               

To Award (Posthumously)

The film takes place in the winter of 1945. The film tells about the front-line intelligence officer Yuri Sosnin, who ended up in the hospital as a result of shell shock. The authorities believed that he was dead and decided to reward him posthum ...

                                               

I Shall Never Forget

Nurse Polina is trying to save the life of a soldier Fedor and for this she has to sacrifice her blood. They are sent to the hospital. Time passes and he calls Polina his wife and goes to the front, gets captured, participates in battles in Franc ...

                                               

Refresher training

Refresher training is an aspect of retraining taken by a person already qualified or previously assessed as competent in a field with the intention of updating skills and/or knowledge to a changed standard, or providing the opportunity to ensure ...

                                               

Helen Gregory (medical missionary)

Helen Gregory was a Scottish medical missionary who worked in India for more than 17 years. She was portrayed as a first-rate solicitous medic.

                                               

Mark Porter

Mark Porter may refer to: Mark Porter general practitioner born 1962, British television and radio presenter, and GP Mark Porter writer born 1960, Scottish based travel writer and publisher Mark Porter designer born 1960, British publication art ...

                                               

EOI

Export-oriented industrialization Expression of interest Evidence of Insurability, also known as Medical underwriting Economic Opportunity Institute, an American public policy think tank

                                               

SSIM (disambiguation)

Standard Schedules Information Manual in aviation South Sudan Independence Movement Saturated structured illumination microscopy Structural similarity in image processing

                                               

BRA

BRA Braathens Regional Airlines Boston Redevelopment Authority, an American planning agency Brå, Brottsforebyggande rådet, the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention BRA Transportes Aereos, a former Brazilian airline British Records Associ ...

                                               

Pathway

Pathways band, an American progressive metalcore band Pathway comics, a superhero featured in Marvel comics Pathway album, by the Flaming Stars The Pathway, a 2001 album by Officium Triste Pathways album 2010, by the Dave Holland Octet

                                               

Fliess

Tegeler FlieS, a creek or river in Brandenburg, Germany Schweinitzer FlieS, a creek or river in Brandenburg, Germany Sydower FlieS, a municipality in Brandenburg, Germany Fliess Bay, a bay in Joinville island off the Palmer Peninsula of Antarctic ...

                                               

City of Fantasy

City of Fantasy Chinas first original urban fantasy unit drama co-created by crying film and television and produced by Youku. Directed by Heng Liang and Limbo, starring Huang Jue, Nan Sheng, and Li Xian

                                               

Åse

Åse Klundelien, a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party Agnetha Faltskog, born Åse Agneta Faltskog, a Swedish singer, songwriter, musician and actress, best known as a member of ABBA Åse Kleveland, a Swedish-Norwegian singer and politician Ås ...

                                               

Roos (disambiguation)

Roos can be a Dutch female given name, meaning "Rose" or being short for "Rosemarijn" Rosemary Roos Vonk b. 1960, Dutch psychologist and columnist Roos Vermeij b. 1968, Dutch politician Roos Hoogeboom b. 1982, Dutch racing cyclist Roos Drost b. 1 ...

                                               

Henry Kaye

Harry Kay footballer in 1911 FA Charity Shield, played for Swindon Henry Kaye cricketer on List of Middlesex CCC first-class cricketers Harry Kaye, footballer Henry Kay, Hampshire cricketer

                                               

Sibyle Veil

Sibyle Petitjean was born on September 26, 1977 in Langres. Her father is an engineer and her mother is a psychologist. She spent a large part of her youth in Dijon. In 2006, she married Sebastien Veil, grandson of Simone Veil. She is a graduate ...

                                               

Multicultural counseling

Multicultural counseling is a type of counseling where the therapist addresses the struggles of a client whos race, gender, socioeconomic background, religion, or any other part of their identity doesnt fit in with the majority. Minorities have a ...

                                               

Wera

Wera may refer to: People Wera Engels, German actress Julie Wera 1902–1975, Major League Baseball third baseman Wera Hobhouse, British politician Wera Sæther born 1945, Norwegian psychologist, poet, novelist, essayist, writer of books for youth a ...

                                               

Nevis (disambiguation)

Nevis, Minnesota, small town in the US River Nevis, a river near Ben Nevis in Scotland Glen Nevis, a glen in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland Nevis, Iran, a village in Qom Province Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, located in Scot ...

                                               

Max Taylor

Maxwell D. Taylor 1901–1987, United States Army general and diplomat Max Taylor psychologist, Irish/UK psychologist Max Taylor, evening news anchor from 1987 to 1988 on WTWC-TV Max Taylor, bassist for Clor

                                               

Robin Wilson

Robin Wilson may refer to: R. N. D. Wilson 1899–1953, Irish poet Robin Wilson psychologist, Canadian-American psychologist Robin Wilson mathematician born 1943, head of pure mathematics at the Open University, UK Robin Wilson eco-designer born 19 ...

                                               

Daniel OLeary

Daniel OLeary may refer to: Daniel OLeary Irish nationalist politician 1875–1954, Irish Parliamentary Party MP for West Cork 1916–18 Dan OLeary American football born 1977, American football player Dan OLeary, baseball player Daniel Florence OLea ...

                                               

William Ryan

William Ryan may refer to: William Ryan psychologist c. 1924–2002, author of the 1971 book Blaming the Victim William B. Ryan 1908-1975, American politician, lawyer, and judge William Ryan film director, director of Reach the Rock and Flubber Wil ...

                                               

Marshmallow (disambiguation)

"Marshmallow", a song by IU from IU.IM Marshmallows album 1996, an album by The For Carnation "Marshmallow World" 1949, a popular Christmas song

                                               

Smail (disambiguation)

Smail is a mail transfer agent used on Unix-like operating systems. Smail may also refer to: Snail mail, a disparaging retronym referring to missives carried by conventional postal delivery services Robert Smails Printing Works, a Victorian-era l ...

                                               

Tony Hill

Tony Hill may refer to: Tony Hill politician born 1957, American politician from Florida Tony Hill boxer born 1986, British boxer Dr. Tony Hill, fictional psychologist in the TV show Wire in the Blood Tony Hill wide receiver born 1956, American f ...

                                               

John Broughton (disambiguation)

John Broughton is an Australian astronomer. John Broughton or Jack Broughton may also refer to: John Broughton, author of Wikipedia – The Missing Manual John Broughton cricketer 1873–1952, English cricketer Jack Broughton 1703 or 1704–1789, Engli ...

                                               

Thomas Webb

Thomas Webb may refer to: Thomas Webb Australian judge 1845–1916, lawyer and Supreme Court of Victoria judge Thomas Webb glassmaker 1804–1869, founder of Thomas Webb & Sons Thomas Llewelyn Webb 1978-, British social psychologist Tom Webb born 198 ...

                                               

Fulani (disambiguation)

Fulani may refer to: Yasir Al-Fulani, a character from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare pertaining to the Fulani Empire pertaining to the Fulani War Ethnic group and language Hausa-Fulani, a larger grouping which the Fulani belong to Fula people au ...

                                               

SFT

Submerged floating tunnel, a proposed design for a tunnel that floats in water Students for a Free Tibet, a non-profit organization advocating Tibetan independence Schema therapy or schema focused therapy Structural Family Therapy, a type of psyc ...

                                               

Motru (disambiguation)

Motru may refer to: In geography: Motru, a city in Gorj County, Romania Gura Motrului, village in commune Butoiești, Mehedinți County, Romania Motru river, a tributary of the Jiu in the Southwest of Romania In history: Amutria, ancient Dacian tow ...