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Word: nurse

Definition: suckle; take care of (as a nurse); bear in mind; Ex. nursing mother; Ex. nurse a hope/grudge against someone

Sentences Containing 'nurse'

"The District Nurse" was shown by TV2 in New Zealand.
'Why, from your old nurse,' he returned, taking some papers out of his breast pocket.
A cold, heartless tyrant, Nurse Ratched has become the stereotype of the nurse as a battleaxe.
A nurse practitioner may be required to hold a postgraduate degree.
A Republican, she is a registered nurse and a former small business owner.
A younger sister, Jane, became a registered nurse and served in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II.
About this time the nurse's cough was heard on the stairs and the woman entered the room with a cup in her hand.
Allen graduated from Ballarat University as a nurse at age 20.
And once she had really frightened her old nurse by shouting suddenly in her ear, 'Nurse!
But my little nurse ran to my relief, and took me out, after I had swallowed above a quart of cream.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice is a bimonthly peer-reviewed nursing journal for clinical nurse specialists.
Erica (Donna Mills), a nurse with feelings for Sam, struggles with doubts of marrying him.
For my own part, I may truly affirm, that I was less concerned than my nurse.
Founded in 1999, the Nurse Partner Group, including Nurse Partner and Doc Partner, is a recruitment and staffing agency focusing on health care.
Francine Rivers is the daughter of a police officer and a nurse.
He gives her the name and address of the nurse who signed her birth certificate.
He is told by the nurse at the STI that it is his duty to inform all those who he thinks would be affected.
Hughes is currently employed as a registered nurse in his hometown.
I could not bear to hear my old nurse so decried, and made the subject of such a wish.
I embraced him, took my weeping nurse upon my arm, and hurried away.
I felt the truth and constancy of my dear old nurse, with all my heart, and thanked her as well as I could.
If a subject is presented with a "target" word such as "doctor" and then a "prime" word such as "nurse", if the subject has a faster-than-usual response time to "nurse" then the experimenter may assume that word "nurse" in the brain had already been accessed when the word "doctor" was accessed.
If the staff nurse agrees to perform a duty she is accountable for her actions.
In 1921 Harvey married Anne Kane, an Irish nurse.
In Alaska, Taylor met Lavaun Berg of Basalt, Idaho, who was working as an army nurse.
In microbiology, a nurse cell is an infected cell in the disease trichinosis discovered by Dickson Despommier.
In the afternoon of the next day, my old nurse and I went down to Gravesend.
In the second level of care, a nurse is assigned up to two babies.
Jefferson describes her as the "cherished companion of his youth and the nurse of his old age".
McClanahan is a lifelong nurse and educator.
My little nurse stood on a low stool close to the table, to take care of me, and direct what I should do.
My nurse gave me a part of a straw, which I exercised as a pike, having learnt the art in my youth.
My old nurse was to go to London with me next day, on the business of the will.
Nurse Miller and Dr. Bill Platypus help X after he hurts one of his wings.
Nurse-to-patient ratios range from 2 nurses to 1 patient to 1 nurse to 3 patients.
She did so by working as a nurse in Castiglione and Mantua.
She finished her education as a nurse in 1995.
She has worked as a cardiac intensive care nurse, an emergency room nurse, a staff nurse, and a Chemotherapy and Oncology nurse.
She is a bossy, mannish, British nurse whom Greg never liked.
She retired from soccer in 2011 to pursue a career as a nurse.
She tried to replace the arm, but it moved with a frightful rigidity which could not deceive a sick nurse.
Soon everyone realises that, they are in love with the nurse (Saumini).
The epithelial cell found in the cortex of the Thymus is also called a "nurse cell."
The school maintains a clinic staffed by a licensed physician and a nurse.
This name was also a title for a wet nurse of royal prince, according to David Malo.
This was made possible because Andrew Hall was a doctor and his wife was a nurse.
To morrow, if you will, I will hear your narrative; but to day I wish to nurse you carefully.
You had the fortitude to regain the house, assisted by your nurse.
``Go to the assistance of Madame de Villefort,''he said to the nurse.
``Madame de Villefort is ill.''``But Mademoiselle de Villefort''stammered the nurse.

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