A physician so non-conformist in his *pproach to the use of medicine, and out'
poken to patients not unnaturally he himself remained slim. ... the beginning of
his teaching years in the Patna Medical College and, later on retirement from
Government service, as a medical practitioner. The legend that has been handed
down by his colleagues wedded to modern traditions, and carried on by former
Includes section "Reviews and notices of books".
Q: So what you're telling us, sir, is that the only reason that the double ball joint
mirror was put on the dash in 1957 cars was ... In any event, legend has it he was
not too thrilled with Tagg's safety record and when he retired he had testified in at
Author: Robert L. Habush
Learn how to undermine an expert's testimony by showing bias, lack of qualification, inconsistency with prior statements, etc., how to use a witness to prove your case and how to control a hostile witness. Cross examinations are contributed by Richard Caulfield, Ronald Krist, Paul Luvera, Robert Ely, Richard Sommer, Scott Baldwin, Fred Peters, Bruce Walkup, Frank Raichle, Stanley Preiser, Adrian Schoone, Joseph L. Young and Leonard Decof.
To escape persecution for his Christian commitments and to minister to the sick
he retired to a mountain cave , where he could pray undisturbed and whither
multitudes of ill and injured humans and animals flocked to be cured . Legend
has it ...
Includes the Association's membership rosters.
According to legend, at least eight men have died mysteriously in their quest for
the Lost Dutchman. But don't let this ... The Banner Baywood Medical Center is a
336-bed facility, a 14-mile drive from Apache Junction. Apache Junction ...
Author: John Howells
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Where to Retire offers the best advice not only on where to relocate in the retirement years, but why people should pick up and move just as life is settling down. Retirement guru John Howells provides well-researched and completely revised and updated information on how to find the ideal home base for the retirement years. To help the decision-making process, the author offers a list of items to consider when selecting the ideal community: safety; climate; housing availability; cultural and recreation opportunities in the area; social compatibility; affordability; medical care; distance from relatives and friends; transportation; and jobs and/or volunteer opportunities. Howells gives readers clear snapshots of life in hundreds of the most affordable, comfortable, and stimulating places to retire in the United States, including locations in Florida, California, the Pacific Northwest, the Gulf Coast, the Ozarks, the Appalachians, the Southwest, and the Rockies. This guide tells not how to retire, but where readers can retire happily.