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use "pediatrician" in a sentence

During this time, Allport married Ada Lufkin Gould, who was a clinical psychologist, and they had one child, a boy, who later became a pediatrician.

The Dr. Robert B. Morrison Nursing Scholarship This scholarship was established in 2007 by Mrs. Morrison in honor of her husband, long time Zanesville
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The University is known for its beautifully landscaped, pedestrian-friendly campus that is situated on acres (0 km 2 ) and surrounded by historic neighborhoods.

Valley Street would become a two-way, pedestrian friendly road.

After almost 100 years the station got platform canopies and passenger operated lifts linked by a pedestrian underpass.

Other claimants The first propeller-driven aircraft to set a speed record was the 1903 wright Flyer which managed a pedestrian km/h ( ) during its first flight.

The spaces for the parking stations have mostly been freed from car or motor-cycle parking spaces, with a small percentage of stations being placed on large pedestrian areas.

Current highway works include pedestrian walkways over the highway, an extra lane on either side, and on/off ramps to help motor traffic and pedestrians.

An extensive network of pedestrian and cyclist pathways have been created along the banks of the Brisbane River to form a Riverwalk network.

The problem was exacerbated in 2005, when the pedestrian link between Lonsdale Street and Docklands proposed in 2001 was cut from the final design design of Southern Cross Station development due to budget blowouts.

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