Nurse, Elizabeth

Nurse, Elizabeth

(1859–1938) painter; born in Cincinnati, Ohio. A descendant of Rebecca Nurse who was burned at the stake in Massachusetts (1692), Elizabeth studied at the McMicken School of Art (later the Cincinnati Art Academy) with T. S. Noble (1874–81, 1885–86). She studied in Paris (1887), became an expatriate there, painted forceful scenes of European peasant life, as in Peasant Woman of Borst (1891), and is considered an early social realist.
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Ophthalmology charge nurse, Elizabeth Williamson, was awarded a BEM for her services to ophthalmology in the Scottish borders.
As a full-time nurse, Elizabeth can't spend as much time on her allotment as others, yet still grows a range of fruit and veg.
There is a lupus unit at Leeds General Infirmary with a dedicated lupus nurse, Elizabeth Tyas, who lives in Holmfirth.
But as "sexually aroused" Reid groped her breast and thigh, she screamed and managed to hit the buttons on her nursing station phone, alerting auxiliary nurse, Elizabeth Dunn, 50, who came and asked naked Reid what he was doing, and he replied: "I am going to have sex with her.
As Ruth, the dotty nurse, Elizabeth Turnbull gave a fine performance with her well-schooled mezzo.
Flynt, publisher of the pornographic Hustler magazine, exchanged vows with his former nurse, Elizabeth Barrios.
The Hustler magazine publisher exchanged vows with his former nurse, Elizabeth Barrios.