Smith, Nathan

Smith, Nathan

(1762–1829) physician, surgeon, medical educator; born in Rehoboth, Mass. After serving as an apprentice to physicians in Vermont, he began practicing medicine in Cornish, N.H., but, realizing his lack of knowledge, he pursued studies at Harvard (1789–90) and then in Europe (1796–97). Back in Cornish with a flourishing practice, he persuaded nearby Dartmouth College to teach medicine and in 1798 he became the medical school's first professor. When the state legislature failed to support his efforts, he went to Yale in 1813 as its first professor of anatomy, surgery, and obstetrics. He was one of the most advanced American physicians of his day both in his surgical techniques and in emphasizing close observation instead of traditional theory. His most important writing was Practical Essay on Typhous Fever (1824).
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Next, we awarded the following Greenhands with their Greenhand Degree pin and certificate: Erica Corzine, Abbi Durbin, Valerie Golden, Hayley Guy, Madison Hunter, Chloe Jones, Jansen Merriman, Ben Miller, Delaney Nation, Mikey Neece, Brandon Peteroccelli, Madison Rickey, Ben Risley, Cody Sloan, Hadley Reed, Mallory Schmitt, Owen Seifert, Parker Smith, Nathan Trueblood, and Spencer Uphoff.
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Stenhousemuir are missing keeper Chris Smith, Nathan Blockley and Martin Scott but Eddie Ferns and Innes Murray are available at Berwick who have Darren Lavery missing but add Declan O'Kane.
According to famous cricket website, Steven Smith, Nathan Lyon, Heather Knight, Fakhar Zaman and Mohammad Amir are among the winners of the ESPNcricinfo awards for the best performances in cricket in 2017.
Ellesmere Port Reserves beat Saughall Colts 14-1 with goals from Josh Forster (4), Danny Hale (3), Joe Heenan (2), Lewis Fearon, Liam Smith, Nathan Row, Chris Hannon and Kevin Toole.
Grant Samed, left, and fellow ringleaders, from top, Ross Wilkinson, Robert Smith, Nathan Weston, John Burton and Luke Mansell
David Smith, Nathan Strout, Christian Harder, Steven Moore, Tim Ormsby, and Thomas Balstrom
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He led the team of Alistair Mason, Rob Smith, Nathan Edwards, Josh Channing and Rhys Fletcher to the victory, Mason sinking the team's winning putt in the final on the 17th, after victories over Vale of Llangollen in round 1, Monmouthshire in round 2, Woodlake Park in the quarter-final and Rhuddlan in semi-final.
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