Framingham


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Fra·ming·ham

 (frā′mĭng-hăm′)
A town of east-central Massachusetts west-southwest of Boston. Settled in 1650, it is a commercial and industrial center.

Fram•ing•ham

(ˈfreɪ mɪŋˌhæm)

n.
a town in E Massachusetts. 65,113.
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Hemenway's kindness and generosity, Miss Davidson, after graduating at Hampton, received an opportunity to complete a two years' course of training at the Massachusetts State Normal School at Framingham.
Before she went to Framingham, some one suggested to Miss Davidson that, since she was so very light in colour, she might find it more comfortable not to be known as a coloured women in this school in Massachusetts.
Soon after her graduation from the Framingham institution, Miss Davidson came to Tuskegee, bringing into the school many valuable and fresh ideas as to the best methods of teaching, as well as a rare moral character and a life of unselfishness that I think has seldom been equalled.
The Town of Framingham is accepting bids to provide submittals and coordination as required for the removal and replacement of 19 roof mounted exhaust fans with 19 new roof mounted fans and sheet metal work as required and specified and shown on the contract drawings.
She was a resident of Framingham for over 60 years and was employed for over 30 years at the Jordan Marsh Company in Framingham.
com)-- AG Reliable Remodeling supports company co-founder and local Framingham runner, Laura Grome, as she prepares to run the 118th Boston Marathon.
Gary Collins and Douglas Altman, medical statisticians from Oxford, have proposed a new model of 10-year risk of cardiovascular disease that appears to perform better than the older Anderson Framingham equation.
The Framingham risk equation appears to be inaccurate in predicting cardiovascular disease in patients with end-stage renal disease, Dr.
Atlanta -- Asking patients two brief questions about self-reported peripheral artery disease, as a supplement to the standard Framingham cardiovascular disease risk assessment, results in reclassification of a substantial proportion of patients as being at high rather than intermediate risk, Dr.
A CHANGE OF HEART: How the Framingham Heart Study Helped unravel the Mysteries of Cardiovascular Disease DANIEL LEVY AND SUSAN BRINK
The more overweight a person is, the greater his or her risk of heart failure, reports the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's Framingham Heart Study.
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