Margarate


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Mar´ga`rate


n.1.(Physiol. Chem.) A compound of the so-called margaric acid with a base.
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Nurses: Making Policy from Bedside to Boardroom, edited by Rebecca Patton, Margarate Zalon, and Ruth Ludwick, will highlight the tremendous impact nurses have made, are making, and must make on health policy in both micro and macro arenas and provide nurses with intellectual and practical leadership tools to do more.
The victim has been identified as Mary Margarate Rose, 60, from the south Indian state of Kerala.
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They also ignored Margarate Mead's methodological approach, which was developed in 1962.
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