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n.1.One who starches.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Tiggy-winkle; oh, yes if you please'm, I'm an excellent clear- starcher!" And she took something out of a clothes- basket, and spread it on the ironing-blanket.
"Twelve and a quarter," was the answer, just touched with pride "And I'd a-made more if it wasn't for that fake bunch of starchers."
Russell is survived by his wife of 45 years, Mary Jane Walton (Scahill); 3 children, Rusty Walton (Kim), Penny Starcher (Harold), Lynsay Johnson (Mike); 3 stepchildren, Maureen Harris, Christopher Morozin (Jenny), Brian Morozin; 17 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren; his sister, Joan Bacci (Robert); and many nieces and nephews.
BSMH is headed by John Starcher, the President and CEO, who served in that capacity at Mercy Health.
Starcher, the leader of the Cincinnati-based Mercy Health, would lead the enterprise.
It is positioned to be more successful than Mercy Health and Bon Secours ever could be as separate entities," Starcher said in the release.
The following teams have earned the Platinum Club: Team Richard Capps, The Cail Grande Group, The Colwell Team, The Flerlage Real Estate Group, The Gitt Team, The Huxtable Team, Dennis Kotaska & Associates, The Lorman Team, The Menke, The Sandra Newell Team, The David Roth Team, The Seider Group, The Starcher Team, The Suponcic Team, The Trexler Team, Team Tritschler
Currently, Starcher serves as the chief executive officer of Mercy Health's 23 Mercy Health hospitals and the integrated network across Ohio and Kentucky.
STarcher et al., "Chronic lung injury in preterm lambs: disordered respiratory tract development," American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, vol.
Starcher, "A ninhydrin-based assay to quantitate the total protein content of tissue samples," Analytical Biochemistry, vol.