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Sais, Egypt

, and Zipporah's experience with circumcision, referenced in Exodus 4:25, may indicate medical studies. * Archeological description


Reichsarbeitsdienst

, Willi Graf did his six-month ''Reichsarbeitsdienst'' and afterwards began his medical studies. In 1938, he was arrested along with other members of the ''Grauer Orden'' and charged by a court in Mannheim with illegal youth league activities–the ''Bünde'' having been banned–in relation with his unlawful field trips, camping excursions and other meetings with the ''Grauer Orden''. The charges were later dismissed as part of a general amnesty declared to celebrate the Anschluss


Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Hospital in Montreal and practised in Antigonish, Nova Scotia from 1975 to 1980. After continuing his medical studies at Dalhousie University, he set up practice in Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) in 1984, retiring in 2006. Doherty also lectured in the Department of Ophthalmology at Dalhousie University, was a visiting ophthalmologist on the island of Dominica and, from 1994 to 2003, served as consulting eye physician for the Saint John Flames. '''James Craig MacDonald


Gävle

for the Royal Academy of Sciences (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) in Stockholm and completed his medical studies at Lund University in 1782. He was appointed town medical officer in Vadstena in 1785, district medical officer in Östergötland County in 1789, director of the new Vadstena Hospital (which he had initiated) in 1795, and titular professor in 1803. DATE OF BIRTH 10 October 1757 PLACE OF BIRTH Gävle, Sweden DATE OF DEATH 14 August 1819


Mogilev

of medical studies when the couple married. They immigrated to the British Mandate Palestine (British Mandate of Palestine) from Russia (Imperial Russia), fleeing the early Pogroms associated with the Bolshevik Revolution. Apart from Hebrew, Sharon's father spoke Yiddish and his mother spoke Russian; their son also learned to speak Russian as a young boy. Wikipedia:Mahilyow Commons:Category:Mahilyow Dmoz:Regional Europe Belarus Localities Mogilev


Tula, Russia

the paramilitary revolutionary group, ''Narodnaya Volya (Narodnaya Volya (organization))''. He was briefly exiled to Tula (Tula, Russia). He resumed his medical studies at the University of Kharkiv (Ukraine), where he became involved in revolutionary activities and published his "Brief course of economic science" in 1897. In 1899, he graduated as a medical doctor, and published his next work, "Basic elements of the historical perspective on nature". He was arrested by the Tsar's police, spent six months in prison, and was exiled to Vologda. page 118, accessed: 14 November 2008 ** Transliteration: V Tulu so svoim samovarom (ne yezdyat). ** Translation: (Do not come) to Tula (w:Tula, Russia) with your own samovar (w:Samovar). ** Swedish equivalent: Do not cross the brook for water.


Lund

The '''Royal Physiographic Society in Lund''' or ''Kungl. Fysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund'', is one of the Royal Academies (Swedish Royal Academies) in Sweden. It was founded in Lund, on December 2, 1772, and received a Royal Charter by Gustav III (Gustav III of Sweden), on March 6, 1778. left thumb '' Flying Machine (Swedenborg) Flying Machine (File:Swdbg2.jpg)'', sketched in a notebook in 1714. The operator would sit in the middle, and paddle himself through the air. In 1715 Swedenborg returned to Sweden, where he was to devote himself to natural science and engineering projects for the next two decades. A first step was his noted meeting with King Charles XII of Sweden in the city of Lund, in 1716. The Swedish inventor Christopher Polhem, who became a close friend of Swedenborg, was also present. Swedenborg's purpose was to persuade the king to fund an observatory in northern Sweden. However, the warlike king did not consider this project important enough, but did appoint Swedenborg assessor-extraordinary on the Swedish Board of Mines (''Bergskollegium'') in Stockholm. The meeting between the King, Polhelm and Swedenborg is described in detail in Liljegren, Bengt, ''Karl XII i Lund : när Sverige styrdes från Skåne'', (Historiska media, Lund, 1999). ISBN 91-88930-51-3 Otto Lindblad was the son of a clergyman. He grew up on the patronage in Karlstorp and attended gymnasium (gymnasium (school)) in Växjö


Saxony-Anhalt

Gustav Nachtigal, the son of a Lutheran pastor, was born at Eichstedt in the Prussian province of Saxony-Anhalt. After medical studies at the universities of Halle (University of Halle-Wittenberg), Würzburg (University of Würzburg) and Greifswald (University of Greifswald), he practiced for several years as a military surgeon. Finding the climate of his native country increasingly detrimental to his health, he went to Algiers and Tunis in North Africa and took part, as a surgeon, in several expeditions into Central Africa. '''Aken (Elbe)''' ( WikiPedia:Saxony-Anhalt Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Saxony-Anhalt Commons:Category:Saxony-Anhalt


Salerno

traveled to Salerno in order to pursue medical (Medicine) studies but that due to ill health, he had to abandon this project. Haskins 1971 (#Haskins): 181; Adcock 1994 (#Adcock): xix. It was probably then that he began working—possibly as a " WikiPedia:Salerno Commons:Category:Salerno


Saint John, New Brunswick

continuing his medical studies at Dalhousie University, he set up practice in Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick) in 1984, retiring in 2006. Doherty also lectured in the Department of Ophthalmology at Dalhousie University, was a visiting ophthalmologist on the island of Dominica and, from 1994 to 2003, served as consulting eye physician for the Saint John Flames. During this time when Nova Scotia briefly became a Scottish Colony, there were three battles between the Scots


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