- n. An English surname.
“All stakeholders should be acutely aware that the dispute is eroding a cornerstone of the business," said Tim Heberden , managing director of Brand Finance Australia.”
“More than two hundred years ago, William Heberden, the British physician who first described the chest pain known today as angina, wrote that “wine and spiritous liquors—afford considerable relief from angina.””
“Heberden afforded all the assistance in his power to Mr. Banks, and”
“Heberden, the principal physician of the island, and brother to the excellent and learned Dr. William Heberden of London.”
“It has been described as an entity as early as 1768 by the famous English physician Heberden, but the average medical text book of the 1920s would probably not have devoted to it more than a paragraph or so.”
“Heberden Medal (London), the 1949 Lasker Award, presented by the”
“Heberden, and Fothergill were the first to employ this method.”
“Chambers whom he reproved for tossing snails over a wall into his neighbour's garden till he heard the neighbour was a Dissenter, on which he said, "Oh, if so, toss away, Chambers, toss away"; and physicians like Heberden, beloved of Cowper, whom Johnson called”
“Cowan also mentions instances of prolonged hiccough related by Heberden, Good, Hoffman, and Wartmouth.”
“Cowan also mentions instances of prolonged hiccough related by Heberden, Good,”
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