Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland: Vol. I-XXXVI and XXXVII. ...

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Side 463 - Act, 1899, such notice has been given by the local education authority as is hereinafter mentioned ; (e) in whose case it is desirable in the interests of the community that they should be deprived of the opportunity of procreating children...
Side xxix - They shall have the power of filling up any vacancies which may occur in any of the offices of the Society between one Annual Meeting and another. They shall decide upon all questions relating to the reception of communications and to their publication in the Society's
Side xxxi - ... business can be transacted. In the event of the President being unable, from any cause, or declining, to summon a Special General Meeting of the Academy, it shall be in the power of the General Council f summon such meeting. (1888.) Ordinary Meetings. 54. The communications to be submitted to the Ordinary Meetings shall be grouped under the following heads : — Medicine, Surgery, Pathology, Obstetrics...
Side xxviii - Fellows. 11. Honorary Fellows, limited in number to 25, may be nominated by the Council, and elected, on motion at a General Meeting of the Academy by a majority of at least two-thirds of those present and voting. Members, 12. Any Registered Medical Practitioner may be elected as a Member, the election to be conducted in the same manner as that of Fellows. Privileges of Members.
Side xxvii - ... Society of Individual Psychology. He was chairman of the " Langdon-Brown Committee on PostGraduate Training in Psychological Medicine," which issued an important report in 1943. He was an LL.D. of Dalhousie University and of the National University of Ireland, a D.Sc. of Oxford, and an honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and of the Royal Society of Medicine. He was knighted in 1935. He was twice married ; first to Eileen Presland, and secondly to Freda, daughter of Henry...
Side 463 - ... in receipt of poor relief at the time of giving birth to an illegitimate child or when pregnant of such child.
Side 4 - ... matter by the light which is shed upon it from the study of the evolution of matter in general, we are led to regard it as having been produced, not by a sudden alteration, whether exerted by natural or supernatural agency, but by a gradual process of change from material which was lifeless, through material on the borderland between inanimate and animate, to material which has all the characteristics to which we attach the term
Side 75 - He stated that his reason for the use of the term "'was the production of acute pain on the slightest movement, whether lateral or forward, and the absence of any marked febrile disturbance or neuralgia.
Side xxxii - Friday in October until the last Friday in May, inclusive, at eight o'clock, except during the Christmas and Easter recesses. 56. All Fellows, Members, and Student Associates attending the meetings shall write their names in the attendance book. 57. Any Fellow or Member may introduce two Visitors...
Side 406 - A teratoma is an irregular conglomerate mass containing the tissues and fragments of viscera belonging to a suppressed fetus, attached to an otherwise normal individual.

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