Antoinette Louisa (Brown), 1825–1921, U.S. clergywoman, abolitionist, and women's-rights activist.
Elizabeth, 1821–1910, U.S. physician, born in England: first woman physician in the U.S.
Henry Brown, 1825?–1909, U.S. editor, abolitionist, and suffragist, born in England (husband of Lucy Stone).
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How to use Blackwell in a sentence
Blackwell and his colleagues at Ieso are pioneering a new approach to mental-health care in which the language used in therapy sessions is analyzed by an AI.
Blackwell and his colleagues are not the only ones chasing this vision.
There are around 450 different types of psychotherapy that you can get your insurer to pay for in the US, says Blackwell.
As Floyd cried out for his mother and came to the conclusion that he might die, Blackwell said Chauvin remained unmoved, his sunglasses still “undisturbed” on his head.'America's Is on Trial' as Derek Chauvin Faces Justice in the Death of George Floyd | Melissa Chan | March 29, 2021 | Time
Nimura correctly names medicine as heroic, not the Blackwell sisters.Determined to practice medicine, two sisters defied conventions | Janet Golden | February 5, 2021 | Washington Post
But in those days there were very creative people like Chris Blackwell who really did the first boutique hotel.
“I was actually on the phone with their customer service rep and he was very hesitant,” Blackwell said.Jack White Sets World Record for Fastest Record Release | April Siese | April 22, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The other was former Cincinnati mayor Ken Blackwell, who served as Ohio Secretary of State from 1999 to 2007.
But to Blackwell, Israel is a “paradise,” and he lives an ordinary teenage life.
Ben-Shahar Blackwell does not consider himself a Jew, “I am a Hebrew,” he said.
He must have realized the danger of the speech for which he was later doomed to Blackwell's Island.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist | Alexander Berkman
"It would have been a terrible shock to Mrs. Morton if she had been his wife," observed Mr. Blackwell.
Next day, a lawyer from a Mr. Beaufort—Mr. George Blackwell, a gentlemanlike man called.
He was not the least alarmed at what Mr. Blackwell proposed, though so shocked at what Lilburne dictated.
Blackwell would go the next day into Wales—he would find out Mr. Jones—he would sound him!
Scientific definitions for Blackwell
British-born American physician who was the first woman doctor in the United States. In 1851 she founded an infirmary for women and children in New York City that her sister Emily Blackwell (1826-1910), also a physician, directed. Emily Blackwell was the first woman doctor to perform major surgeries on a regular basis.
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