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The implants must fit together precisely to support a body in motion, said UCLA neurosurgeon Dr. Duncan McBride.
Duncan arrived at Dulles International Airport in Washington from Liberia (via Belgium) on Sept. 20.
It was found out later that Duncan helped carry 19-year-old Marthalene Williams into a taxi to go to the hospital.
The nurse documented that Duncan had a temperature of 100.1 degrees.
But Duncan went through screening Sept. 19 in Monrovia, Liberia, where he presented a temperature of 97.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
"No, granny, I haven't never picked up a piece," Duncan replied.Little Folks (July 1884)|Various
It pleased Duncan to tell her that he had forgotten if he had ever acted that way, and she did not press him.The Trail to Yesterday|Charles Alden Seltzer
"You have done well, Duncan, in coming for what aid we now can give," said Allan Redmain.The Thirsty Sword|Robert Leighton
Those were pleasant evenings at Duncan Lodge and Talavera, with no lack of company at either place.The Home Life of Poe|Susan Archer Weiss
Then the man who had called himself Duncan looked away, frowning.The Avenger|E. Phillips Oppenheim