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She is the only midwife for whom an obstetric maneuver has been named (Gaskin maneuver).
Midwives in this country may be rare, but they hold the key to improving maternal health, says Ina May Gaskin.
The deck plan of the tug lay flat and empty save for the inert form of Gaskin.
He was preparing to venture out again, when Gaskin opened a locker and brought out an oilskin.
Madden knew that Gaskin would continue to bob and thank as long as he had strength to do either.
From below came the clanging of Gaskin's gong announcing dinner.
Mrs. Gaskin's designs for children's books show a quaint fancy and ornamental feeling characteristic of the school.Of the Decorative Illustration of Books Old and New|Walter Crane