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Andrew Still FAQ

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Knowledge management

The KM infrastructure: Making implicit knowledge assets explicit.

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  1. The Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine

    A current major project of KOF is construction of the Andrew Still Memorial Park ... The Park will provide information regarding the founder of Osteopathic ... those principles of Osteopathy lived in Kansas, in what now is Baldwin City. ...

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  2. NATIVE_NEWS: Lawrence, KS: Shawnee Indian Graves

    It was essentially pro-slavery, and as both Abraham and Andrew Still were ... "discoverer and founder of osteopathy; born near Jonesville,Virginia, 6 Aug. ...

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  3. osteopathy: Definition from Answers.com

    Osteopathy was founded in the 1890s by Dr. Andrew Taylor, who believed that the .... Dr. Andrew Still developed the osteopathic approach to medicine. ..... Still was a free state leader who lived near Baldwin City, Kansas at the time of ...

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  4. OSTEOPATHY Articles Osteopathy is an approach to health

    Still was a free state leader who lived near Baldwin City, Kansas at the time of the ... saw as problems in the medical profession, Still founded osteopathic practice. ... osteopath William Garner Sutherland, a disciple of Andrew Still. ...

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  5. "baldwin city" - Google News Archive Search

    One day, while driving into nearby Baldwin City, I noticed a historical marker bearing the following words: “Dr. Andrew Still, founder of osteopathy, ...

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  6. Le site du Professeur Claude Hamonet - Article : La fondation de l ...

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    Dr. Andrew Still, founder of osteopathy, whose theory of healing was developped ... Baldwin City, un creuset idéologique dans une ville à la charnière de ...

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  7. Peebles Family Weblog: September 2007

    She informed us that her grandfather founded and ran an orphanage in Bombay for 24 years, ..... Andrew still has mixed feelings about growing. ...

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  8. From gars@netcom.com Thu Feb 10 23:12:59 2000 Date: Tue, 6 Jul ...

    It was essentially pro-slavery, and as both Abraham and Andrew Still were ... was elected to the legislature in 1857, was one of the founders of Baker ...

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  9. Osteopathy: cranial osteopathy, american academy of osteopathy ...

    Andrew Still initially discovered, practiced and taught. .... Still, founder of osteopathy, whose theory of healing developed here. ...

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