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Cushing

[koosh-ing]
noun
1.
Caleb, 1800–79, U.S. statesman and diplomat.
2.
Harvey (Williams) 1869–1939, U.S. surgeon and author.
3.
Richard James, 1895–1970, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman: cardinal 1958–70; archbishop of Boston 1944–70.
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Cushing (ˈkʊʃɪŋ)
 
n
Harvey Williams. 1869--1939, US neurosurgeon: identified a pituitary tumour as a cause of the disease named after him

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Cushing Cush·ing (kush'ĭng), Harvey Williams. 1869-1939.

American surgeon known for his innovations in the field of neurosurgery and for his studies of the pituitary gland.

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