OSLER


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OSLERObjective Structured Long Examination Record
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"I was a prosecutor for five years, attending church the entire time, and I never contemplated that my vocation and faith had a strange and strong narrative link," Osler writes in Jesus on Death Row, a book he later wrote about restaging the trial.
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (www.osler.com) is a leading business law firm practising nationally and internationally from offices across Canada and in New York.
Although Osler willed his collection to McGill in 1911, it would take almost a decade after his death to fulfill his wish to complete the cataloguing of his library before its delivery to McGill.
ProArt Gallery is the brainchild of long-time art collector Tatiana Faure, art expert Rashesh Shah of Rifca and Dinsha and Munchi Shroff of Ancestry, which specialises in Osler and Baccarat chandeliers, Oriental and European crystal artifacts.
A local newspaper report said Mr Osler, who lived in Feltwell, had assaulted the woman three times in less than a year and was given a nine-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months.
Neighbours said tattooed Osler had had a history of attacking women.
In reading Dr Michael Bliss' scholarly book on the life of Sir William Osler, MD,1 in the wake of the Alder Hey organ retention scandal in Liverpool in the United Kingdom,2 I was immediately struck by the following story, which did not fit with my preconceived notions of Dr Osler:
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Helen Robbins and Graham Osler, both healthcare workers, were fed up of having wet gloves and other items cluttering up their tiny kitchen, so they invented their Glove Poppit.
Armed with banners and homemade signs, the kids demonstrated at Osler Street Park to raise awareness of the threat.