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Define ambulator. ambulator synonyms, ambulator pronunciation, ambulator translation, English dictionary definition of ambulator. n a person who walksa device for measuring road distances; a perambulator. Ambulator - definition of ambulator by The Free Dictionary. Top 10 Ambulatory Care Nursing Exam Study Guide Book List – The Ultimate Guide. The whole purpose of the Ambulatory Care Nursing Books / Study Guides: to give test takers the keys to understand how to succeed on the Ambulatory Care Nurse Test.
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The Ambulator; or, A pocket companion for the tour of London and its environs, within the circuit of twenty-five miles: descriptive of the objects most remarkable for grandeur, elegance, taste, local beauty, and antiquity, illustrated by anecdotes, historical and biographical and embellished with fourteen elegant engravings and a correct map.
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Solvitur ambulando / ˈ s ɒ l v ɪ t ər ˌ æ m b j ʊ ˈ l æ n d oʊ / is a Latin phrase which means "it is solved by walking" and is used to refer to a problem which is solved by a practical experiment. It is often attributed to Saint Augustine. Ambulators were planeswalking devices first used by one was an unpleasant experience for mortals, similar to being taken along by a planeswalker.
When the Mending occurred, all existing planar travel tech, including all existing ambulators, stopped working. Venser's ambulator [edit | edit source]. On Urborg Venser subconsciously built a machine that mimicked his latent.
The Picadilly ambulator; or, Old Q, memoirs of the private life of that ever-green votary of Venus'. by J P. Hurstone, William Douglas. Credential Awarded: RN-BC. The ANCC Ambulatory Care Nursing board certification examination is a competency based examination that provides a valid and reliable assessment of the entry-level clinical knowledge and skills of registered nurses in the ambulatory care specialty after initial RN licensure.
Ambulatory, in architecture, continuation of the aisled spaces on either side of the nave (central part of the church) around the apse (semicircular projection at the east end of the church) or chancel (east end of the church where the main altar stands) to form a continuous processional way.
The ambulatory often provided improved sites for the numerous altars for saints, which formerly were.Ambulator definition: a person who walks | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.The ambulatory (Latin: ambulatorium, lit. "walking place") is the covered passage around a cloister or the processional way around the east end of a cathedral or large church and behind the high altar.
The first ambulatory was in France in the 11th century but by the 13th century ambulatories had been introduced in England and many English cathedrals were extended to provide an ambulatory.