an informal greeting.
a wife, a midwife.
to greet informally, especially by saying "howdy"
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"pain gone, patient is asleep!" yes, it worked! and 'boy-howdy' did it ever! pain completely gone, so was patient--after consuming lozenge, i promptly went to sleep! recommended 4 getting into bed and going to sleep--deep sleep; not reccommended for driving or any other hazard- ous tasks...and i mean it--you can't drive or do anything else but get into bed! heed this warn- ing, because you will get into trouble if you do anyting else!! everydayhealth.com
prominent figure in the development of programming for children, keeshan began his career by creating the character of clarabell the clown for the howdy doody show (1947–52). he developed the format for and wrote the scripts for the captain kangaroo show (1955–85), winning over generations of children and their parents through innovative approaches to interesting topics. factmonster.com
howdy doody when i started school in 1955, mom let me pick out any lunchbox i wanted and i chose one with all the howdy doody characters on it because that was my favorite tv show. i was so excited about going to school with my wonderful new lunchbox. the first day of school finally arrived and i discovered—to my dismay—that all the other girls had lunchboxes with "girlish" designs. scotch plaids were very popular, i remember. howdy doody suddenly looked like a boy's lunchbox and i was immediately ashamed of it. —june in california infoplease.com
howdy…i have been helping greenville health system with closed facebook groups for about 6 years. we modeled them after university maryland medical center and ed bennett's approach. we use them for our cancer support groups specifically around wellness and nutrition and they are extremely successful. we have created a triage approach with release forms that allows us to grant access for the patient, educate the patients in the group with community standards, and keep all the compliancy in check. i am happy to share our best practices including how we wrote release forms, how we triaged and educated the patients before granting access, and how we empowered the clinicians and dietitians to moderate the groups. mayoclinic.org
4. i got a conference scholarship i won a scholarship to go to the american board of veterinary practioners symposium in denver, colorado this year and boy howdy was it fun and an awesome learning experience! plus, i got to bring my family with me. another win—we survived a 10 hour car ride with a 9 week old and a 5 year old. merckmanuals.com