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SEN. This is said to be an ancient word which signified justice. Co. Litt. 61 a.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Rising through the ranks from a state enrolled nurse (SEN) as an 18-year-old to the manager of Ward D7 five years ago, Evadney is now retiring after treating thousands of patients across west Birmingham.
I trained initially as a State Enrolled Nurse and then qualified as a community nurse, converted to First-level RGN 1997 then D-grade Staff Nurse to E Grade then to F Grade Sister and finally in my present position as G Grade Sister OPD.
He said the state enrolled nurse, who became an events manager at London's Cafe Royale organising charity dinners with stars like Ian Botham and Chris Eubank, was not the type to become involved in something like this.

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