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NOTES AND QUERIES. 39 KEITH, JAMES, M.D.—Keith was living in the parish of St. George the Martyr when he died in 1726. From his will it is clear that his wife predeceased him. Whom did he marry? J. ...doi:10.1093/nq/191.2.39 fatcat:zinlt36gafax5iv2zj6qv6hppu
This is a unique orthopedic textbook written under the educational initiative of SICOT. The editors have put together an incredible instrument aimed at educating the readers on the latest available trends in the management of common orthopedic disorders. The book is divided into 24 sections ranging from femoroacetabular impingement to Ponseti management of club feet and the role of osteotomy for the management of knee osteoarthritis. The authors selected are expert in their fields anddoi:10.1007/s00590-014-1577-y fatcat:bwir6wq34jhidhvokhlmqdat6e
more »... nally renown. What I liked most was the structure of each chapter ending with a boxed section called key learning points that summarizes the main points of the chapter. The illustrations and structure of the book are high quality with excellent drawings and X-rays to highlight each chapter. I recommend this textbook to any student, resident of fellow with the desire to improve their knowledge and advance their careers.
Book reviews Archaeology and history BRADY, JAMES E. & KEITH M. PRUFER (eds). In the maw of the earth monster: Mesoamerican ritual cave use. viii, 438 pp., maps, figs, tables, bibliogrs. ... This theme is most satisfactorily addressed by Abigail Adams and James Brady, in a study that examines contemporary ethnographic data in order to draw lessons for archaeological interpretation. ...doi:10.1111/j.1467-9655.2006.00303_1.x fatcat:iul7xuxqdrcrleta65hm4cjhcu
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MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM By William Keith Keith worked very hard up to the time of his death. ... Perhaps Keith influenced In ness; wvho knows? ...doi:10.2307/25587183 fatcat:d5hch7rfhfgnnjjb7sn3jesqre
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Kew, IR WILLIAM DE KEITH.—This man, who died in 1290, married Barbara de Seton, dau. of Sir Seyer de Seton by his wife Janet, dau. of Sir Hugh Giffard, of Yester. ... .’), and the father of Sir James Wright, Bart., Governor of Georgia. Wasey STERRY. British Consulate, Alexandria. GWANN (SWAN). — I seek information about ancestors of Wm. ...doi:10.1093/nq/173.25.442g fatcat:6aexggcn2fchdhkryhnfpkgosm
One such collaboration stands out -that with Torkel Weis-Fogh, a successor of James Gray at Cambridge -which led to elucidation of the mechanism of liftproduction in small hovering insects. ... Lighthill's interest in this topic had been stimulated much earlier by the Cambridge zoologist Sir James Gray; but it was only through his survey article, "Hydrodynamics of Aquatic Animal Propulsion", ...doi:10.1038/29414 fatcat:xgesakdncjh2djxc3mnzszfcfu
Cottonwood Racquet Club James E. ... Blochberger Critic: Keith Christensen Program The Cottonwood Racquet Club is a private club development located in the Little Kitten Creek region of West Manhattan, Kansas. ...doi:10.4148/0888-7802.1027 fatcat:r2b644qcbnbx3hsauxyepmvoem
“JAMES GORDON CARTER: EDUCATIONAL REFORMER” KEITH R. ... His father, James, and his mother, Betsy, had already gathered a brood of nine children about them, and there were more to come. James Gordon, the oldest, was now seventeen. ...doi:10.2307/361025 fatcat:vaj6pls3ojbsxbuzddoa34njna
After retiring from Ciba Keith continued to work in ophthalmology until 1978. ... Keith qualified as a pharmacist in 1929 and this enabled him to finance himself through medical school. ...doi:10.1136/bmj.319.7223.1503 pmid:10582953 pmcid:PMC1117224 fatcat:fvbdltlal5gv5glrx7licrmkge
Cottonwood Racquet Club James E. ... Blochberger Critic: Keith Christensen Program The Cottonwood Racquet Club is a private club development located in the Little Kitten Creek region of West Manhattan, Kansas. ...doi:10.4148/2378-5853.1027 fatcat:mxtdlp7nlreeljeuglu63mmtxm
We study the emergence of localization and entanglement in many-body systems as a result of scattering measurements. We show that consecutive scattering measurements on a many-body system can produce superposition states in position space. The resulting states are signaled in the scattering distribution and these states are robust under continued scattering. We also show that the average scattering distribution for an ensemble of experiments gives the initial state scattering distribution evenarXiv:1109.0041v1 fatcat:ewdr37hbardoljxymqyxym2pu4
more »... hen the initial state is completely destroyed by the scattering process.
James Russell and Keith Walley report patents owned by the University of British Columbia (UBC) that are related to proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 (PCSK9) inhibitor(s) and sepsis and related ...doi:10.12688/f1000research.6565.1 fatcat:a2knmb5xejeyhjdp52lilxjenu
The contributions on "Communities and Landscapes" and "Learning, Imagination and Belief" offer little A Protestant Lord in James VI's Scotland: George Keith, Fifth Earl Marischal (1554-1623). ... Of particular note is chapter 3, where we are given an enlightening look into the noble's action, and inaction, in respect to central government, with particular focus on Marischal's interaction with James ...doi:10.1017/rqx.2020.169 fatcat:q5ffbyg3kbgcrf54p4yny4yb7u
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