Activities concerned with governmental policies, functions, etc.
Mobilization of human, financial, capital, physical and or natural resources to generate goods and services.
A family of gram-negative methanotrophs in the order Rhizobiales, distantly related to the nitrogen-fixing and phototrophic bacteria.
The continuous developmental process of a culture from simple to complex forms and from homogeneous to heterogeneous qualities.
A species of FLAVIVIRUS, one of the Japanese encephalitis virus group (ENCEPHALITIS VIRUSES, JAPANESE), found in Australia and New Guinea. It causes a fulminating viremia resembling Japanese encephalitis (ENCEPHALITIS, JAPANESE).
A curved elevation of GRAY MATTER extending the entire length of the floor of the TEMPORAL HORN of the LATERAL VENTRICLE (see also TEMPORAL LOBE). The hippocampus proper, subiculum, and DENTATE GYRUS constitute the hippocampal formation. Sometimes authors include the ENTORHINAL CORTEX in the hippocampal formation.
A persistent increase in synaptic efficacy, usually induced by appropriate activation of the same synapses. The phenomenological properties of long-term potentiation suggest that it may be a cellular mechanism of learning and memory.
A large collection of DNA fragments cloned (CLONING, MOLECULAR) from a given organism, tissue, organ, or cell type. It may contain complete genomic sequences (GENOMIC LIBRARY) or complementary DNA sequences, the latter being formed from messenger RNA and lacking intron sequences.
Descriptions of specific amino acid, carbohydrate, or nucleotide sequences which have appeared in the published literature and/or are deposited in and maintained by databanks such as GENBANK, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF), or other sequence repositories.
The capacity of the NERVOUS SYSTEM to change its reactivity as the result of successive activations.
The motor nerve of the diaphragm. The phrenic nerve fibers originate in the cervical spinal column (mostly C4) and travel through the cervical plexus to the diaphragm.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The study of the development of an organism during the embryonic and fetal stages of life.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
Time period from 1801 through 1900 of the common era.
Lists of words, usually in alphabetical order, giving information about form, pronunciation, etymology, grammar, and meaning.
A family of flightless, running BIRDS, in the order Casuariiformes. The emu is the only surviving member of the family. They naturally inhabit forests, open plains, and grasslands in Australia.
Signals for an action; that specific portion of a perceptual field or pattern of stimuli to which a subject has learned to respond.
A procedure consisting of a sequence of algebraic formulas and/or logical steps to calculate or determine a given task.
An object or a situation that can serve to reinforce a response, to satisfy a motive, or to afford pleasure.
Non-invasive method of demonstrating internal anatomy based on the principle that atomic nuclei in a strong magnetic field absorb pulses of radiofrequency energy and emit them as radiowaves which can be reconstructed into computerized images. The concept includes proton spin tomographic techniques.
Any visible result of a procedure which is caused by the procedure itself and not by the entity being analyzed. Common examples include histological structures introduced by tissue processing, radiographic images of structures that are not naturally present in living tissue, and products of chemical reactions that occur during analysis.
A technique of inputting two-dimensional images into a computer and then enhancing or analyzing the imagery into a form that is more useful to the human observer.
A province of eastern Canada. Its capital is Quebec. The region belonged to France from 1627 to 1763 when it was lost to the British. The name is from the Algonquian quilibek meaning the place where waters narrow, referring to the gradually narrowing channel of the St. Lawrence or to the narrows of the river at Cape Diamond. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p993 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p440)
Intentional falsification of scientific data by presentation of fraudulent or incomplete or uncorroborated findings as scientific fact.
Persons including soldiers involved with the armed forces.
A group of islands in Polynesia, in the north central Pacific Ocean, comprising eight major and 114 minor islands, largely volcanic and coral. Its capital is Honolulu. It was first reached by Polynesians about 500 A.D. It was discovered and named the Sandwich Islands in 1778 by Captain Cook. The islands were united under the rule of King Kamehameha 1795-1819 and requested annexation to the United States in 1893 when a provisional government was set up. Hawaii was established as a territory in 1900 and admitted as a state in 1959. The name is from the Polynesian Owhyhii, place of the gods, with reference to the two volcanoes Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, regarded as the abode of the gods. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p493 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p2330)
A series of heterocyclic compounds that are variously substituted in nature and are known also as purine bases. They include ADENINE and GUANINE, constituents of nucleic acids, as well as many alkaloids such as CAFFEINE and THEOPHYLLINE. Uric acid is the metabolic end product of purine metabolism.
A product formed from skin, white connective tissue, or bone COLLAGEN. It is used as a protein food adjuvant, plasma substitute, hemostatic, suspending agent in pharmaceutical preparations, and in the manufacturing of capsules and suppositories.
... and Walter Richard Birks (1847-1900), of Adelaide's prominent Birks family. Before Australian federation in 1900, Murtho was ... Melville Birks". Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record. 32 (18). South Australia. 9 May 1924. p. 24. Retrieved 2 May 2016 ... Among the Murtho settlers were brothers John Napier Birks (1845-1929) ... 17 October 1894. p. 6. Retrieved 4 October 2015 - via National Library of Australia. "The Crown Lands Amendment Act, 1893 (SA ...
The company continued to expand, acquiring Birks, Rawlins and Co. in 1930. Wiltshaw's wife, Alice, was brutally murdered on 16 ... The trademark "Carlton Ware" was introduced in 1894, and the company's factory was renamed the Carlton Works. In 1911, the ...
Birks was awarded the Victoria Cross for an act of bravery at Ypres on 20 September 1917, during the Battle of Passchendaele. ... After the corporal was wounded, Birks completed the cature of the position, killing the remaining German soldiers there, and ... "Shortly afterwards ... [leading] a small party ... [Birks] attacked another strong point", occupied by about 25 Germans, ... accessed 21 January 2010 "Casualty Details: Birks, Frederick". Commonwealth War Graves Commission. accessed 21 January 2010 "No ...
C. E. Birks". Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail. SA: National Library of Australia. 15 May 1914. p. 2. Retrieved 17 ... William found employment in the wholesale and retail drapery business Goode Bros., on Rundle Street (where Charles Birks & Co. ... Florence Marion Goode (1870 - 14 May 1914) married Charles Edgar Birks (8 October 1871 - 20 June 1944) on 21 June 1899. She was ... Frances) Ethel Goode (1872 - 18 May 1954) married second cousin (Matthew) Albert Goode ( - 14 June 1939) on 25 October 1894. ...
The head office of Henry Birks and Sons was built soon after on the west side of the square in 1894. The fast food outlet on ...
Dorothy Daniels Birk, The World Came to St. Louis: A Visit to the 1904 World's Fair (Wheeling, WV: Bethany Press, 1979). Mount ... The American Architect and Building News, March 17, 1894, p. 131. Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of Rutgers Scientific School, ... 5th Regiment Armory, Market Street, Paterson, New Jersey, 1894-1895, burned 2015 3rd Regiment Armory, Haddon Avenue & Mickle ... Central Presbyterian Church, 377 Clinton Avenue, Newark, New Jersey, 1893-1894 Conyngham Manor, 130 South River Street, Wilkes- ...
Birk in Monumenta concilii Basileensis, Scriptores, I, Vienna, 1875, 701-783). He wrote also a history of the Roman emperors, " ... 1890-1894), 38-222. Many of his writings are as yet unedited, among them commentaries on Biblical books, sermons, "Liber de ...
Died: Frederick Birks, Australian army officer, recipient of the Victoria Cross for action during the Battle of the Menin Road ... Ridge (killed in action) (b. 1894); Francis Aylmer Maxwell, British army officer, recipient of the Victoria Cross for action ...
Henry Birks, Canadian businessman, founded Henry Birks and Sons (b. 1840) 1928 - Roman Steinberg, Estonian wrestler (b. 1900) ... 1894) 1973 - István Kertész, Hungarian conductor and educator (b. 1929) 1978 - Lucius D. Clay, American officer and military ... 1930 - José Carlos Mariátegui, Peruvian journalist, philosopher, and activist (b. 1894) 1935 - Panait Istrati, Romanian ...
Frederick Birks (born 1894), Australian soldier 28 September Patrick Bugden (born 1897), Australian soldier Kurt Wissemann ( ...
"Birks, Rosetta Jane (1856-1911)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Retrieved 29 December 2019. "Daily Telegraph obituary". ... Rosetta Jane Birks, Australian suffragist (b. 1856) 1917 - Eduardo Di Capua, Neapolitan composer, singer and songwriter (b. ... 1894 - Elmer Robinson, American lawyer and politician, 33rd Mayor of San Francisco (d. 1982) 1894 - Walter Warlimont, German ... 1865) 1929 - Jeanne Eagels, American actress (b. 1894) 1929 - Gustav Stresemann, German politician, Chancellor of Germany, ...
Tamil film actor Given name or nickname Sandow Birk, American visual artist Sandow Nasution (born 1981), Indonesian ... an 1894 silent film featuring Eugen Sandow Sandow (apple), an apple cultivar Sandow's Magazine of Physical Culture, a ...
... politician Matt Birk (born 1976) - Baltimore Ravens football player Andy Bisek (born 1986) - Olympic Greco-Roman wrestler, two- ... 1894-1969) - journalist and writer Mary Jo Pehl - actor, broadcaster, and writer Tim Penny (born 1951) - member of U.S. ... 1894-1977) - college football coach Big Eagle (c. 1827-1906) - leader of a band of Mdewakanton Sioux Indians John Binkowski ( ... 1894-1991) - member of U.S. Congress Theodore Christianson (1883-1948) - 21st Governor of Minnesota; member of U.S. Congress ...
Birks (1912-1913) J. C. Todd (1913-1914) Alex Jamieson (1914-1917) Samuel Daniel Jones (1917-1920) H. P. Shakes (1920-1921) C. ... The council acquired the Petersburg Institute building on Main Street for a town hall in 1894; it survives today but has been ... William Threadgold (1886-1889) H. Howard (1889-1891) Edwin Palmer (1891-1892) W. Heithersay (1892-1893) E. J. Elliot (1894-1895 ...
... journalist and sport personality Ado Birk (1883-1942), Estonian politician Ado Grenzstein (1849-1916), Estonian journalist Ado ...
... may refer to: Ole Andres Olsen (1845-1915), Norwegian-American Seventh-day Adventist leader Ole Birk Olesen (born ... 1894-1980), pitcher for the Detroit Tigers Ole Olsen (speed skater) (1897-1924), Norwegian speed skater Ole Alfred Olsen ...
Ado Birk, Prime minister (1920) Jaan Tõnisson, Prime minister (1920) Ants Piip, Prime minister (1920) Konstantin Päts, Prime ... 1894-1906) Butti bin Suhail Al Maktoum, ruler (1906-1912) Saeed bin Maktoum bin Hasher Al Maktoum, ruler (1912-1958) Emirate of ... 1894-1962 For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe Horn of Africa area Djibouti French Somaliland ( ... 1894-1904 For details see France under western Europe French Dahomey, part of French West Africa (complete list) - Colony, 1904 ...
Ado Birk, Estonian lawyer and politician, 3rd Prime Minister of Estonia (b. 1883) 1942 - Daniil Kharms, Russian poet and ... 1894) 1925 - Antti Aarne, Finnish historian and academic (b. 1867) 1925 - Jaap Eden, Dutch speed skater and cyclist (b. 1873) ... 1894) 1950 - Constantin Carathéodory, Greek mathematician and academic (b. 1873) 1952 - Callistratus of Georgia, Georgian ...
... includes list of people with name Berks Birk (name) Burk (name) Burke (surname) Birks (surname) This page or section lists ... 1894-1983), American vaudeville entertainer Sander Berk (born 1979), Dutch triathlete Steven N. Berk, a judge on the Superior ...
Birks died at 42 years of age, as a result of being thrown from his horse. Mrs Birks then ran a store in Angaston. In 1856 G. N ... Birks Chemists is a pharmacy in Adelaide whose origins date back to the 1850s. George Napier Birks (24 October 1838 - 14 ... For more information on the extensive Birks family of South Australia see George Vause Birks. Gavin Souter (1968) A peculiar ... George Vause Birks (c. 1815 - 31 January 1858), who with his wife and family emigrated from England to South Australia on the ...
In 2013, the group changed its name from Birks & Mayors to the Birks Group. In 2015, Birks caused some controversy after ... the Birks store in Toronto was Birks-Ryrie and the one in Winnipeg was Birks-Dingwall). The store on Phillips Square in ... The Birks Group sold the Mayors chain (founded in 1910 in Ohio) to Aurum in 2017. As part of the agreement between Birks and ... Birks Group traces its origins to the opening by Henry Birks of a small jewellery shop in Montreal in 1879. With an investment ...
Birks & Mayors Horace Birks (1897-1985), British Army officer who served during both the World Wars Jānis Birks (born 1956), ... Birks (1920-1979), British physicist and namesake for the Birks' law Laurie Birks (born 1928), Australian Olympic boxer ... Birks is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Anthony Birks (1941-2002), New Zealand Army officer who served as ... Co Cliff Birks (1910-1998), English Association football player Douglas Birks (1919-2004), English cricket player Frederick ...
... (30 November 1840 - 16 April 1928) was a Canadian businessman and founder of Henry Birks and Sons, a chain of high- ... One of Birks' sons, Gerald Birks, proposed an educational system for Canadian soldiers known as the Khaki University, which was ... Although Birks eventually became a partner in the firm in 1868, the company's later financial difficulties encouraged Birks to ... William and Henry Birks Building. McGill University. Retrieved 2008-07-29. Media related to Henry Birks at Wikimedia Commons ...
The following day, Birks was killed by a shell while attempting to save some of his men. Birks was born in Buckley, Flintshire ... Birks continued on alone. Reaching the rear of the pillbox, he forced the occupants to surrender. Birks then led an attack a ... Birks attempted to dig out these men, "standing exposed", but another shell aimed at the C Coy post killed Birks, and four ... "First World War Service Record - Frederick Birks". National Archives of Australia. Retrieved 9 October 2014. "Frederick BIRKS ...
The Birks were descended from a farming family from Darfield, Yorkshire, who emigrated to Canada in 1832. Birks was educated at ... After the war, Birks rejoined the family jewelry business, and on 21 August 1924, he married Margaret Ryrie of Toronto. Birks ... On 24 May, while flying with Barker, Birks was credited with shooting down Hungarian ace József Kiss of Flik 55J; Birks thus ... "Gerald Birks". The Aerodrome. Retrieved 4 September 2016. Villeneuve, René (2005). "Birks, Henry". Dictionary of Canadian ...
Helen Grace Birks (born 26 June 1916) Te Ara - The encyclopedia of New Zealand: Lawrence Birks Martin, John E. "Lawrence Birks ... Their children included: Margaret Annie Birks (24 March 1910 - 29 May 1989) married Alexander Charles Begg Walter Richard Birks ... notably in connection with Charles Birks & Co.'s retail store and Birks Chemists, both in Rundle Street. The distinguished ... Lawrence Birks (19 May 1874 - 25 July 1924) was an Australian-born electrical engineer noted for his pioneering work on hydro- ...
The framed address was presented by the Birks family to the Broken Hill Trades Hall Trust. A photograph of Dr Melville Birks is ... Their family included: Peter Macintyre Birks FRCS (16 January 1910 - ) married Betty Powell ( - ) on Walter Gordon Birks (11 ... "Dr Birks's two main interests during his life at Broken Hill were his surgical work at the hospital, and the study of social ... It read in part: To Melville Birks, Esq., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. We, the undersigned, on behalf of the workers of Broken Hill ...
Peter Macintyre Birks FRCS (16 January 1910 - ) married Betty Powell ( - ) Walter Gordon Birks (11 November 1911 - ) Joan Birks ... Other notable Australians named Birks Rev. Martin James Birks (28 October 1840 - 20 February 1915), son of William Birks of ... Birks (14 February 1869 - 29 August 1890) died at home of uncle Charles Birks. William Salter "Will" Birks (7 August 1871 - 16 ... Mrs Birks then ran a store in Angaston, assisted by her sons William and George, who as W. H & G. N. Birks later opened a ...
In the 1960s, Overpool's shops on the north side of Rossmore Road West were: GM Birks (Hairdressers), A & JR Leach (Newsagents ... Overpool became a civil parish in 1866 and was part of Wirral Rural District from 1894. The parish was abolished in 1911 and ...
ISBN 978-0-89577-087-5. Wagner, Thomas; Mayaud, Cyril; Benischke, Ralf; Birk, Steffen (2013-12-01). "Ein besseres Verständnis ... Fritz, Vienna, 1894, OBV . Setz, Wilhelm: The rescue work in the Lurlochhöhle near Semriach - along with a tarp . In the self- ... On April 29, 1894, seven cavers entered the Lurgrotte, despite heavy rainfall. A flash flood occurred while they were inside, ... "ANNO, Die Presse, 1894-05-05, Seite 14". anno.onb.ac.at (in German). p. 2, lower left. Retrieved 2017-04-08. Nationalbibliothek ...
Engmann, Birk; Reuter, Mike: "Spontaneous perception of melodies - hallucination or epilepsy?" Nervenheilkunde 2009 Apr 28: 217 ... Engmann, Birk (2008). "Phosphene und Photopsien - Okzipitallappeninfarkt oder Reizdeprivation?" [Phosphenes and photopsias - ... Sidgwick, Eleanor; Johnson, Alice; and others (1894). Report on the Census of Hallucinations, London: Proceedings of the ... Compared with the English Sidgewick Study of 1894, relative frequencies of sensory modalities differed in the US with fewer ...
Engmann, Birk; Reuter, Mike: "Spontaneous perception of melodies - hallucination or epilepsy?" Nervenheilkunde 2009 Apr 28: 217 ... Engmann, Birk (২০০৮)। "Phosphene und Photopsien - Okzipitallappeninfarkt oder Reizdeprivation?" [Phosphenes and photopsias - ... Sidgwick, Eleanor; Johnson, Alice; and others (1894). Report on the Census of Hallucinations, London: Proceedings of the ...
Birk, Aaron; Robert Krulwich. "Who Wants To Eat Jellyfish Omelets? Dolphin Meatballs? Mouse-On-Toast? These Guys". Krulwich ... Gordon, Elizabeth Oke (1894), The life and correspondence of William Buckland, D.D., F.R.S., John Murray, London. *. "Review of ... Gordon, Mrs [Elizabeth Oke] The life and correspondence of William Buckland, D.D., F.R.S. (1894) pp. 116-118 ... Gordon, (London : J. Murray, 1894) - digital facsimile available from Linda Hall Library ...
Alma Birk, Baroness Birk, British journalist, Labour Party politician and Government minister (b. 1917) ... Moshe Aryeh Freund, Chief Rabbi (av beis din) of the Edah HaChareidis in Jerusalem (b. 1894) ... Eyre de Lanux, American artist, writer, and art deco designer (b. 1894) ...
All-Pro selection Matt Birk (Harvard), Calvin Hill (Yale), Derrick Harmon (Cornell) and 1999 "Mr. Irrelevant" Jim Finn (Penn). ... The RAAC hosted a de facto national championship in rowing during the period 1870-1894. In 1895, Cornell, Columbia, and Penn ...
Bennett, K.D.; Willis, K.J. (2001). "Pollen". In Smol, John P.; Birks, H. John B. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake ... Jasechko, Scott; Sharp, Zachary D.; Gibson, John J.; Birks, S. Jean; Yi, Yi; Fawcett, Peter J. (April 3, 2013). "Terrestrial ...
The monastery's assets in Sønderhald Hundred included the birk or market place of Essenbæk, with a legal jurisdiction ... Randers, Denmark; Randers Amts historiske Samfund, p. 21 Lerdam, Henrik (2004). Birk, lov og ret: Birkerettens historie i ... Kirkegaarden in 1894 measured about two alen (1.26 meter) high, about 37 alen (23.23 meters) from north to south, and about 50 ... The teacher Karl Hansen wrote in 1832 that there were no remains of the monastery, but in 1894 a piece of solid wall was found ...
relocated in September 1929 to Birks Pharmacy Building, Gawler Place, on the Rundle Street corner. Around 1911 Stump & Co. had ... 11 July 1894. p. 2. Retrieved 21 June 2016 - via National Library of Australia. "A Photographer Burnt Out". Adelaide Observer. ... The King William Street studio was severely damaged by fire in July 1894, but was promptly made good, then the building was ...
Super Bowl participants Matt Birk, Rich Diana, John Dockery, Gary Fencik, Pat Graham, Calvin Hill, Kenny Hill, Isaiah ... 1894 November 24 Yale won, 12-4, in Springfield, MA at Hampden Park. The contest, a bloody mess of a game, is known for on- ... class of 1894. The succession of holders has continued consecutively with Allen Rice, Richard P. Hallowell, Douglas Hamilton, ...
Birk; et al. (2011). "Determination of the Avogadro Constant by Counting the Atoms in a 28Si Crystal". Physical Review Letters ... The name mole is an 1897 translation of the German unit Mol, coined by the chemist Wilhelm Ostwald in 1894 from the German word ...
Alma Birk, Baroness Birk, British journalist, Labour Party politician and Government minister (b. 1917) Mireille Hartuch, ... 1894) Bill Monroe, American "father of bluegrass" music (b. 1911) Dick Bouchard, Canadian ice hockey right winger (b. 1934) ... 1894) Leopoldo Benites, 28th President of the United Nations General Assembly Gertrude Blanch, American mathematician (b. 1897 ... 1894) Odysseas Elytis, Greek writer, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1911) Chen Jingrun, Chinese mathematician (b. 1933) Virginia ...
Birks (1965), p. 273. "English Nature grant Salford its very own nature reserves!". english-salford.gov.uk. 21 August 2003. ... Retrieved 8 August 2019.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Birks, H.J.B (1965). "Late-glacial deposits at Bagmere, ... In 1894, the Manchester Ship Canal was opened, running from the River Mersey to Salford Quays; when it was complete it was the ... The ship canal, opened in 1894, forms part of Salford's southern boundaries with Trafford. The city's climate is generally ...
Peter Birks, John Finnis, Andrew Ashworth, Joseph Raz, Jeremy Waldron, Leslie Green, Tony Honoré, Neil MacCormick, Hugh Collins ... "Coleridge, John Duke, first Baron Coleridge (1820-1894)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online). Oxford University ... Lentin, A. "Bowen, Charles Synge Christopher, Baron Bowen (1835-1894)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online). ...
... politician Ado Birk (1883-1942), politician Ivi Eenmaa (born 1943), librarian and politician Kaarel Eenpalu (Karl Einbund, 1888 ... 1894-1984), painter Peeter Allik (1966-2019), painter, black and white artist Efraim Allsalu (1929-2006), painter Jüri Arrak ( ... 1894-1919), officer Ants Laaneots (born 1948), general Johan Laidoner (1884-1953), general, politician Andres Larka (1879-1942 ...
Birks, Tony; Digby, Cornelia Wingfield (1990). Bernard Leach, Hamada & Their Circle. Peter Kinnear (photographs). Oxford: ... Shōji Hamada (濱田 庄司, Hamada Shōji, December 9, 1894 - January 5, 1978) was a Japanese potter. He was a significant influence on ... "Shoji Hamada (1894-1978)" (PDF). Arizona State University. Retrieved 2017-10-09. Reprint, Hamada, S.; Serizawa, Keisuke; ... in 1894 named Shoji (象ニ). After finishing elitist Hibiya High School, he studied ceramics at Tokyo Institute of Technology, ...
In 1892, the jeweller Henry Birks hired Maxwell to design a new store in Montreal's Phillips Square. Maxwell also designed ... Lady Meredith House at 1110 Pine Avenue West, Montreal (1894) Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club - clubhouse (1895) London and ... 1894) Vancouver CPR depot (1898-1914) Charles Meredith House (1904) Edward and William Maxwell at The Canadian Encyclopedia, ...
After an education at the Norwood and Sturt Street State Schools, he was invited by Walter Birks, of Charles Birks & Co., to ... Wellington recommended him to the Primitive Methodist Conference of 1894 for theological training for the Methodist ministry. ...
278 P Birks, 'Receipt' in Birks and Pretto (eds), Breach of Trust (Hart 2002) ch 7 and Lord Nicholls, 'Knowing receipt: the ... P Birks, Unjust Enrichment (2005) 197 For example, see P Birks, Unjust enrichment (2nd edn Clarendon 2005) chs 7 and 8 [1996] ... See P Birks, 'Equity, conscience, and unjust enrichment' (1999) 23 Melbourne University LR 1 and A Burrows, 'We do this at ... Peter Birks, on this ground, has suggested that beneficial interests trusts are a slightly weaker form of proprietary right. ...
Íslenzk Tónverkamiðstöð Reinhold Birk (1923-2013) Rhapsodie for viola and piano (1996); Edition Dohr Gonchigiin Birvaa (1916- ... 1 (1894) Sonata No. 2 in E♭ major for viola and piano, Op. 120 No. 2 (1894) 2 Gesänge (2 Songs) for alto, viola and piano, Op. ... 89 (1894); Breitkopf & Härtel Gilberto Bosco (b. 1946) Cinque Note (Five Notes), Children's Pieces for piano 4-hands with ... 1894-1972) Sonata for viola solo, Op. 12 (1931); Hudební Matice Umělecké Besedy Hans Bornum (1910-1991) Poème for viola and ...
Margaret was a granddaughter of George Napier Birks. Richard Neetlee Bagot (26 February 1904 - ) married Phyllis Heggaton ... James Churchill-Smith, MC and Bar (15 October 1894 - 15 March 1968) served as a Major in both World Wars. His diaries are an ... 15 October 1894 - ) was a World War I hero Bucknall, Graeme. Pioneers of the Old Track: Oodnadatta - Alice Springs, 1870-1929 ...
Peter Birks, Grant McLeod, Justinian's Institutes 7 (1987). E.g., George E. Woodbine (ed.), Samuel E. Thorne (transl.), Bracton ... 1894) or Ames, Chitty, Stephen, Thayer and other writers named in the preface of Perry's Common-law Pleading: its history and ... the influence of British administration of the Eastern half of the Mosquito Coast from the mid-17th century until about 1894, ...
Was killed by Armenian militias Nargiz Birk-Petersen (born 1976), TV presenter Emin Efendi, TV presenter and record producer ... 1894-1938), Chairman of the Presidium of the Communist Party of Azerbaijan SSR and First Secretary of the Communist Party of ... 1894-1980), film director and actor Robert Hossein (born 1927), film director and actor Igrar Aliyev (1924-2004), historian ... 1894-1980), actor Hasanagha Turabov (1938-2003), actor Eldaniz Zeynalov (1937-2001), actor Nasiba Zeynalova (1916-2004), ...
1938 Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy, Perth and Kinross, 1939 Castlebrae Business Centre, Peffer Place, Edinburgh, 1936 Cragburn ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)[verification needed] St Margaret's Hospital (1894 - 1998), Find & Connect. Retrieved 11 ...
The following day, Birks was killed by a shell while attempting to save some of his men. Birks was born in Buckley, Flintshire ... Birks continued on alone. Reaching the rear of the pillbox, he forced the occupants to surrender. Birks then led an attack a ... Birks attempted to dig out these men, "standing exposed", but another shell aimed at the C Coy post killed Birks, and four ... "First World War Service Record - Frederick Birks". National Archives of Australia. Retrieved 9 October 2014. "Frederick BIRKS ...
The Birks were descended from a farming family from Darfield, Yorkshire, who emigrated to Canada in 1832. Birks was educated at ... After the war, Birks rejoined the family jewelry business, and on 21 August 1924, he married Margaret Ryrie of Toronto. Birks ... On 24 May, while flying with Barker, Birks was credited with shooting down Hungarian ace József Kiss of Flik 55J; Birks thus ... "Gerald Birks". The Aerodrome. Retrieved 4 September 2016. Villeneuve, René (2005). "Birks, Henry". Dictionary of Canadian ...
Birks, James. Trade Unionism in Relation to Wages. London, 1897.. --. Trades Unionism: A Criticism and a Warning. London, 1894 ... New York: G.P. Putnams Sons, 1894.. Bronfenbrenner, Martin. "The Incidence of Collective Bargaining." American Economic Review ...
Birk, R. J., R. L. Miller, C. E. Del castillo, T. L. Miller, and J. L. Spann. 2005. "NASA Space Systems Enable Science for ... Birk, R. J., R. L. Miller, C. E. Del castillo, T. L. Miller, and J. L. Spann. 2005. "NASA Space Systems Enable Science for ...
Nõges P, Argillier C, Borja Á, Garmendia JM, Hanganu J, Kodeš V, Pletterbauer F, Sagouis A, Birk S (2016a) Quantified biotic ... The online version of this article (doi: 10.1007/s10584-016-1894-8) contains supplementary material, which is available to ... 10584_2016_1894_MOESM1_ESM.docx (118 kb). ESM 1 (DOCX 118 kb) ... DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-016-1894-8 * Publisher Name ...
Birk, Aaron; Robert Krulwich. "Who Wants To Eat Jellyfish Omelets? Dolphin Meatballs? Mouse-On-Toast? These Guys". Krulwich ... Gordon, Elizabeth Oke (1894), The life and correspondence of William Buckland, D.D., F.R.S., John Murray, London. *. "Review of ... Gordon, Mrs [Elizabeth Oke] The life and correspondence of William Buckland, D.D., F.R.S. (1894) pp. 116-118 ... Gordon, (London : J. Murray, 1894) - digital facsimile available from Linda Hall Library ...
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Son of Albert Henry CHARTIER and Helen Mary nee BIRKS. Resided at 10 Davenport Terrace, Wayville, SA. Occupation prior to ... Born 25 August 1894 at Clarendon, SA. Son of George CHASE and Rebecca nee GIRDLER. of 34 Ebor Ave, Mile End. Occupation prior ... Service no 1894. Private. 48th Battalion. Born 29 August 1894 at Willowie, SA. Son of Moses CHAMBERS and Elizabeth nee NICHOLLS ... Born: 24 June 1894 at Medindie, SA. Son of Charles Frank & Kate Constance CHENNELL nee BEANEY. Of 25 Dutton Tce, Medindie, SA. ...
Engmann, Birk; Reuter, Mike: "Spontaneous perception of melodies - hallucination or epilepsy?" Nervenheilkunde 2009 Apr 28: 217 ... Engmann, Birk (2008). "Phosphene und Photopsien - Okzipitallappeninfarkt oder Reizdeprivation?" [Phosphenes and photopsias - ... Sidgwick, Eleanor; Johnson, Alice; and others (1894). Report on the Census of Hallucinations, London: Proceedings of the ...
Engmann, Birk; Reuter, Mike: "Spontaneous perception of melodies - hallucination or epilepsy?" Nervenheilkunde 2009 Apr 28: 217 ... Engmann, Birk (2008). "Phosphene und Photopsien - Okzipitallappeninfarkt oder Reizdeprivation?" [Phosphenes and photopsias - ... Sidgwick, Eleanor; Johnson, Alice; and others (1894). Report on the Census of Hallucinations, London: Proceedings of the ... Compared with the English Sidgewick Study of 1894, relative frequencies of sensory modalities differed in the US with fewer ...
Walter Richard Birks, 1911 - 1974. Mr Walter Birks, known affectionately to many people as "Tom Birks", died in Rotorua on 3 ... With... More about Walter Richard Birks, 1911 - 1974.. Arthur Montague Ongley OBE, 1882 - 1974. Mr Arthur Ongley has died in ... Allan Bruce Buxton, 1894 - 1959. By Sir Richard Wild Allan Bruce Buxton who succeeded his friend Timothy Cleary [as New Zealand ... His parents were... More about Percy Bosomworth Henderson, 1894 - 1918.. Benson Henry Wyman, 1881 - 1918. Benson Wyman died of ...
Birks, H.J.B.. 2016. Detecting patterns of change in a long pollen-stratigraphical sequence from Funza, Colombia - A comparison ... 1894. The Great Ice Age and its relation to the antiquity of Man. 3rd edn. Stanford, London. ... 1894, 1895), among others, to coin the terms glacial and interglacial to classify these events. ...
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BIRKS, R. I. and COHEN, M. W. (1968). The i n f l u e n c e of i n t e r n a l sodium on the behaviour of motor nerve endings. ... Birks and Cohen, 1968; Rahamimoff e t - - a l ; , 1980). I n t e r e s t i n g l y , M i s l e r and Hurlbut (1983) were able ... 1894) ob-served a temporary d e c u r a r i z i n g e f f e c t of t e t a n i c s t i m u l a t i o n i n the h e a v i l y c ... BOEHM, R. (1894). E i n i g e Beobachtungen uber die Nervenwirkung des Curarin Arch; - Exp. Path. -Pharmakol; 35_: 16-22. ...
Karamitsos TD., Arnold JR., Pegg TJ., Francis JM., Birks J., Jerosch-Herold M., Neubauer S., Selvanayagam JB.. ... More patients with syndrome X (17/18 [94%]) developed chest pain during adenosine stress than controls (6/14 [43%]; P=0.004). ...
Birks essay, "The Listening Room," tells of her hospitalization for an acute and excruciating muscular disease when she was a ... with an essay by Lara Birk 98. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 2007. 329 pp. $37.95 paperback. This collection ... In 1894, two wealthy merchants made a high-stakes wager: could a woman ride a bicycle around the globe? A working-class Jewish ...
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Birks, ed.,Rutherford at Manchester (London, 1962); Albert Parry, ed.,Peter Kapitsa on Life and Science (New York, 1968); Notes ... Birks, ed., Rutherford at Manchester (1962), and Alfred Romer, ed., The Discovery of Radioactivity and Transmutation (1964). ... in 1894. His activities until mid-1895 are not known for certain: but he seems to have continued this line of research under ... In 1894, in part because of his original work, he was awarded a scholarship to study at Trinity College, Cambridge, with famed ...
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Hassell JR Birk DE. The molecular basis of corneal transparency. Exp Eye Res . 2010;91:326-335. [CrossRef] [PubMed] ...
Animal research myths refuted: benefits outweigh stereotypes Josh Birk/The Argus Her first novel having been recently released ... Animal research myths refuted: benefits outweigh stereotypes Josh Birk/The Argus Her first novel having been recently released ... Argus issues published from 1894-Spring 2003 were scanned at 600 dpi on a NM1000-SS scanner by Northern Micrographics, La ... The Argus, Illinois Wesleyan University; printed by The Pantagraph, Bloomington, IL from 1894-2009 and P&P Press, Peoria, IL ...
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 103:1894-1899. doi:10.1073/pnas.0508983103. ...
be of: synchronous Inuguat - Birks, hjb, Birks, hh. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 58(1): 119-120. ... 39; electron-positron-ion Turkestan Expedition of 1893 and 1894. essential physical Journal, 59(1): 255-276. 39; nonlinear shop ...
J Neurosci 30:14273-14283. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1894-10.2010 pmid:20962248. ...
Kracht, Matthias und Birk, S. und Reisinger, E. (2005) Mediennutzung und Kommunikationsverhalten Jugendlicher im Wochenverlauf ... 1894, Seiten 249-257. TRB 83rd Annual Meeting, 2004-01-11 - 2004-01-15, Washington, DC (USA). ...
Mary Bowes was born about 1796 in Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England.1 She married Richard Birks, son of Richard Birks and Mary ... Children of Mary Bowes and Richard Birks. *Jonathan Roberts Birks+ b. 1823, d. 9 Jun 1887 ... S1086] E-mails between Catherine Harris née Birks and Jan Cooper from 9 November 2009. ... she was listed as the wife of Richard Birks.4 In the census of 7 April 1861 in Fartown, Pudsey, Yorkshire, England, she was ...
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Bastrup-Birk A., Biala K., Romao C., Piroddi C., Egoh B., Fiorina C., Santos F., Narusevicius V., Verboven J., Pereira H., ... Bastrup-Birk A., Biala K., Piroddi C., Egoh B., Degeorges P., Fiorina C., Santos-Martin F., Narusevicius V., Verboven J., ... Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64 1884-1894. See more Lillebø A.I., Cleary D.R.F., Marques B., Reis A., Lopes da Silva T., Calado R ...
Birks, Thomas Rawson.. Modern physical fatalism and the doctrine of evolution, including an examination of Mr H. Spencers ... Birks, Thomas Rawson.. The scripture doctrine of creation, with reference to religious nihilism and modern theories of ... London, 1894. Title no: 1.1.11588 (3 mf). Philosophy. Iverach, James.. Is God knowable?. London, 1884. Title no: 1.1.11589 (3 ... London, 1891, 1894. Title no: 1.1.10903 (18 mf). Science. Kidd, Benjamin.. Social evolution.. London, 1894. Title no: 1.1.10889 ...
o - T J Monarch opens the Eagle Distillery at Birk City (T.J. Monarch, Imperial, and Cliff Falls brands) (History of Daviess ... 1894 - James Thompson marries Atlanta W Barton (C Lee, Hist of Glenmore). o - George Dickel dies. (N Morgan 18/11/91). o - ...
  • On 26 June 1915, Birks was wounded by shrapnel but returned to service the next day, remaining on Gallipoli until 9 September. (wikipedia.org)
  • Birks enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force on 31 August 1915, serving as a lieutenant in the 73rd Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada), and was wounded in November 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. (wikipedia.org)
  • During the battle, Birks was carrying wounded under heavy shell and rifle fire, in areas where stretchers were unable to reach. (wikipedia.org)
  • Unfailing and emotional, Sheffie dating marlin 1894 rifle lets go single man log saw of her grandmother, enviously envying her. (jongclemente.tk)
  • Birks left school at fourteen, before entering the workforce as a labourer and steel rollerman in nearby Shotton. (wikipedia.org)
  • Birks left No. 66 Squadron on 1 July 1918, returning to the Home Establishment to serve as an instructor at the School of Aerial Fighting and Gunnery from September. (wikipedia.org)
  • Birks, James. (mises.org)
  • By late in the century the recognition that glacial ice had extended multiple times, their deposits being separated by fossil-bearing beds yielding evidence that temperate climate episodes intervened, led James Geikie (1894 , 1895 ), among others, to coin the terms 'glacial' and 'interglacial' to classify these events. (lyellcollection.org)
  • The youngest of six siblings, Birks was five years old when his father died in a coal-mining accident. (wikipedia.org)
  • His father was a partner in the jewelers Henry Birks & Sons with his father and brothers. (wikipedia.org)
  • On 9 June Birks set another Albatros D.V on fire in mid-air. (wikipedia.org)