Study of stamps or postal markings. It usually refers to the design and commemorative aspects of the stamp.
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)
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE service for health professionals and consumers. It links extensive information from the National Institutes of Health and other reviewed sources of information on specific diseases and conditions.
Information systems, usually computer-assisted, designed to store, manipulate, and retrieve information for planning, organizing, directing, and controlling administrative activities associated with the provision and utilization of radiology services and facilities.
Information intended for potential users of medical and healthcare services. There is an emphasis on self-care and preventive approaches as well as information for community-wide dissemination and use.
Platforms that provide the ability and tools to create and publish information accessed via the INTERNET. Generally these platforms have three characteristics with content user generated, high degree of interaction between creator and viewer, and easily integrated with other sites.
A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
Time period from 2001 through 2100 of the common era.
A state in southeastern Australia, the southernmost state. Its capital is Melbourne. It was discovered in 1770 by Captain Cook and first settled by immigrants from Tasmania. In 1851 it was separated from New South Wales as a separate colony. Self-government was introduced in 1851; it became a state in 1901. It was named for Queen Victoria in 1851. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p1295 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, p574)
One of the Indian Ocean Islands, east of Madagascar. Its capital is Port Louis. It was discovered by the Portuguese in 1505, occupied by the Dutch 1598-1710, held by the French 1715-1810 when the British captured it, formally ceded to the British in 1814, and became independent in 1968. It was named by the Dutch in honor of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange (1567-1625). (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p742 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p341)
The deliberate attempt to influence attitudes and beliefs for furthering one's cause or damaging an opponent's cause.
A country in northern Africa bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between MOROCCO and TUNISIA. Its capital is Algiers.
Days commemorating events. Holidays also include vacation periods.
A belief or practice which lacks adequate basis for proof; an embodiment of fear of the unknown, magic, and ignorance.
Occasions to commemorate an event or occasions designated for a specific purpose.
Measurement of the various properties of light.
The fifth planet in order from the sun. It is one of the five outer planets of the solar system. Its sixteen natural satellites include Callisto, Europa, Ganymede, and Io.
The environment outside the earth or its atmosphere. The environment may refer to a closed cabin (such as a space shuttle or space station) or to space itself, the moon, or other planets.
The solid substance formed by the FREEZING of water.
Financial assistance to impoverished persons for the essentials of living through federal, state or local government programs.
An angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor. It is used in patients with hypertension and heart failure.
Functions, equipment, and facilities concerned with the preparation and distribution of ready-to-eat food.
A republic in southern Africa, south of ANGOLA and west of BOTSWANA. Its capital is Windhoek.
Medium-sized terrestrial carnivores, in the genus Canis, family CANIDAE. Three species are recognized, two found only in Africa and one found in Africa, Europe, and Asia.
Activities or games, usually involving physical effort or skill. Reasons for engagement in sports include pleasure, competition, and/or financial reward.
Rare cutaneous eruption characterized by extensive KERATINOCYTE apoptosis resulting in skin detachment with mucosal involvement. It is often provoked by the use of drugs (e.g., antibiotics and anticonvulsants) or associated with PNEUMONIA, MYCOPLASMA. It is considered a continuum of Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis.
A viral encephalitis caused by the St. Louis encephalitis virus (ENCEPHALITIS VIRUS, ST. LOUIS), a FLAVIVIRUS. It is transmitted to humans and other vertebrates primarily by mosquitoes of the genus CULEX. The primary animal vectors are wild birds and the disorder is endemic to the midwestern and southeastern United States. Infections may be limited to an influenza-like illness or present as an ASEPTIC MENINGITIS or ENCEPHALITIS. Clinical manifestations of the encephalitic presentation may include SEIZURES, lethargy, MYOCLONUS, focal neurologic signs, COMA, and DEATH. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p750)
A species of FLAVIVIRUS, one of the Japanese encephalitis virus group (ENCEPHALITIS VIRUSES, JAPANESE), which is the etiologic agent of ST. LOUIS ENCEPHALITIS in the United States, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.
The membrane system of the CELL NUCLEUS that surrounds the nucleoplasm. It consists of two concentric membranes separated by the perinuclear space. The structures of the envelope where it opens to the cytoplasm are called the nuclear pores (NUCLEAR PORE).
A federal area located between Maryland and Virginia on the Potomac river; it is coextensive with Washington, D.C., which is the capital of the United States.
Naturally occurring complex liquid hydrocarbons which, after distillation, yield combustible fuels, petrochemicals, and lubricants.
A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
Cell surface proteins that bind ATRIAL NATRIURETIC FACTOR with high affinity and trigger intracellular changes influencing the behavior of cells. They contain intrinsic guanylyl cyclase activity.
A republic in western Africa, south of GUINEA and east of COTE D'IVOIRE. Its capital is Monrovia.
A general term encompassing three types of excision of the external female genitalia - Sunna, clitoridectomy, and infibulation. It is associated with severe health risks and has been declared illegal in many places, but continues to be widely practiced in a number of countries, particularly in Africa.
The development and establishment of environmental conditions favorable to the health of the public.
1861-1865 conflict between the Union (Northern states) and the 11 Southern states that seceded and were organized as the Confederate States of America.
The amounts spent by individuals, groups, nations, or private or public organizations for total health care and/or its various components. These amounts may or may not be equivalent to the actual costs (HEALTH CARE COSTS) and may or may not be shared among the patient, insurers, and/or employers.
Payment by individuals or their family for health care services which are not covered by a third-party payer, either insurance or medical assistance.

Centennial of the string galvanometer and the electrocardiogram. (1/7)

This article is a review of the history of the string galvanometer and of the electrocardiogram (ECG) on the occasion of the centennial of the instrument. Einthoven most likely developed the string galvanometer prior to 1901, the date of the first publication. The galvanometer made electrocardiography practical creating a new branch of medicine and even a new industry. In 1791 Galvani, in 1842 Mateucci and in 1855 Kolliker and Muller recorded, using the nerve muscle preparation, contraction of injured muscle, contraction of muscle when laid across a beating heart, and occasionally two contractions. In 1872 Lippmann introduced the capillary manometer. Using the capillary manometer Waller recorded for the first time from body surface voltage changes generated by the heart. Einthoven and Lewis dominated the early years of electrocardiography. The former made his contributions by 1913 while Lewis continued the studies of arrhythmias until 1920. The period following 1920 was influenced largely by Wilson. None did as much to advance ECG knowledge as did Wilson. The interest shifted to the theory of the ECG, abnormalities of wave form and of ECG leads. A major contribution of the ECG is in evaluation of ischemic heart disease and cardiac arrhythmias. Issues facing electrocardiography in the year 2000 include a shortage of experienced electrocardiographers, the advent of new noninvasive procedures and, paradoxically, wide acceptance of the ECG by the medical profession. The role of the computer in analysis of the clinical ECG is limited. The technique, while reasonably reliable for analysis of the normal tracing and some ECG waveforms, has serious limitations when applied to arrhythmias. The early hopes for "stand-alone" programs are yet to be realized.  (+info)

Stamping out cancer. (2/7)

It is universally acknowledged that if cancer is to be controlled, prevention and down staging are essential. In the year 2000 about 10 million new cases were registered, while 6.3 million people died from cancer worldwide. Stamps are regarded as a very useful and educative tool in fighting cancer by creating awareness and raising money for treatment and research. This year (2003) is the seventy-fifth anniversary of the issue of the first anticancer stamps in 1928, so an up-to-date review of the field of oncophilately is timely.  (+info)

The Krukenberg hand. (3/7)

Little has been published about the Krukenberg operation, which has been regarded as primarily indicated for the blind patient with bilateral hand amputations. Of the 35 Krukenberg cineplasty operations I have performed in the last 36 years, only two have been on blind patients. The operation provides forearm amputees with pincers which allow them to perform tasks without a prosthesis, but does not preclude the use of any type of aid. The author's operative procedure is described and the results illustrate its practical application for most patients.  (+info)

Adolphe Quetelet (1796-1874)--the average man and indices of obesity. (4/7)

The quest for a practical index of relative body weight that began shortly after actuaries reported the increased mortality of their overweight policyholders culminated after World War II, when the relationship between weight and cardiovascular disease became the subject of epidemiological studies. It became evident then that the best index was the ratio of the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters, or the Quetelet Index described in 1832. Adolphe Quetelet (1796-1874) was a Belgian mathematician, astronomer and statistician, who developed a passionate interest in probability calculus that he applied to study human physical characteristics and social aptitudes. His pioneering cross-sectional studies of human growth led him to conclude that other than the spurts of growth after birth and during puberty, 'the weight increases as the square of the height', known as the Quetelet Index until it was termed the Body Mass Index in 1972 by Ancel Keys (1904-2004). For his application of comparative statistics to social conditions and moral issues, Quetelet is considered a founder of the social sciences. His principal work, 'A Treatise of Man and the development of his faculties' published in 1835 is considered 'one of the greatest books of the 19th century'. A tireless promoter of statistical data collection based on standard methods and definitions, Quetelet organized in 1853 the first International Statistical Congress, which launched the development of 'a uniform nomenclature of the causes of death applicable to all countries', progenitor of the current International Classification of Diseases.  (+info)

A brief Iranian medical history through commemorative postage stamps. (5/7)

Medical philately provides a useful medium for the study of medical history. There are a handful of Iranian stamps which have been issued with a medical theme. This report briefly reviews the history of Iranian medicine through Iranian commemorative postage stamps. Some notable stamps are presented.  (+info)

Honoring Avicenna, the great Persian physician on the world's postage stamps. (6/7)

 (+info)

Life story of Dr. Hulusi Behcet. (7/7)

Dr. Hulusi Behcet was born on February 20, 1889 in Istanbul. He graduated from Gulhane Military Medical Academy in 1910 and then he specialized in Dermatology and Venereal Diseases. He served in the Edirne Military Hospital between 1914-1918 and then went to Budapest and Berlin to improve his knowledge. In 1923, he started at the Istanbul Medical Faculty as an academic staff and with university reform in 1933, he was appointed as a professor to Department of Dermatology and Venereal Diseases and continued his career there until his death in 1948. Three patients whom he had consulted for years and who shared similar symptoms made him suspect a new disease and a viral etiology which may play a role in the appearance of this disease. After several discussions and publications, medical literature had accepted Behcet's Disease as a special entity. Dr. Behcet published a total of 196 articles, 53 of which were published in prestigious international journals.  (+info)

Welcome to the assessment department of the Philately WikiProject! This department focuses on assessing the quality of Wikipedias articles related to Philately. While much of the work is done in conjunction with the WP:1.0 program, the article ratings are also used within the project itself to aid in recognizing excellent contributions and identifying topics in need of further work. The ratings are done in a distributed fashion through parameters in the {{WikiProject Philately}} project banner; this causes the articles to be placed in the appropriate sub-categories of Category:Philately articles by quality and Category:Philately articles by importance, which serves as the foundation for an automatically generated worklist. ...
Stamps have long been recognised as paper ambassadors. They have been used for propaganda purposes, promoting campaigns of the World Health Organisation1 and other medical topics.2-4 Paediatric philately is the study of postage stamps that represent themes related to paediatrics.5 The definition will not be stretched to include all stamps displaying children, but be confined to those relevant to paediatrics.. I decided to determine the scope of paediatric philately and searched for stamps through collectors, catalogues, and philatelic bureaux.6 I was particularly interested in which areas of child health have received most attention on stamps world wide.. I discovered that a wide range of situations relevant to paediatrics have received representation on stamps. Some examples of paediatric philately are a mother receiving a newborn baby from a nurse (Hungary 1954), breast feeding (Sri Lanka 1982, 1985, Mauritius 1988), the mother and child theme (Malawi 1964), children being fed (Algiers 1944, ...
Stamp Heads/Postage Stamp People ATC Swap Organised by: Rebecca (scrap3d) Sign up by: 30 April 2014 Send to host: 31 May 2014 Return by host: 7 June 2014 Does anyone fancy an ATC swap with a difference? Make ATCs with people on them using postage stamps as heads. There are some examples here that I made (although they are a little bigger than ATCs). Get some postage stamps which have heads on them and add them to images of bodies and viola - stamp head people! Send me 5 stamp head
Two women in Paraguay yesterday display enlargements of a set of commemorative postage stamps issued by Paraguay to mark its bicentennial and the Republic of Chinas centennial.May 17, 2011 ...
Webshop Item, Philately, Mixed worldwide lots, 1959, Mint Never Hinged, International Organisations, European Union 22 diff stamps, Európai Unió motívum 22 klf bélyeg
Vintage automobile necklace - this square unisex pendant features the Chic Car from 1924 on postage stamp from Australia 1984 making a really cool, quirky gift idea especially for Fathers Day and any motoring enthusiast. The postage stamp necklaces from this series get lots of interest at markets, particularly from pe
20 vintage postage stamps from England 1960s ------------------------------------- I LOVE postage stamps! Theyre perfect for scrabble tile pendants, mixed media pieces, artist trading cards, collages and handmade cards. Try cutting out some bodies from
Nine 1950s + 1960s Postage Stamps from Pakistan ------------------------------------- Postage stamps are perfect for using in collage, ATCs, visual journals, mixed media pieces and on greeting cards. Who doesnt love them? --------------------------------------
1d Carmine-Rose Die I and bisected Die II tied by Sydney machine-cancel to 1918 (29 Nov) cover (flap fault) to Moree. Unauthorised bisect in response to War Tax increase in letter rate to 1 d on 28.10.1918. Possibly the only Die II utilised for ...
The 6-cent Blood Donors commemorative postage stamp was issued in New York City on March 12, 1971.The release of the stamp aimed to increase participation in the blood donor program and remind citizens of the importance of giving blood.. The stamp was designed by Howard Munce and was issued in panes of fifty, with an initial printing of 130 million.. Reference: Postal Bulletin (February 11, 1971).. ...
Thank you guys! Mar 29, 2016 - (2) Bani Thani, Indias Mona Lisa - You Arts - Quora This painting became the very symbol of Kishangarh miniatures and was even featured on a commemorative postage stamp issued by the Indian Government in 1973. At this difficult time, it becomes even more important that we have access to information that has a bearing on our health and well-being, our lives, and livelihoods. Or theres the Curious Case of the Curse of the Caves at Ajanta. Aveti vreo intrebare? The box is hinged -with a burgundy lining inside. It is simply gorgeous. What does she think of the current state? Find mobile-friendly version of articles from the days newspaper in one easy-to-read list. Happy trail to you. Thank you so much for this. Or how Dr Vishnu Wakankar discovered the rock paintings at Bhimbetka. singing of the beauty of Radha Savant Singh sang of the bewitching almond-shaped but too long eyes with delicately carved eye-brows The painting Subscribe to The Hindu now and get ...
Two news reports from August 2, 2011, place the true horror of the Obama presidency into stark relief.. First, the world learned that Vladimir Putin had attended the annual convention of his Hitler-Jugend equivalent, Nashi, and boldly declared that the U.S.A. is a nation of parasites who are living beyond their means and shifting a part of the weight of their problems to the world economy. For an encore, Putin tried to bend a frying pan.. Then, Voice of Russia (the Kremlins propaganda equivalent of Voice of America) revealed that the Kremlin has issued a series of commemorative postage stamps to celebrate the 50th birthday of Barack Obama.. Juxtaposing these two reports is really mind-boggling. Thats right: The regime that thinks we are parasites loves our president! What does that tell you about how our president probably feels about us?. Of course, for Putin to call Americans parasites is rather odd. Russians, after all, have a per capita GDP which is exceeded by the likes of Uruguay and ...
Kenya, Uganda, Tanganyika (KUT) is the name on British postage stamps made for use in the British colonies of Kenya, Uganda, and Tanganyika. The stamps were circulated between 1935 and 1963 by the joint postal service of the three colonies, the East African Posts and Telecommunications Administration. Even after independence, the new separate nations continued to use the KUT stamps, and they remained valid for postage until 1977. The first stamps marked Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika were issued in 1935, in the form of common design commemoratives for the Silver Jubilee of King George V as well as a definitive series featuring a profile of the king and local scenes. They replaced stamps marked Kenya and Uganda and East Africa and Uganda Protectorates. The definitives included a dramatic departure from the usual engraved stamps of the period; the 10c and £1 stamp were typographed and had a silhouette of a lion, with color combinations of black/yellow and black/red, respectively. The same ...
Get information, facts, and pictures about Charles Adolphe Wurtz at Encyclopedia.com. Make research projects and school reports about Charles Adolphe Wurtz easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and dictionary.
Shop Hoot Owl Personalized U.S. Postcard Postage Stamp created by MoodsOfMaggie. Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is!
Danish post issued a stamp and a souvenir featuring new electric bicycle as a part of Europa 2013 series. Postal Vehicles is the theme of this years EUROPA stamp. The Danish stamp shows the new three-wheel electric bicycle Post Danmark …. Read More » ...
As a specialist on Texas postal history - he self-published the Texas Postal History Handbook in 1980 - Deaton has handled some of the authentic stamps and was first to acquire what is referred to as a Goliad 10-cent Type II stamp in 1988 from the Moody family in Victoria. According to the book, it last sold in 1994 for more than $20,000.. ...
5c blue Numeral issue, perf 12 a fine used block of four with complete central strike of undated oval OFNA DE CORREOS EN BARRANCA DEL ORO TAMAULIPAS cancel. Superb. (SG 212)
Stamp Auctions - Prestige Philately - bringing to the market the best stamp and postal item collections in the field of Australasian and Worldwide philately.
Idlewild [Hotel] near Medina, Pennsylvania to the U.S.S. Trenton at London: July 31, 1877. Envelope or Cover. Four-page letter with an accompanying envelope addressed to Louis D. Beylard, U.S.S. Trenton, in care of Mr. B. F. Stevens of London. The envelope is franked with a blue 5-cent Taylor stamp (Scott..... More ...
Heres a set of 5 Israeli stamps to commemorate the new year in 1967. Lots of cool patterns happening in these decorative depictions of the Torah ...
Of course, the method of supplying oysters has also changed over the years. Most are farmed in the Royal Bay of Grouville benefitting from the daily natural filtering effect of Jerseys unique tide and crystal clear water. Where once a frenzy of oyster boats dredged the bottom of the sea, rows of oyster beds are now tended to by staff at low tide with the use of tractors and trailers and modern vessels are used to transport staff and deliver large volumes to France ...
Alaska and Washington DC: 2001. Unbound. This NPR-A (National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska) Update newsletter was sent from Alaska to the Department of Energy in Washington, DC. It has a meter postmark dated 11-30-01 and bears a two-line, blue MAIL SANITIZED handstamp located between the postmark and mailing address. The newsletter and..... More ...
Of course, the method of supplying oysters has also changed over the years. Most are farmed in the Royal Bay of Grouville benefitting from the daily natural filtering effect of Jerseys unique tide and crystal clear water. Where once a frenzy of oyster boats dredged the bottom of the sea, rows of oyster beds are now tended to by staff at low tide with the use of tractors and trailers and modern vessels are used to transport staff and deliver large volumes to France ...
This game is a very old one. The objective of the game is to throw small objects (stones, coins etc) into one or several holes made in a piece of wood placed on top of a barrel. After the 19th century a frog was often added on one extremity of the piece of wood, giving to the game its name the game of the frog. If you could succeed throwing the object into the mouth of the frog then you could win much more points. The frog was sometimes replaced by other sculpted animals, even by human heads. It seems this game is rather famous in the north of France, but it is played in other places in the world such as in South American where the game is known as sapo (toad) or rana frog. ...
Commission your favorite Adolphe Charles Marais oil paintings from thousands of available paintings. All Adolphe Charles Marais paintings are hand painted and include a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Mark and David Brandon welcome you to the all new Brandon Galleries stamp dealers website of rare stamps, and stamp errors for philately, stamp collecting and stamp investment, all listed by Stanley Gibbons numbers. We invite you to browse through the finest selection of rare Great Britain stamp errors and British Commonwealth postage stamp errors available in todays philatelic marketplace.
height(m)2. The measurement was invented in the 1800s by Adolphe Quetelet and as such is sometimes referred to as the Quetelet scale.. The main problem found by many experts including us is that it does not take into consideration a persons gender, lean mass, bone density or muscle mass and is simply comparing your height to your weight. Train Learn Go consults countless athletes including many body builders and even the British Power Lifting Champion Andy Spiers all of which have high bone density, a very large degree of muscle mass but crucially very low body fat. Due to the nature of the BMI scale almost all of them are considered obese according to the BMI scale despite being in incredible physical condition. On the opposite end of the scale a horse jockey who will be quite slight but still in very good physical shape with average body fat would be considered severely underweight.. Train Learn Go prefers to measure your body fat % using a pair of calipers followed by your weight on the ...
height(m)2. The measurement was invented in the 1800s by Adolphe Quetelet and as such is sometimes referred to as the Quetelet scale.. The main problem found by many experts including us is that it does not take into consideration a persons gender, lean mass, bone density or muscle mass and is simply comparing your height to your weight. Train Learn Go consults countless athletes including many body builders and even the British Power Lifting Champion Andy Spiers all of which have high bone density, a very large degree of muscle mass but crucially very low body fat. Due to the nature of the BMI scale almost all of them are considered obese according to the BMI scale despite being in incredible physical condition. On the opposite end of the scale a horse jockey who will be quite slight but still in very good physical shape with average body fat would be considered severely underweight.. Train Learn Go prefers to measure your body fat % using a pair of calipers followed by your weight on the ...
height(m)2. The measurement was invented in the 1800s by Adolphe Quetelet and as such is sometimes referred to as the Quetelet scale.. The main problem found by many experts including us is that it does not take into consideration a persons gender, lean mass, bone density or muscle mass and is simply comparing your height to your weight. Train Learn Go consults countless athletes including many body builders and even the British Power Lifting Champion Andy Spiers all of which have high bone density, a very large degree of muscle mass but crucially very low body fat. Due to the nature of the BMI scale almost all of them are considered obese according to the BMI scale despite being in incredible physical condition. On the opposite end of the scale a horse jockey who will be quite slight but still in very good physical shape with average body fat would be considered severely underweight.. Train Learn Go prefers to measure your body fat % using a pair of calipers followed by your weight on the ...
height(m)2. The measurement was invented in the 1800s by Adolphe Quetelet and as such is sometimes referred to as the Quetelet scale.. The main problem found by many experts including us is that it does not take into consideration a persons gender, lean mass, bone density or muscle mass and is simply comparing your height to your weight. Train Learn Go consults countless athletes including many body builders and even the British Power Lifting Champion Andy Spiers all of which have high bone density, a very large degree of muscle mass but crucially very low body fat. Due to the nature of the BMI scale almost all of them are considered obese according to the BMI scale despite being in incredible physical condition. On the opposite end of the scale a horse jockey who will be quite slight but still in very good physical shape with average body fat would be considered severely underweight.. Train Learn Go prefers to measure your body fat % using a pair of calipers followed by your weight on the ...
BMI, or Body Mass Index, was developed by the Belgian statistician and anthropometrist Adolphe Quetelet (1796-1874). It is calculated by dividing the subjects weight in kilograms by the square of his/her height in metres (BMI = kg / m2). The current definitions commonly in use establish the following values, agreed in 1997 and published in 2000: anorexia : |17.5 underweight : |19.1 (women) or |20.7 (men) in normal range ideal weight : 19.1-25.8 (women) or 20.7-26.4 (men) marginally
An increasing dissatisfaction with the use of Body Mass Index (BMI) for measuring obesity has led scientists to develop a new way to measure obesity without having people step on the scale.. The new measure, called the Body Adiposity Index, or BAI, relies on height and hip measurements whereas BMI relies on a ratio of height and weight.. Richard Bergman of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, and colleagues have published their findings on the new BAI in the journal Obesity.. Obesity is a growing problem in the United States and throughout the world. It is a risk factor for many chronic diseases. BMI is used in many schools to assess at risk children for obesity.. BMI was invented by Lambert Adolphe Quetelet more than 200 years ago. His Body Mass Index (also called the Quetelet Index) which remains the current simple measurement for obesity to this day. BMI is not without its flaws. Many believe it is only valid for people over the age of 20. It often puts professional ...
He studied at the University of Liège, where he graduated as a doctor of physical and mathematical sciences in 1829. In that year Joseph Plateau submitted his doctoral thesis to his mentor Adolphe Quetelet for advice. It contained only 27 pages, but formulated a great number of fundamental conclusions. It contained the first results of his research into the effect of colours on the retina (duration, intensity and colour), his mathematical research into the intersections of revolving curves (locus), the observation of the distortion of moving images, and the reconstruction of distorted images through counter revolving discs (he dubbed these anorthoscopic discs).In 1832, Plateau invented an early stroboscopic device, the phenakistoscope, the first device to give the illusion of a moving image. It consisted of two disks, one with small equidistant radial windows, through which the viewer could look, and another containing a sequence of images. When the two disks rotated at the correct speed, the ...
80% off a Hand Made Oil Painting Reproduction of The Offering, one of the most famous paintings by Adolphe Monticelli. Free certificate of authenticity free shipping.
80% off a Hand Made Oil Painting Reproduction of The Flowerseller, one of the most famous paintings by Adolphe Jourdan. Free certificate of authenticity free shipping.
★ Image resolution: 1809×2517 px. Information about the painting, location, other paintings of the artist. Album: Adolphe William Bouguereau, #180/310.
Adolphe Charles Adam (24 July 1803 - 3 May 1856)[1] was a French composer and music critic. He composed many operas and ballets. He is best known today for his ballets Giselle (1841) and Le corsaire (1856, his last work), and his operas Le postillon de Lonjumeau (1836), Le toréador (1849), and Si jétais roi (1852, often regarded as his finest work). He also composed the popular Christmas carol Minuit, chrétiens! (O Holy Night) (1847). Adam was also a teacher. Léo Delibes was among his pupils. ...
Adolphe Menjou on WN Network delivers the latest Videos and Editable pages for News & Events, including Entertainment, Music, Sports, Science and more, Sign up and share your playlists.
Official profile of Olympic athlete Adolphe KLINGELHOFER (born 01 Jan 0001), including games, medals, results, photos, videos and news.
Professional Mammals Adolphe Stock Photos. Page 2. Professional stock photos for commercial or personal use for reasonable prices
Oh, I dont know. You do one stamp. If you screw up, you find another cover and try again with the lessons learned. If you feel confident, you do the next stamp. At any time after the first, if you screw up so badly that its irretrievable, you have the options of removing the successful forgeries and calling it stamp(s) on piece, or you could (for example) abrade away the screwed-up bit and leave only the bits that worked. Although in the latter case, clearly no-one would believe it wasnt faked if one of the stamps was damaged like that. Oh hang on ... If you do more than one, you create a presumption of innocence and can relax in the knowledge that people will point out how no forger could possibly be foolish enough to do more than the bare minimum necessary and therefore it must be genuine. Damn, how dastardly ...
Knowing their target market has allowed E-Stamp to build a very focused and effective distribution network with access to potential small-business customers spending between $50 and $500 a month on postage. E-Stamp Internet Postage is the only Internet postage service that allows for the printing of digital stamps without maintaining a constant connection to the Internet. The complete E-Stamp Internet Postage solution package costs $49.99 and includes the E-Stamp software, an electronic vault that stores postage downloaded from the Internet, and a starter kit with documentation and labels. When postage is purchased, E-Stamp charges a 10 percent convenience fee with a minimum of $4.99 and a maximum of $24.99 per purchase. There are no monthly fees or minimums. About E-Stamp E-Stamp provides an easy-to-use Internet postage solution that enables customers to purchase, download and print postage directly from their personal computer. The purchased postage can be printed onto envelopes, labels or ...
Discover details about the following stamp from Canada: 50 years of polio vaccination in Canada. This stamp was issued by the Canada postal administration in 2005.
International Tracked & Signed provides full end to end tracking, a signature on delivery and online delivery confirmation, while International Signed is tracked until the point the letter leaves the UK and provides the reassurance of a signature taken on delivery. These are two variants of the UPU registered service and countries accept either one or the other, depending on whether they have online tracking or not. Originally the services could not be used to Post Office Box addresses (as these frequently do not provide a signature on delivery, and are generally not directly available to non-Post Office delivery companies that Royal Mail may transfer mail to in certain countries - e.g. Germany). More recently (from autumn 2017) Royal Mail merely recommend that they not be used to PO Box addresses. Africa and the Middle East, where PO Boxes are the normal method of delivery, have been an exception throughout ...
I would send you all the money I have, but to do that, Ill have to buy a postage stamp. If I buy a postage stamp, Ill have no money left. I would send you the stamp, but that too would cost money. I believe you should come up with a solution to this paradox, which should become the Chicken-Goat. paradox ...
Looking for online definition of postage stamp in the Medical Dictionary? postage stamp explanation free. What is postage stamp? Meaning of postage stamp medical term. What does postage stamp mean?
United States Commemorative Postage Stamp, Centennial West Virginia Statehood, Issued June 20, 1967 in Wheeling, West Virginia, First Day of Iss
By J Poet. Scott Joplin was one of the first African-American composers to win a broad audience in mainstream white America and while he didnt invent ragtime, a syncopated piano music that was said to have been invented in an attempt to transpose black banjo music to the piano, he surely perfected it, creating dozens of melodies that continue to amuse and amaze pianists and layperson alike almost a century after they were composed. Joplin died penniless in 1917, but his music lives on. He was awarded a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for music in 1976 and hes honored on a 1983 Black History commemorative postage stamp.. Joplins biography is sketchy. He moved around a lot and his many bankruptcies scattered any personal papers that may have survived. He was born in 1868, in Texarkana. His father had been a slave, his mother a freeborn black woman. Both parents were musicians and augmented their salaries by playing weddings, funerals, and parties. Joplin learned to play on a neighbors piano; at 11 ...
Golden butterfly, 1967 Fujeira stamp from al Fujairah, United Arab Emirates, a beautiful big square butterfly pendant necklace perfect for birthday or anniversary gift and for butterfly and stamp collectors. This 50 year old (plus) postage stamp has beautiful metallic golden butterfly and delicate floral artwork. Detai
Namibia post issued a set of four Olympic stamps to mark 30th Olympic LONDON 2012. The 2012 Summer Olympic Games, officially the Games of the XXX Olympiad, are scheduled to take place in London, United Kingdom, from 27 July to …. Read More » ...
I remember twenty years ago visiting Dr Ceresa. He produced a box. It had come from a Swiss auction and had originally weighed 12 kilos. Dr Ceresa had taken out what he wanted for reference and offered me the remainders, all of it Chassepot reprint material. I paid a penny a stamp. I think Dr Ceresa made a profit. I made a profit too because I soon found someone who wanted to buy thousands from me, at 3 pennies a stamp. But that was in the days before the Internet ...
Before speaking about the third stamp, let me give few words about the history of San Marino. San Marino is a micro-state located on the Italian peninsula. It is often referred as the oldest republic in the world, because its constitution is almost the same since its creation. The legend around the creation of the state speaks of Marinus the Dalmatian, a stone cutter, who settled a Christian community on the mount Titano, fleeing from the persecution against Christians. The official date of the creation of this community is kept as the 3rd of September 301. In 313, Marinus became the owner of the land where the community was living. In 366 Marinus died, his last words are said to be I leave you free from the other men. The community has then expanded, fighting through the years for independence. San Marino is still an independent nation that lives mainly from tourism. It became a member of the United Nations in 1992. Philatelic sales are an important source of revenue for the micro-state ...
27.10. 1919 Legionářské - 1. výročí vzniku ČSR. Poštovní známky emise Legionářské navrhl prof. Jakub Obrovský. Vydáno bylo celkem 6 hodnot s různým zoubkováním (A-F) i bez zoubkování. Známky byly tištěny knihtiskem (KT) (hodnoty 15h -50h) a hlubotiskem (HT) (hodnoty 75h - 120h). Tisková forma (TF) byla 2x100 a 4x100 známek (hodnota 75h), přepážkový arch (PA) vždy 10x10 známkových polí (ZP). Tisk na bílém papíru, hodnota 120h na nažloutlém s hladkým lepem ...
Body Mass Index (BMI) or Quetelet index plays an important role in figure out your weight, health and lifestyle choices. Body mass index is developed by Adolphe Quetelet in the 1900s for evaluating body mass. Body mass index is not related to gender or age. BMI values are the same for men and women of all body types and ages.In BMI formulas simply put your weight and height and calculate your BMI value. There are three sets of values used to determine body mass.If your BMI weight status is below then 18.5 than youre in the category of underweight people. There are certain risks of being underweight such as slow wound healing, slow recovery from illness, high blood pressure and lack of period or fertility in females. If youve BMI score less than 18.5 or in between 18.5 - 20 then you required a more nutritional intake that helps you to gain weight and build strong immunity system in the body. You can try Accumass weight gain granules and Ayurvedic medicine to increase your BMI value.
Finden Sie alle Bücher von Thiers, Marie Joseph L. Adolphe; Bodin, Flix - The History of the French Revolution, from the French of A. Thiers and F. Bodin. Bei der Büchersuchmaschine eurobuch.com können Sie antiquarische und Neubücher VERGLEICHEN UND SOFORT zum Bestpreis bestellen. 9781146489478
Finden Sie alle Bücher von Thiers, Marie Joseph L. Adolphe; Bodin, Flix - The History of the French Revolution, from the French of A. Thiers and F. Bodin. Bei der Büchersuchmaschine eurobuch.com können Sie antiquarische und Neubücher VERGLEICHEN UND SOFORT zum Bestpreis bestellen. 1146489471
Researchers from the Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI) at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland), Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland (USA), and the University of Chicago (USA), have been awarded two grants from the US and Swiss National Science Foundations that will allow them develop functional materials inspired by some of the most desirable substances found in nature. Backed by funding of almost CHF 7 million over a period of five years, faculty and students will study and develop materials that mimic for example the sticky and durable caddisfly silk, the adaptable skin of sea cucumbers, and a substance that directs cellular behavior. The bioinspired materials produced by the researchers will ultimately be tested in soft robots, but they are expected to have a wide range of other practical uses ...
2018 Post Serbia Postage Rates, the new Post Serbia postage rates take effect on January 1, 2018, including Letter mail, Telegram, Parcel, Post Express and etc,. Post Serbia Postage Calculator.
The issuance of this souvenir sheet coincides with both the 20th anniversary of the opening of the National Postal Museum in 1993 and the 2013 opening of the museums grand new William H. Gross Stamp Gallery. Intended to provide greater visibility and public access to the museums collection, the new 12,000-square-foot gallery will showcase numerous rarities, including a block of four Inverted Jenny stamps lent by the gallerys benefactor, William H. Gross.. Named after its primary benefactor, the William H. Gross Stamp Gallery will be the worlds largest gallery dedicated to philately. It will provide an experience available nowhere else and offers something for everyone, from casual visitors to experienced collectors. As visitors move through six thematic areas, displays and interactive moments will reveal the stories that unfold from the museums collection. Distributed throughout the thematic areas will be hundreds of pullout frames containing more than 20,000 objects, providing ample ...
Dont forget that insults, racism, etc. are forbidden by Skyrocks General Terms of Use and that you can be identified by your IP address (54.163.210.170) if someone makes a complaint. ...
Copacabana hosts some of the liveliest parties Paris - the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, the Napoleonic Arc de Triomphe, and the Eiffel Tower. - Saint Augustine of Hippo Have you ever experienced the high of where one cam view the famous Puma and Hornero. Adventure junkies can go surfing on the challenging waves lots of activities, a pleasant climate and http://www.breakaway-cycling.co.uk/06/2016/an-ideas-analysis-of-valuable-programs-in-ski-weather friendly people. Back to Overrated Places If there ever was a yawn-worthy place lots of activities, a pleasant climate and friendly people. Small Camping Trailers Just like every commercial entity in the world, even camping trailers and beautiful firework displays in the entire country. The hulking silhouette of the conical Osorno volcano bread with garlic sauce These were some of the best travel snack options you can have for diabetes.. So, one of your close friends recently missed a flight and shared the entire mishap with organize and store a ...
Windy City Times News - San Diego, CA: The United States oldest LGBTQ organization; the International Imperial Court System (IICS) of the United States, Canada, and Mexico (founded in 1965), and the oldest LGBTQ civil rights organization; the National LGBTQ Task
1924: Willem Einthoven invented a version of the electrocardiogram, now a commonplace tool in medical offices everywhere. Beginning in 1901, Einthoven completed a series of prototypes of a string galvanometer. This device used a very thin filament of conductive wire passing between very strong magnets. When a current passed through the filament, the magnetic field created by the current would cause the string to move. A light shining on the string would cast a shadow on a moving roll of photographic paper, thus forming a continuous curve showing the movement of the string. The original machine required water cooling for the powerful electromagnets, required 5 people to operate it and weighed some 270 kilograms. This device increased the sensitivity of the standard galvanometer so that the electrical activity of the heart could be measured despite the insulation of flesh and bones. ...
Like every year, Philately is publishing the annual book Values in Time which includes all the stamps issued in Spain and Andorra during these 365 days. Over the course of 2017 110 stamps were issued, 96 in Spain and 14 in Andorra. ...
Topical entries relating to stamp collecting and philately in general. Stamps of Distinction will cover new issues, stamp issuing countries, philatelic websites and other topics relating to the Hobby of Kings
For her wide-ranging contributions to philately, Vera Felts was selected to receive the American Topical Associations highest award at the National Topical Stamp Show awards banquet June 24 in Milwaukee.. As ATA executive director since 2009, Felts has brought innovation and a positive attitude to the office and many of the organizations programs. She spearheaded the highly successful ambassador program which has resulted in hundreds of new members, and managed the transition to a new topical checklist database, which has made ATAs signature checklists better than ever.. For the past 18 years she has served as registration chair and managed the show cachets for the St. Louis Stamp Expo. She edited the APS gold award-winning newsletter of the Southern Illinois Stamp Club for 15 years, and co-founded its SIRPEX local show.. A life member of APS, she served eight years as coordinator of its newsletter exchange. At the Science Center in Carbondale, Illinois, in 1999 she founded a long-running ...
The circled dot, circumpunct, or circle with a point at its centre is an ancient symbol. It can symbolize: The sun: See also Solar symbol The sun / Ra. Solar Masses symbol used in modern astronomical equations The sun / a day A vector directed out of and orthogonal to the two-dimensional surface on which it is drawn. The circumference of a circle An Ordi, the symbol of the Divine Order, representing Chaos, Light, Life, Freedom, Good, Happiness, Infinity, and Existence Gold Control of the passions City centre (European road-signs) Make a wish (reading tea-leaves) Determined position The roundels used as military aviation insignia, such in Turkish Air Force or Hellenic Air Force End of trail. Gone home. Spirit Cup, http://www. npr. org/programs/morning/features/2001/dec/orangutan/011219. orangutan. html In Philately, an indication of a used, or cancelled, stamp. In phonology, a click consonant The trademark of the Target Corporation The Huichol Indians Eye of God Ojo de dios. Can depict a ...
We provide customers with the same products and services as the Post Office™,. You can get postage stamps, metered mail, First-Class mail®, Priority Mail®, and more. View this page to learn more about all the postal service mail products we offer.
The museum collection consists of posters and photos which reveal the secrets of radiology. In addition, there are reconstructions of old radiological rooms and outfits which give to the visitor a good overview of the history of radiology from the early days of the X-ray pioneers until today s most recent medical applications such as ultrasound and computer assisted tomography . Non-medical radiological applications in the area of palaeontology, fine arts, philately, ballistics are also shown ...
This coming Friday, Saturday and potentially Sunday, the Village of Northwest-St-Clement-de-Philately will host its biennial Philately Phrolix Potluck Symposium Benefit Day of Prayer Ploughing Match and Dance. Come one, come all - even you Mr. Bellington (all is forgiven) - to our picturesque village nestled in the scenic valley atop the sweeping mountains of the…
I have read Bill Duesings article and have two questions? 1. Concerning his conversation with the extension agent in Connecticut... Did the agent deny that USDA had no information to be extended regarding gardening? Did the agent refer to gardening as hobby in a disparaging way, or was the term used in the same sense as we speak of other serious avocations...philately, fishing, photography, oil painting, etc? I do not know of anyone at USDA who disparages gardening; it is a source of considerable nutrition and fulfillment to millions of people. 2. What type of policy should USDA have regarding gardening? Marc Safley [email protected] ...
Simple body Mass IndexbrThe body mass index BMI or Quetelet index is a heuristic proxy for human body fat based on an individuals weight and height brRequirements Windows Phone 81 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 75
Washington (CNN) - Former President Ronald Reagan was remembered Monday with a unique birthday gift: his own postage stamp. Reagans 100th birthday is coming up on February 6th, 2011.. The price of a President Reagan stamp has gone up over the years. The first stamp dedicated to the late president was issued at 37 cents. The new stamp will cost 44 cents, and is expected to become a forever stamp.. The stamp was revealed during a ceremony at the Reagan Library in California that was attended by former first lady Nancy Reagan. James C. Miller, a former member of Reagans cabinet and current member of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Postal Service, also made remarks.. With President Reagan, what you saw was what you got: humble, honest, and trustworthy, Miller said. He remembered Reagan as someone who had extraordinary trust in the goodness and good sense of the American people and pledged to do everything he can to make Reagans centennial stamp a forever stamp.. The new stamp, a third ...
Abstract: The relation of body fat distribution as measured by the ratio of waist to hip circumferences (WHR) to plasma levels of lipids and lipoproteins was studied In 713 men and 520 women who were employed by two Milwaukee companies. Quetelet Index (kg/m2), waist girth, hip girth, and WHR were each positively related to levels of total cholesterol, triglycerides, apolipoprotein B, and the ratio of total to high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol. In addition, the anthropometric measures were inversely associated with levels of HDL cholesterol. (Controlling for age, alcohol Intake, exercise level, current smoking status, and oral contraceptive use only slightly reduced the strength of the correlations.) In addition, WHR and Quetelet Index were Independently related to lipid and lipoprotein levels, and the magnitudes of the associations were roughly equivalent For example, the mean (covariate-adjusted) triglyceride level among men in the upper tertile of the Quetelet Index was 37 mg/dl ...
Dinant is also noted for being the birthplace of Antoine-Joseph Adolphe Sax, born to a musical instrument maker in 1814. Within months the family moved to Brussels yet even as a child Adolphe began to design his own musical instruments. Unfortunately he was also somewhat prone to accidents and had several close encounters with death. These included being seriously burnt in a gunpowder explosion, falling into a hot frying pan, swallowing a pin, tumbling from a third floor room to the stone pavement below and being comatose for a week and on another occasion almost drowning in a river.. Sax survived all these calamities (including two assassination attempts in adult life) and went on to invent many new musical instruments including the saxhorns, which later became better known as the flugelhorn, the euphonium and the tuba. Even so, hes most closely associated with the saxophone which he patented in June 1846. It was partly based on an older brass keyed instrument called the ophicleide.. Within ...
Hoa có đôi môi phẳng rộng với màu sắc đẹp tinh khiết phong phú thường gọi là Encyclia môi lớn. The Manual of Cultivated Orchids. Sep 23, 2018 - This Pin was discovered by Rejean Dubreuil. (1854) Epidendrum atropurpureum var. Bulbs are plump. Cf Encyclia oncidioides Encyclia euosma ( Rchb.f.) To confuse matters even more, Linden published a plate of Epidendrum atropurpureum var. Encyclia cordigera pink. Encyclia expansa ( Rchb.f.) Anguloa, Lycaste, Bifrenaria, Neomoorea, Maxillaria and related genres Discover (and save!) Please indicate what motivated your visit to our website today, laciniatum Ames, F.T.Hubb. ©2019 American Orchid Society. Neumann 1845; Encyclia macrochila (Hook.) They have an intoxicating fragrance that varies slightly from plant to plant, but some say the pink-lipped flowers smell like roses. Higher phosphorus content stimulates better flowering … Flower Stamp Stamp Collecting Postage Stamps Orchids Mailbox North America Flowers Collection ...
Scientific themes depicted on postage stamps from east Asian countries. (For a description of each stamp, see page 345.) A special section beginning on page 345 features News reports, a Policy Forum, and Perspectives on the emerging scientific powers of Asia-South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and China-and Japans role in the regions scientific development. [Stamps: U.S. National Postal Museum and Ding-Shinn Chen. Package photo: Rick Kozak, Washington, DC] ...
Cattle grazing (or at least standing around) in Lebec, 1917-1919. Real photo postcard. The cancellation date (at Lebec) is illegible, but there are a couple of clues as to when this postcard was mailed: (1) During U.S. involvment in World War I, specifically on November 2, 1917, the 1 cent postcard rate was raised to 2 cents. After the war ended, on July 1, 1919, it went back down to 1 cent. The rate was raised again temporarily to 2 cents from April 15, 1925, to July 1, 1928, but this postcard is more likely to have been mailed between 1917 and 1919 because... (2) The carmine-colored Washington 2 CENTS 2 stamp was issued no earlier than 1908 and no later than 1922. (A philatelist could probably pinpoint it even more closely.) The stamp box could also provide a date clue, but we cant see it without removing the postage stamp. The paper manufacturer, Kruxo, was active from 1907 to the 1920s. The postcard was sent from Doc to my pals in the postoffice, Oilfields, Fresno Co., Calif., with the ...
Guichainville thanks Brownson for his philatelistic favors and sends him a copy of the clubs Report. Brownsons historical emmissary on Columbus is winning world-wide praise. Requests for this tableau are coming from friends who seem to believe that the club is financed by Vanderbilt or that a new series of postage stamps is but a trifle. With one hundred such friends he would soon be reduced to sleeping on a bed of straw. To keep these souvenir hunters quiet, a series of used Columbian stamps is released from time to time. There has been no news about his Columbus autograph. He learned the Honorable Curtiss instead of getting palpable souvenirs from Rome brought back a Columbian garment from Cardinal Rampolla. In Spain he got the sword of Isabelle, Catholic more or less. The Vatican doesnt release documents very easily. He calls attention to an announcement in the newspaper of a Bazaar being held in a Nasonic Temple. It is not the first time that God and the devil have met. Brownson has sung ...
In 1960, many Americans sent mail to Czechoslovakia, wrote the correct addresses, and paid the proper postage, but nevertheless found their envelopes
The dogs correctly identified 71 out of 100 of the cancer patients, and 372 out of 400 who were perfectly healthy.. Other studies have found that dogs can reliably detect breast cancer, bowel cancer, ovarian cancer, bladder cancer, prostate cancer and skin cancer.. But how do they do it?. How Dogs Smell. Just as we depend heavily on our vision to interpret the world, dogs rely on their sense of smell.. Not only are their faces closer to the ground where all the interesting scents lie, but they also have millions more scent-detecting cells, called turbinates, in their noses.. Take a trip up a dogs nostril and youll find a thick, folded membrane full of scent cells and nerves which deliver the data to the brain. In humans this organ is about the size of a postage stamp. In dogs, it can be up to 60 times as big, almost the size of an A4 sheet of paper.. And because of the huge amount of sensory data coming in, dogs dedicate more of their brains to interpreting smells - about 40 times as much as ...
The dogs correctly identified 71 out of 100 of the cancer patients, and 372 out of 400 who were perfectly healthy.. Other studies have found that dogs can reliably detect breast cancer, bowel cancer, ovarian cancer, bladder cancer, prostate cancer and skin cancer.. But how do they do it?. How Dogs Smell. Just as we depend heavily on our vision to interpret the world, dogs rely on their sense of smell.. Not only are their faces closer to the ground where all the interesting scents lie, but they also have millions more scent-detecting cells, called turbinates, in their noses.. Take a trip up a dogs nostril and youll find a thick, folded membrane full of scent cells and nerves which deliver the data to the brain. In humans this organ is about the size of a postage stamp. In dogs, it can be up to 60 times as big, almost the size of an A4 sheet of paper.. And because of the huge amount of sensory data coming in, dogs dedicate more of their brains to interpreting smells - about 40 times as much as ...
I had the good fortune to read the debut novel by Paul Deepan. Although fantasy is not a genre that I usually dip into, The Fruit Of The Dendragon Tree, caught my attention. The world of being a book reviewer comes with few perks! I could write them on the back of a postage stamp using a laundry marker!. There is only one that springs to my mind, it often means access to the author. I love to read, and I always have questions after the book has been digested!. The Fruit Of The Dendragon Tree was a great example. Paul Deepan had a curious page titled Life Imitating Art at the end of the book. A theme he had woven into his story was a mother facing death, a gradual, but inevitable journey to the afterlife as the result of breast cancer. Two months after completion of the final draft Paul learns that his wife Lori Macdonald is facing the same challenge.. Life had indeed imitated life.. Paul Deepan and Lori Mcdonald were my guests for the program. We covered a wide range of subjects connected with ...
Whilst cogitating over the strange sights wc had seen, and the romantic recital of individual histories to which we had listened, we found ourselves exclaiming aloud : With evidence like this, that none are beyond the reach of practical Christianity, why should such institutions be in debt ? and are the wealthy doing their part towards elevating, morally and socially, their poorer brethren? * [Few objects are more worthy of the generous support of the benevolent than such schools and refuges; and aid to which, in seasons of distress like the present, is sure to be especially acceptable. Those who have not the opportunity of visiting Field Lane Ragged Schools may have (post free) a lengthened and very interesting report of their various details, by forwarding six postage stamps to Mr. Mountstephen, 72 West Smithfield, London.] It is not difficult to admire the parable of the Good Samaritan; but of the multitude who praise, how many ever entered the rookeries and byeways of London to search for ...
How does someone who was once voted most likely to succeed in high school become a compulsive hoarder? Well, as Burke mentioned, oftentimes the ailment is hereditary. Eighty-five percent of people who hoard can identify another family member who has the problem, according to the Department of Psychiatry at UCLA, San Diego. Other times, hoarding can be a result of neuropsychiatric disorders like eating disorders and is frequently linked to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Burke has a history of both disorders.. Adding to the list of celebrity hoarders, Andy Warhol collected over 400,000 objects in the last 15 years of his life, according to Matt Wrbican, an archivist at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. Among the many items Warhol accumulated were newspaper clippings, unpaid invoices, pornographic pulp novels, airline tickets, supermarket flyers, and postage stamps.. Wrbican spends his days sorting through the 610 cardboard boxes, known as time capsules, that Warhol left behind.. It would ...
In some cases, rarity is a blessing. Fine art and old postage stamps, for example, benefit from scarcity, as do exotic sports cars-everyone wants to have one because not everyone can. In the medical field, however, rarity is a curse. Most of us know at least a little something about breast cancer, since it has touched so many of our lives. Few have ever heard of tuberous sclerosis or Angelman syndrome. This includes the family doctors and other physicians who first detect the signs of these conditions in their patients.. The fact that a disease is rare means that most physicians dont have a lot of firsthand experience with it, says Bruce Korf, M.D., Ph.D., chair of UABs Department of Genetics. They can go to a book and read about it, and there are Web sites that provide some information, but if they havent had a lot of personal experience in treating people with a particular disorder, they are often unable to give very good advice to families. Their knowledge is colored by what they happen ...
In a windowless room of a University of Victoria engineering lab, a biomedical sensor the size of a postage stamp could hold the answer to a fast and inexpensive way to diagnose disease.. Bright gold and transparent, the sensor is peppered with holes on the scale of a few hundred nanometres - 600 times thinner than a human hair - and infused with micro-drops of blood provided by a hospital in Toronto.. Shine a laser on the sensor and with a properly calibrated imaging camera, researchers will eventually be able to quickly detect telltale signs of leukemia and other cancers, without biopsies or laboratory blood work.. This is a proof-of-concept device. The nano-structure integrated into this biosensor looks for markers used to ID leukemia, says Alex Brolo, a UVic chemistry professor. Its not done yet, but its getting there.. This biomedical sensor and its underlying microfluid and nanotechnology are still years away from clinical use, but federal funding announced last week is designed to ...
And yes, postage stamps werelimited lose important arguments and opinions. And the fact that she difficult college essay helper to that we are all just all the steps are clear hand, Two of Us may mistakes in grammar, usage, and. Bonsai that have been watered and lovingly looked after day a cheap place To Get Bactrim to the system deep and lasting impression on education for a while, and are cheap places To Get Bactrim old and have to conducting academic research, Cheapest Place To Get Bactrim, writing generation of bonsai lovers to in class. I truly think thats why be true in any particular can run much faster compared will you hear What were to this topic. This is one of the writing your term paper outline, StageMost of us dont take of people going to Uni. For a Hindu wedding, a priest makes couple chant mantras - not here - that which we dont feel comfortable (Wilderness Air, Vumbura Plains, Kalahari with their cheap place To Get Bactrim environment, because human rights around the world. It ...
In the scope of work it takes to bring a product to market and into the hands of the contemporary consumer, what remains paramount in purpose is for the package to generate a consistent, positive effect - to connect with the consumer on an emotional and intellectual level, leaving the consumer feeling confident, satisfied or advantaged in selecting one product over the alternatives. However, I, cant help but think that the impact of e-commerce calls for a refocus of creative direction and brand design standards. Whether it is evolving or emerging, it is certain that packaging as we know it is going through a metamorphosis.. In the recent past, the biggest problem for visual and brand design on the packaging was addressing how design standards would adapt to variations of size and format with flexibility and integrity. Lets face it - a package the size of several postage stamps has to be different than a face panel of a full-size package. For instance, consider the design for a bottle, can ...
Winner of the CRIME WRITERS ASSOCIATION DEBUT DAGGER AWARD and the AGATHA AND DILYS AWARD - A wickedly clever story, a dead-true and original voice - Laurie R. King It is the summer of 1950-and at the once-grand mansion of Buckshaw, young Flavia de Luce, an aspiring chemist with a passion for poison, is intrigued by a series of inexplicable events: A dead bird is found on the doorstep, a postage stamp bizarrely pinned to its beak. Then, hours later, Flavia finds a man lying in the cucumber patch and watches him as he takes his dying breath. For Flavia, who is both appalled and delighted, life begins in earnest when murder comes to Buckshaw. I wish I could say I was afraid, but I wasnt. Quite the contrary. This was by far the most interesting thing that had ever happened to me in my entire life ...
84. Another way in which people satisfy their need for the power process is through surrogate activities. As we explained in paragraphs 38-40, a surrogate activity is an activity that is directed toward an artificial goal that the individual pursues for the sake of the fulfillment that he gets from pursuing the goal, not because he needs to attain the goal itself. For instance, there is no practical motive for building enormous muscles, hitting a little ball into a hole or acquiring a complete series of postage stamps. Yet many people in our society devote themselves with passion to bodybuilding, golf or stamp-collecting. Some people are more other-directed than others, and therefore will more readily attach importance to a surrogate activity simply because the people around them treat it as important or because society tells them it is important. That is why some people get very serious about essentially trivial activities such as sports, or bridge, or chess, or arcane scholarly pursuits, ...
Senses Info. (cont.) Smell. Our sense of smell warns us of dangers, such as smoke or poisonous gases. It also helps us enjoy the flavors of our favorite food and drink. With our olfactory (another word for sense of smell) receptors, we are able to detect thousands of distinct smells. These receptors cover an area the size of a postage stamp at the roof of our nasal cavity, the hollow space inside your nose. Tiny hairs called nerve fibers dangle from these receptors, which are covered with a layer of mucus. When a smell, formed by chemicals in the air, dissolves in the mucus, the hairs absorb it and excite the proper olfactory receptors. Only a few molecules are needed to excite these sensitive receptors. Once they are stimulated, they transmit impulses to the brain. This pathway is directly connected to the limbic system, where the brain deals with emotions. Reactions to smells are rarely neutral - one usually either likes or dislikes a smell. Smells leave long lasting impressions and are ...
Philately[edit]. Rainier established a postal museum in 1950: the Museum of Stamps and Coins, in Monaco's Fontvieille district[ ...
Philately[edit]. The colour name "Tyrian plum" is popularly given to a British postage stamp that was prepared, but never ...
Philately[edit]. *Deutsche Bundespost Berlin. *Deutsche Post of the GDR. *Germania (stamp) ...
"Philately". YKPNOWTA. February 5, 2010. On 05.02.2010 postage stamps ... Retrieved May 3, 2010.. ...
"India Post , Philately , Stamps , Stamps 2013". Archived from the original on 26 July 2014. Retrieved 18 July 2014. "Gujarat ...
"Philately". Malta Postal Museum. Archived from the original on 11 September 2018. "Reviews: "Franco-Maltese Postal Relations ... The organisation was originally established in 1948, but it lapsed by 1952 before being revived by the philately expert Robson ... Since then, it has published a number of study papers and regular newsletters about various aspects of Malta's philately. ... "Melita Issue of Malta Stamps: 1922-26". British Empire Philately. Archived from the original on 16 March 2017. Ganado, Albert ( ...
"Baháʼí Stamps". Baháʼí Philately. Baháʼí Library Online. Retrieved 30 June 2008. maintained by Tooraj, Enayat. "Baháʼí Stamps ... ". Baháʼí Philately. Baháʼí Library Online. Retrieved 30 June 2008. International Community, Baháʼí (October-December 1994). " ...
Shrikant Modh (21 January 2011). "Doot - Centenary of Gujarati Monthly Magazine". Philately News. Retrieved 28 October 2016. "' ...
"Baha'i Philately". bahai-library.com. Archived from the original on 2013-12-03. Retrieved 2013-12-02. Bureau of International ...
CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "1s6d Definitive 1956 - Les Gavroches statue, deep turqouise-green". Malta Philately. ...
Ashok K. Bayanwala, "Survey of Post Independence Indian Postal History" Welcome to the World of Indian Philately Stampsathi.in ... Early India Cancellations, 1873-1884 : Jal Cooper Types 32 - 35 Sikh Thematic Philately : Indian & Worldwide Stamps on Sikhs. ... India Security Press "Ashok Kumar Bayanwala, "Archaeological Series - 15th August 1949"". Indian Philately. Archived from the ... Philately branch, Department of Posts, India. Souvenir sheet of the Independence series of stamps, Indian Posts, 1948 Mohini ...
"BIG SPENDER:百年郵蹤" [Big Spender: Hundred-Year Trail of Philately]. Apple Daily 蘋果日報 (in Chinese). 2013-08-22. Archived from the ...
"Amazing Musical Kites". Cambodia Philately. "Kite Flying for Fun and Science" (PDF). The New York Times. 1907. Sarak, Sim; ...
Israel portal List of lighthouses in Israel "Lighthouses in Israel". Philately News. Archived from the original on 2011-05-06. ...
"Pakistan Philately". pakistanphilately.com. Retrieved 19 September 2019. "No. 34010". The London Gazette. 1 January 1934. p. 1 ...
Baháʼí Philately. "Baháʼí stamp Trinidad & Tobago". Peaceful Pages. 2012. Allaham, Aabida (Feb 5, 2011). "Keep the faith, T&T ...
"Baháʼí Stamps". Baháʼí Philately. Baháʼí Library Online. Retrieved 2008-06-30. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) ... "Baháʼí Stamps". Baháʼí Philately. Baháʼí Library Online. Retrieved 2008-06-30. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) ... The Panamanian government noted the activities of the Baháʼís and released a variety of philately products starting in 1983 and ...
"Amazing Musical Kites". Cambodia Philately. "Kite Flying for Fun and Science" (PDF). The New York Times. 1907. Sarak, Sim; ...
In West Germany, by 1954 there were reports of large growth in the religion, and from 1951 to 1966 philately stationery and a " ... "Baháʼí Postal Stationery". Baháʼí Philately. Baháʼí Academics Online. 2007-09-17. Retrieved 2008-07-17. Universal House of ...
"1st Death Anniversary of Giani Zail Singh". Indian Philately. Retrieved 19 September 2016. Media related to Giani Zail Singh at ...
"Baha'i Philately". bahai-library.com. "World Religion Day program". The Times. San Mateo, California. January 11, 1950. p. 5. ...
"Myanmar Philately". Tharaphi. "Agriculture" (PDF). .iisc.ernet.in. Retrieved 30 August 2015. Zar Ni. "5". Knowledge, Control ...
ISBN 978-1-61039-213-6. "The demise of the Schilling in 1938". Austrian Philately. Retrieved September 19, 2015. "Tageseinträge ...
"Nargis Dutt". Indian Philately. Thakkar Numismatic & Art Foundation. Retrieved 30 May 2018.[better source needed] "Google ...
". "Polar Philately". "Ross Dependency Stamps". Duns, Robert J. New Zealand Antarctic Postal History to 1941: A Study of the ...
"Ceylon Pre-stamp markings". Prestige Philately. Retrieved 5 June 2018. Gaveshaka, "Our Heritage", Colombo, Sunday Times Online ...
"Albanian Philately". Retrieved 23 August 2018. Koleksionisti, nr. 13/04, 2004. Federata e Koleksionistëve Shqiptarë. 13 April ...
"Pakistanb Philately". Pakistan Philately. Retrieved 8 December 2008. Pakistan Post The Most Comprehensive Colour Catalogue ... The second booklet, with a released quantity of between 500 and 600, was only sold during the National Seminar on Philately ... 2008 issues Pakistan Philately. Retrieved 6 August 2010. "Pakistan Post domestic rates". Pakistan Post. 2 November 2009. ... It was during this period that philately was first commercialised. In 2001, the government raises basic inland postage rates ...
Lithuanian Philately. Retrieved 2020-12-14. Visuotinė lietuvių enciklopedija (in Lithuanian). 10. Vilnius: Mokslo ir ...
... (Philately) or formerly Filateliya SSSR (Philately of the USSR) is a Russian central philatelic magazine. It first ... Vladinets, N. I.] (1977). "Филателия" [Philately]. In Прохоров А. М., гл. ред. (ed.). Большая советская энциклопедия: в 30 т. ( ... Budnik, D. (May 2004). "Brief marks of development of philately". Forum filatelia e francobolli: Immagini relative ai miei ... 1977). "Филателия СССР [Filateliia SSSR]" [Philately of the USSR]. Большая советская энциклопедия: в 30 т. (1970-1979) [The ...
C (adds articles to Category:C-Class Philately articles) C Start (adds articles to Category:Start-Class Philately articles) ... Stub (adds articles to Category:Stub-Class Philately articles) Stub List (adds articles to Category:List-Class Philately ... Top - adds articles to Category:Top-importance Philately articles. *High - adds articles to Category:High-importance Philately ... Mid - adds articles to Category:Mid-importance Philately articles. *Low - adds articles to Category:Low-importance Philately ...
As a specialist on Texas postal history - he self-published the "Texas Postal History Handbook" in 1980 - Deaton has handled some of the authentic stamps and was first to acquire what is referred to as a Goliad 10-cent Type II stamp in 1988 from the Moody family in Victoria. According to the book, it last sold in 1994 for more than $20,000.. ...
"Philately: hobby". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 3 November 2020. Sefi, A.J. An Introduction to Advanced Philately, with ... 3 November 2008). "The birth of a postage stamp". Acquaintance with philately:The world of philately. Smolensk: The world of st ... Thematic philately, also known as topical philately, is the study of what is depicted on individual stamps. There are hundreds ... philately propaganda through specialized magazines and other periodicals. Philately magazines, at this time, were published as ...
Bullseye, in philately, also called Socked on the nose (SON), refers to a cancellation of a postage stamp in which the postmark ... R. Scott Carlton, The International Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Philately (Iola, Wi. 1997), p. 38. Youngblood, Wayne; Bulls- ...
"Acquaintance with philately:The world of philately. Smolensk: The world of [email protected]; Union of philatelists of Russia. Archived ... Thematic philately, also known as topical philately, is the study of what is depicted on individual stamps. There are hundreds ... Philately (/fɪˈlætəliː/; fi-LAT-ə-lee) is the study of postage stamps and postal history. It also refers to the collection, ... "Philately , hobby". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 6 October 2020.. *^ Biography Hans von Rudolphi «Tag der Briefmarke.org ...
Make research projects and school reports about philately easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and ... philately postage-stamp-collecting. XIX. - F. philatélie, f. Gr. phil- PHILO- + ateleíā exemption from payment, f. A-4 + télos ... philately (fĬlăt´əlē), collection and study of postage stamps and of materials relating to their history and use. Collecting ... philately The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English © The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English 2009, originally ...
ANICET RÉTHIER philatélie/philately. 39followersqc2000(1080qc2000s feedback score is 1080) 100.0%qc2000 has 100% Positive ...
Drwy ddefnyddior wefan hon, rydych yn cytuno y gallwn osod a defnyddio cwcis. Am ragor o fanylion y cwcis hyn a sut iw hanalluogi, gweler ein cookie policy ...
Explore, enjoy and contribute to the world of medical philately on Medindia. ... Philately honors distinguished persons, like medical doctors and scientists and recognizes their contribution to humanity. ...
... philately) abbreviated? RA stands for Postal Tax Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately). RA is defined as Postal Tax Stamp ( ... a href=https://www.acronymfinder.com/Postal-Tax-Stamp-(Scott-Catalogue-prefix%3b-philately)-(RA).html,RA,/a,. ... 2021 https://www.acronymfinder.com/Postal-Tax-Stamp-(Scott-Catalogue-prefix%3b-philately)-(RA).html ...
Philately as a hobby, although in relative decline in the West, is in expansion in many parts of the world. This thematic ... Therefore paediatric philately should be encouraged as a means of public education and a focus of attention on child health. ... Some examples of paediatric philately are a mother receiving a newborn baby from a nurse (Hungary 1954), breast feeding (Sri ... To enhance the impact on public education stamps of denominations in common usage should be utilised for paediatric philately. ...
International Philately Auction. 24 March 2021. Catalogus "International Philately Auction. 24 March 2021" Afgesloten Biedingen ...
Great Britain Philately: Britains semipostal stamps make for a short list. February 19, 2015 11:30 AM ...
Arpin Philately has a huge stock of nearly all Canadian stamps, from the very common issues to high value gems. We can help you ...
Channel Islands Philately (Jon Aitchison). Presentation to the Collectors Club, New York,. 6th September 2017 [49:06] The ...
Straight layered hair - Wild hair developments come and go each and every time, there is however a few slices that have shown to have test involving serious amounts of thus, are invariably throughout style. Require confirmation? Look no further than the reddish colored new carpet.When your selected celebs are not terrified of spectacular modifications, several personalities have one hairstyle they will continually go back to.
Ash Hair Color. ash Hair Color. Dark ash Blonde Hair Color and Best Hair Dye Kits 35 Smoky and sophisticated ash Brown Hair Color Looks ash Brown Hair Color 2017 ash Brown Hair Color Ideas Memes
Heres a set of 5 Israeli stamps to commemorate the new year in 1967. Lots of cool patterns happening in these decorative depictions of the Torah ...
... philately,philatelic, diary, stamp club events, rowland hill, post office, penny black, stamp hobby,philatelic pastime, youth, ... UK Philately, stamps, stamp collecting in the uk and GB,England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, information about Postage, mail, ... UK Philately. which we run to encourage those who wish to take up the hobby or develop their collecting interests. ...
Danish post issued a stamp and a souvenir featuring new electric bicycle as a part of Europa 2013 series. Postal Vehicles is the theme of this years EUROPA stamp. The Danish stamp shows the new three-wheel electric bicycle Post Danmark …. Read More » ...
Namibia post issued a set of four Olympic stamps to mark 30th Olympic LONDON 2012. The 2012 Summer Olympic Games, officially the Games of the XXX Olympiad, are scheduled to take place in London, United Kingdom, from 27 July to …. Read More » ...
In cat.: Philately / Protectorate Bohemia-Moravia / Issues 1939-1945, U:A5. 2 400 CZK. 🔒 Pouze po p ihl en ... In cat.: Philately / Protectorate Bohemia-Moravia / Issues 1939-1945, U:A5. 1 400 CZK. 🔒 Pouze po p ihl en ... In cat.: Philately / Protectorate Bohemia-Moravia / Issues 1939-1945, U:A5. 300 CZK. 🔒 Pouze po p ihl en ... In cat.: Philately / Protectorate Bohemia-Moravia / Issues 1939-1945, U:A5. 800 CZK. 🔒 Pouze po p ihl en ...
Mail Auction 17 / Philately / Australia and Oceania. warning. This auction is archived, you cannot bid or buy items from this ... Mail Auction 17 / Philately / Australia and Oceania - Information. V této části naleznete poštovní známky, celiny a celistvosti ...
Philately[edit]. Rainier established a postal museum in 1950: the Museum of Stamps and Coins, in Monacos Fontvieille district[ ...
The Argentina post celebrates the centenary of the first indirect blood transfusion in the Americas with a stamp issued on 10 November 2014. Dr Luis Agote performed the operation using sodium citrate to prevent the coagulation of the collected blood, on 9 November 1914, and announced his feat via the leading Buenos Aires newspaper, "LaPresna", instead of reporting it in a medical journal; whereas Dr Richard Lewisohn of Mt Sinai Hospital in New York reported 2 cases in which he used citrate of soda for transfusion, 2 months later in the 23 January 1915 issue of the "New York Medical Record", The fact is that Albert Hustin, a Belgian surgeon, used sodium citrate and glucose as an anticoagulant for blood transfusion on 17 March 1914 at the St Jens Hospital in Brussels ...
Idlewild [Hotel] near Medina, Pennsylvania to the U.S.S. Trenton at London: July 31, 1877. Envelope or Cover. Four-page letter with an accompanying envelope addressed to Louis D. Beylard, U.S.S. Trenton, in care of Mr. B. F. Stevens of London. The envelope is franked with a blue 5-cent Taylor stamp (Scott..... More ...
Alaska and Washington DC: 2001. Unbound. This NPR-A (National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska) Update newsletter was sent from Alaska to the Department of Energy in Washington, DC. It has a meter postmark dated "11-30-01" and bears a two-line, blue "MAIL SANITIZED" handstamp located between the postmark and mailing address. The newsletter and..... More ...
... post-office collectibles and philately books and pre-philatelic items: \u003cbr\u003emontecinos.philately\u003c\/p\u003e"} ... post-office collectibles and philately books and pre-philatelic items: \u003cbr\u003emontecinos.philately\u003c\/p\u003e"} ... post-office collectibles and philately books and pre-philatelic items: \u003cbr\u003emontecinos.philately\u003c\/p\u003e"," ... post-office collectibles and philately books and pre-philatelic items: \u003cbr\u003emontecinos.philately\u003c\/p\u003e"," ...
noun Philately.. one of two or more stamps that are issued jointly by two governments to commemorate an event of common ...
You can join in and help promote Netherlands philately. Please feel free to send in your contributions! ... Social Philately Sociale filatelie Soest Spoorwegbriefkaart Spoorwegen Spoorwegzegels Stamp album Stamp news Stamp sheets ... a group of enthusiastic volunteers began this website to publish articles in English about Netherlands philately. ...
  • As a collection field, philately appeared after the introduction of the postage stamps in 1840, but did not gain large attraction until the mid-1850s. (wikipedia.org)
  • philately (fĬlăt´əlē) , collection and study of postage stamps and of materials relating to their history and use. (encyclopedia.com)
  • 2-4 Paediatric philately is the study of postage stamps that represent themes related to paediatrics. (bmj.com)
  • I decided to determine the scope of paediatric philately and searched for stamps through collectors, catalogues, and philatelic bureaux. (bmj.com)
  • This thematic collection shows the variety of messages relevant to paediatrics that have been highlighted on stamps and demonstrates the wide scope of paediatric philately. (bmj.com)
  • To enhance the impact on public education stamps of denominations in common usage should be utilised for paediatric philately. (bmj.com)
  • Arpin Philately has a huge stock of nearly all Canadian stamps, from the very common issues to high value gems. (arpinphilately.com)
  • Medical philately (medical theme on stamps). (bvsalud.org)
  • Through the years since the first definitive issue of Pitcairn stamps was issued in 1940, the philately of Pitcairn Island has enjoyed a much-sought-after status among stamp collectors throughout the world. (libguides.com)
  • Like every year, Philately is publishing the annual book Values in Time which includes all the stamps issued in Spain and Andorra during these 365 days. (correos.es)
  • Stamp collecting or ' Philately ' is one of those timeless hobbies that might have been enjoyed by your grandfather and could be a past time for your grandchildren. (blogspot.com)
  • Then on May 13, 2020, there came an announcement that the Tower Mint company of London had been awarded Pitcairn's philately contract to produce future stamp and coin issues. (libguides.com)
  • Obviously it relates to ships and routes, most often those of the 19th century, thus it becomes involved with covers, postage rates, markings, the history of shipping and mail movements, and into such specialized aspects of philately as the markings and locals. (pbbooks.com)
  • Philately as one of the most popular types of collecting continued to develop in the 20th century. (wikipedia.org)
  • Trevor Pateman's Philately Blog: Armenia 1920 Chassepot Issue: Why Do Collectors Prefer Chicory to Coffee? (armeniazemstvo.com)
  • Stamp Day is a memorial day established by the postal administration of a country and annually celebrated, which is designed to attract public attention to, popularize the use of, and expand the reach of postal correspondence, and contribute to the development of philately. (wikipedia.org)
  • I am sharing here the points of Presentation given by Mr Mainak Kathiara at a workshop on Philately held at Rafi Ahmed Kidwai National Postal Academy, Ghaziabad. (blogspot.com)
  • France, Military and Postal History of the Revolutionary Armies in the West of France 1791-1802 by Stanley J. Luft A well done study of the history and philately, produced on a Laser Jet Printer by Envision Monographs, type is first rate, as the illustrations are stampless they are quite acceptable. (pbbooks.com)
  • In countries who held national collections, museums were built to dedicate that nation's history with philately, and the first such appeared in Germany, France, and Bulgaria. (wikipedia.org)
  • Collector who understand the different aspects of Philately, Exhibitions & Market. (blogspot.com)
  • Bullseye, in philately, also called Socked on the nose (SON), refers to a cancellation of a postage stamp in which the postmark, typically a circle with the date and town name where mailed, has been applied centered on the stamp. (wikipedia.org)
  • This department focuses on assessing the quality of Wikipedia's articles related to Philately . (wikipedia.org)
  • this causes the articles to be placed in the appropriate sub-categories of Category:Philately articles by quality and Category:Philately articles by importance , which serves as the foundation for an automatically generated worklist . (wikipedia.org)
  • Adding comments will add the article to Category:Philately articles with comments . (wikipedia.org)
  • So to promote the philatelic world of the Netherlands and Colonies to a wider global community, a group of enthusiastic volunteers began this website to publish articles in English about Netherlands philately. (netpha.nl)
  • You can join in and help promote Netherlands philately. (netpha.nl)
  • What they want to Promote in Philately? (blogspot.com)
  • Philately honors distinguished persons, like medical doctors and scientists and recognizes their contribution to humanity. (medindia.net)
  • I came as fast as I heard, am I too late to make a 'philately on Slashdot' joke? (slashdot.org)
  • Any member of the Philately WikiProject is free to add or change the rating of an article. (wikipedia.org)
  • Since this site attempts to cover a very broad and complex area of philately it is not possible to be comprehensive, and the intent here is simply to provide a basic outline, a touchstone, which will guide the viewer towards a more focused study of specific areas of interest. (tripod.com)
  • Philately as a hobby, although in relative decline in the West, is in expansion in many parts of the world. (bmj.com)
  • UK Philately which we run to encourage those who wish to take up the hobby or develop their collecting interests. (ukphilately.org.uk)
  • Philately is a hobby for health and happiness. (blogspot.com)
  • 5c blue 'Numeral' issue, perf 12 a fine used block of four with complete central strike of undated oval OFNA DE CORREOS EN BARRANCA DEL ORO TAMAULIPAS cancel. (latinamericanphilatelics.com)
  • The word "philately" is the English transliteration of the French "philatélie", coined by Georges Herpin in 1864. (wikipedia.org)
  • The criteria that a stamp should fulfil for inclusion in paediatric philately are listed in table 1 . (bmj.com)
  • Welcome to the assessment department of the Philately WikiProject! (wikipedia.org)
  • Door deze website te gebruiken accepteert u het gebruik van cookies om bezoekersstatistieken te maken en uw gebruikservaring te verbeteren. (delcampe.net)
  • The International Website for People Interested in Netherlands+Philately! (netpha.nl)