*  Agar Wynne - Wikipedia
Agar Wynne (15 July 1850 - 12 May 1934) was an Australian politician. Wynne was born in London, but his family emigrated to ... Bennet, Darryl (1990). "Wynne, Agar (1850-1934)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agar_Wynne
*  Solicitor-General of Victoria (Australia) - Wikipedia
"Wynne, Agar (1850 - 1934) Biographical Entry - Australian Dictionary of Biography Online". Adbonline.anu.edu.au. Retrieved 2013 ... "Wynne, Agar (1850 - 1934) Biographical Entry - Australian Dictionary of Biography Online". Adbonline.anu.edu.au. Retrieved 2011 ...
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*  Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan - Wikipedia
George Adam Scott 1919-1925 Walter George Robinson 1925-1929 James Fraser Bryant 1929 Robert Sterritt Leslie 1930-1934 John ... Mason Parker 1934-1938 Charles Agar 1939-1944 Tom Johnston 1944-1956 James Andrew Darling 1957-1960 Everett Irvine Wood 1961 ...
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*  Samuel Agar Salvage - Wikipedia
Samuel Agar Salvage KBE OBE (November 20, 1876 - July 10, 1946) was an English businessman, sometimes called the "father of the ... "Samuel Agar Salvage". Retrieved August 14, 2014. Mateyunas, Paul J. (2012). Long Island's Gold Coast. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN ... June 27, 1934. Retrieved 6 August 2016. "John C. Wilmerding Marries Mrs. Polk". The New York Times. April 29, 1962. Retrieved 8 ...
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*  Sunwapta - Wikipedia
George Richard Agar Rice included the word in his new Edmonton, Alberta based radio station company: Sunwapta Broadcasting.. ...
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*  John Agar-Hamilton - Wikipedia
John August Ion Agar-Hamilton (30 August 1895 - 16 June 1984) was a South African historian and Anglican priest. He was born in ... ISBN 978-0-7969-1648-8. Southey, Nicholas; Mouton, F. A. (2001). "A Volksvreemde Historian: J.A.I. Agar-Hamilton and the ... 1934. Crisis in the Desert, May July, 1942. [With Plates.]. Cape Town. 1952. "The South African Protectorates". Journal of the ...
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*  Pulitzer Prize for History - Wikipedia
The People's Choice by Herbert Agar 1935: The Colonial Period of American History by Charles McLean Andrews 1936: A ...
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*  Eileen Agar - Wikipedia
Agar exhibited with the Surrealists in England and abroad. During the 1930s Agar's work focused on natural objects often in a ... Eileen Agar at the Art UK site Eileen Agar on Wikiart.org Redfern Gallery Leicester Galleries Pallant House Gallery Eileen Agar ... "Eileen Agar, R.A". Royal Academy of Arts. Retrieved 5 March 2017. Whitney Chadwick. "Artist biography Eileen Agar". Tate. ... In 1926, Agar met the Hungarian writer Joseph Bard and in 1928, they lived in Paris where she met the Surrealists André Breton ...
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*  Herbert Agar - Wikipedia
Agar, Herbert (1942-01-01). A Time for Greatness. Little, Brown. Agar, Herbert (1952-01-01). Abraham Lincoln. Collins. Agar, ... Herbert Sebastian Agar was born September 29, 1897 in New Rochelle, New York to John G. Agar and Agnes Louis Macdonough. He ... Agar, Herbert (1935-01-01). Land of the Free. Houghton Mifflin. Agar, Herbert; Tate, Allen (1999-01-01). Who Owns America?: A ... Agar, Herbert (1962-01-01). The Saving Remnant: An Account of Jewish Survival. Viking Press. Agar, Herbert (1965-06-01). The ...
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*  1934 in art - Wikipedia
Eileen Agar - The Autobiography of an Embryo Hans Arp - Human Concretion (Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris) Balthus - Guitar ... The year 1934 in art involved some significant events and new works. April - David Low's cartoon character Colonel Blimp first ... August 31 - John Smiukse destroys the mural Nightmare of 1934 in Tarrytown, New York. Publication in the United States of ... 1934 in fine arts of the Soviet Union "David Low". British Cartoon Archive. Retrieved 2012-06-29. "Twentieth Century Artists in ...
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*  The People's Choice - Wikipedia
... a book by Herbert Agar which won the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1934 "The People's Choice (story)", a short story by Erskine ...
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*  Agar (name) - Wikipedia
Agar is both a surname and a given name. Alf Agar (1904-1989), English footballer Allan Agar (born 1949), British former rugby ... son of Allan Agar Wilfred Eade Agar (1882-1951), Anglo-Australian zoologist William Agar (1814-1906), English cricketer William ... Agar Adamson (1865-1929), a well-to-do Canadian who married the Toronto heiress Mabel Cawthra Agar Rodney Adamson (1901-1954), ... league footballer and coach Andrew Agar (cricketer) (born 1956) Ashton Agar (born 1993), Australian cricketer Augustus Agar ( ...
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*  Charles Agar (politician) - Wikipedia
For others named Charles Agar, see the Charles Agar navigation page Charles Agar (September 5, 1882 - January 1961) was a ... Agar was defeated when he ran for reelection in the 1944 Saskatchewan election that brought Tommy Douglas and the Saskatchewan ... He represented Saskatoon County from 1921 to 1934 as a Progressive Party member then as a Liberal and Hanley from 1934 to 1944 ...
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*  1934 Pulitzer Prize - Wikipedia
The People's Choice by Herbert Agar (Houghton) Biography or Autobiography: John Hay by Tyler Dennett (Dodd) Poetry: Collected ... The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1934: Public Service: Medford Mail Tribune (Medford, Oregon) for its campaign against ... Verse by Robert Hillyer (Alfred A. Knopf) Pulitzer Prizes for 1934. ...
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*  1934 in Australia - Wikipedia
Agar Wynne (born 1850), politician 25 May - Percy Coleman (born 1892), union organiser and politician 6 June - William Holman ( ... The following lists events that happened during 1934 in Australia. Monarch - King George V Governor-General - Sir Isaac Isaacs ... List of Australian films of the 1930s Media related to 1934 in Australia at Wikimedia Commons. ... The 1934 NSWRFL season culminates in Western Suburbs' victory against Eastern Suburbs in the final Peter Pan wins the Melbourne ...
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*  Papers
Lau D, Hungerford R, Kinrade T, MacGinley R, Simmonds RE, Somerville CS, Agar JWM. A Longitudinal Follow-up of Quality of Life ... Lau D, Hungerford R, Kinrade T, MacGinley R, Simmonds RE, Somerville CS, Agar JWM. A comparison of quality of life across three ... 52. Agar JWM, Simmonds RE, Magoffin J, Hinton T. Reusing the reject water at the R/O with a revert-to-mains alarm system in ... Schatell D, Agar JWM. Help, I Need Dialysis . ISBN: 978-1-937886-00-4. Publisher: Medical Education Institute, 414 D'Onofrio Dr ...
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*  Robert Hungate - Wikipedia
... in observing the cellulose clearings they produced in shake tubes spurred him to develop a culturing method using thin agar ... Hungate, Robert E. (October 1934). "The Cohesion Theory of Transpiration". Plant Physiology. 9 (4): 783-794. doi:10.1104/pp.9.4 ...
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*  Peptone Iron Agar
... , 16x125mm Tube, 10ml Deep 20 tubes/box INTENDED USE Hardy Diagnostics Peptone Iron Agar is recommended for ... Peptone Iron Agar is a modification of the original formulation by Levine et al. and incorporates peptone along with proteose ... Inoculate the medium by stabbing the center of the agar to a depth of 1/4 to 1/2 an inch from the bottom of the tube. ... Advantages of peptide iron agar for the routine detection of hydrogen sulphide production. Am. J. Public Health; 27:1240-1242. ...
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*  Royal Society of Victoria - Wikipedia
Wilfred Eade Agar 1929-1930: Frederick Chapman 1931-1932: Herbert S. Summers 1933-1934: William J. Young 1935-1936: Norman A. ...
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*  The American Review (literary journal) - Wikipedia
Herbert Agar - Agrarian who published "The Task for Conservatism" in the March 1934 issue William Edward David Allen - pro- ... The Agrarian and journalist Herbert Agar became one of Collins's most vehement detractors. In an interview with Marxist ...
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*  Pavel Florensky - Wikipedia
... where he conducted research into producing iodine and agar out of the local seaweed. In 1937 he was transferred to Saint ... He served at the Baikal Amur Mainline camp until 1934 when he was moved to Solovki, ...
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*  List of Columbia College people - Wikipedia
Herbert Agar (1919), journalist and historian, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1934 Matthew Josephson (1920), ... 1933), first African American basketball player to be selected as All-American Cliff Montgomery (1934), led the Columbia Lions ... 1934), author of War and Remembrance and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for The Caine Mutiny John Berryman (1936), ... 1934), last owner, 16th Lord of the manor of Gardiners Island, direct descendant of 17th century English settler Lion Gardiner ...
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*  Sheina Marshall - Wikipedia
In the 1940s she researched seaweeds around Britain as a source of agar and examined the effect of fertilizers on marine ... In 1934 Marshall received a DSc from the University of Glasgow. ...
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*  Fanny Hesse - Wikipedia
Hesse suggested that agar was preferable to gelatin for cultivating bacteria. This led to Koch using agar to cultivate the ... While Koch, in an 1882 paper on tuberculosis bacilli, mentioned he used agar instead of gelatin, he did not credit Fanny or ... Together they were instrumental in developing Agar as a medium for culturing microorganisms. Hesse was born in 1850 in New York ... Walther Hesse AGAR and the Quest to Isolate Pure Cultures The Forgotten Woman Who Made Microbiology Possible http://www.asm.org ...
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*  Swanage - Wikipedia
Also staying in Swanage at this time was the surrealist Eileen Agar, with whom Nash collaborated. In 1936 Nash wrote an essay ... Between 1934 and 1936 Swanage was the home of artist Paul Nash. He worked on the Shell Guide to Dorset and produced a ...
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