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Dehn T 2005 Controversal topics in surgery Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (Supplement) 87 (4) 239
Police said on Thursday that Olmert, 63, was suspected in a case in which millions of dollars were exchanged for the promotion of real estate projects, including a controversal housing scheme in Jerusalem in which zoning laws had to be changed.
Bishop again led the pack with two first place citations for the controversal June 2008 cover, depicting a woman on a beach reading three theological books written by Canadian Presbyterian scholars, and original artwork (March 2008).
THE CONTROVERSAL Indo-US nuclear agreement on supplying latest technology and fuel to India's civilian nuclear power plants finally got the approval from United States Senate last week.
MERSEYSIDE'S public health director is calling for a rethink of the government's controversal new plans for round-the-clock drinking.
The Dutch abortion ship operated by the group "Women on waves" has been banned from sailing after controversal visits to the Catholic countries of Ireland (2001) and Poland (see C.