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a city of north central North Carolina

English breed of short-horned cattle


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Sheldrake, William Leech Professor of Applied Theology at the University of Durham, UK, faced a mammoth task for over four years and succeeded brilliantly in bringing out this resourceful volume.
Durham University researchers in Durham, UK transplanted human follicle dermal sheath tissue from the scalp of a male scientist into the forearm of a female coinvestigator who differed both in blood group and major histocompatibility complex (MHC) type.
CAMERON, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Durham, UK.
This volume arose from the Fourth International Colloquium on "The Ancient Near East between Classical and Ancient Oriental Traditions," held at Hatfield College, Durham, UK, in July 2010.
The population decays and it is being replenished from somewhere," New Scientist quoted Jonathan Horner at the University of Durham, UK, as saying.
Rawcliffe holds a BSc degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Durham, UK.
Bede plc, Durham, UK, has appointed Stuart McIntosh to the position of non-executive chairman of the board.
Help and advice with the business has come from John Atkinson of Business Link County Durham, UK Trade Investment, the Rural Development Programmes and Defra.
Andrew Louth is an Orthodox priest of the Russian Patriarchal Diocese of Sourozh, and Professor of Patristic and Byzantine Studies in the University of Durham, UK.
The Aerosol Jet system, which will be installed at PETEC's location in County Durham, UK, will be primarily used to prototype Organic Thin Film Transistors (OTFTs).