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    Volume 38, Number 1 - February 1959

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    Volume 38, Number 1 - February 1959. 46 pages including covers and advertisements. Williams, John, The Alembic Sullivan, Richard, Rhesus\u27 Feast Sullivan, Richard, The Little Ones Soulak, J., A Warm Victory McGeough, Thaddeus, The Greatest Drama Sullivan, Brian, Obituary Holian, William A. McGeough, Thaddeus, The Christmas Gift Aubin, Robert R., A Place of Death Sullivan, Brian, Lines I Survived the H-Bomb McGeough, Thaddeus, When Holian, William A., Landlocked Holian, William A., The Retarded Child Sullivan, Brian, Misery Holian, William A., The Challenge Holian, William A., With What Praises to Extoll Thee I Know Not Holian, William A

    William

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    The gravel roads were just beginning to thaw on that early spring day, and each step we took splashed mud at my boots. Some early robins and some perennial sparrows were doing aerial acrobatics in celebration of the new season. William\u27s eyes, however, were not following the birds\u27 gyrations; nor were mine. While he was staring thoughtfully at the road, I was watching the attitude of his ears--watching because his ears are often indicative of his thoughts. At the time, as though he were mildly tolerant of the situation, they were in a reassuringly lax position, neither upright nor flat, but rather forming two furred slingshot arms with his bay-brown head

    Nearer my God: an autobiography of faith

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    Reviewed Book: Buckley, William F. (William Frank). Nearer my God: an autobiography of faith. New York: Doubleday, 1997

    A Supreme Court Primer for the Public

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    Review of: The Supreme Court: How It Was, How It Is. By William H. Rehnquist. William Morrow & Co., Inc., New York, N.Y., 1987

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    389th Repl. Co. 3rd Platoonhttps://dh.howard.edu/prom_corres/1159/thumbnail.jp

    Matthew Baillie's specimens and engravings

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    In 1799, Matthew Baillie, William Hunter's nephew, published his famous atlas of pathology. It was entitled A Series of Engravings Accompanied with Explanations which are Intended to Illustrate the Morbid Anatomy of Some of the Most Important Parts of the Human Body. The present study aims to match the illustrations to extant specimens in the collections of William and John Hunter, preserved at the University of Glasgow and at the Royal College of Surgeons of England respectively. Baillie's book contains 10 fasciculi, consisting of 73 plates and 206 figures. The specimens Baillie illustrated came from his own collection and those of ten others, including his uncles, William and John Hunter. The book was illustrated by William Clift and engraved by James Basire, William Skelton and James Heath. Excluding eight illustrations of intestinal worms where the provenance of the specimens is uncertain, a total of 98 specimens from William Hunter's collection were illustrated in 104 figures. Eight of the specimens were calculi impossible to identify specifically. Excluding worms and calculi, 72 of William Hunter's specimens illustrated by Baillie are extant in the Hunterian Collection at the University of Glasgow. All but one of the 20 specimens illustrated that had belonged to John Hunter were identified in the on-line catalogue of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Baillie's own collection was destroyed when the Royal College of Surgeons of England was bombed in 1941. Baillie is credited with being the first to produce an illustrated systematic textbook of morbid anatomy and probably the first to illustrate emphysema and transposition of the great vessels. His book, however, was not comprehensive. It did not cover a number of topics such as muscles and bones and there is little coverage of the nervous system. Baillie's book, however, was an original concept as an atlas of morbid anatomy and showed his deep insight into pathology

    Volume 19, Number 1 - October 1936

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    Volume 19, Number 1 - October 1936. 66 pages including covers and advertisements. Sheen, Rt. Rev. Msgr., Fulton, J., The Dignity of Man Hughes, Edward Riley, Perception--A Poem O\u27Brien, George V., The Kettle--A Short Story Geary, William Denis, Good Intentions--A Poem Healy, Robert C., Corvo, Singer In Solitude Gibbons, Walter F., On The Psychology Of Hosiery Hughes, Edward Riley, First Citizen--A Poem King, Francis J., Present Day Art Geary, William Denis, Moderation--A Poem Graham, John A., One Fleeting Hour--A Short Story Geary, William Denis, Flight--A Poem Plasse, William B., Races Are Fixed! McTige, Joseph, Fair Ireland Hughes, Edward Riley, Prayer--A Poem Hughes, Walter Appleton, The Bore The Merrier Hughes, Edward Riley, Via Crucis--A Poem Flynn, Thomas, Catholics, Child Labor and the Amendment Scowcroft, George T., The Collegiate World Editorials Book Review

    William Penn Foundation - Is Philadelphia's Leading Philanthropy Back on Track?

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    For nearly 70 years, the William Penn Foundation has been a philanthropic giant in the Philadelphia area, leading efforts in the arts, environment and education. While the foundation is largely seen as an effective institution, recent changes in leadership and strategy have challenged the foundation's values of transparency and equity. Encouragingly, William Penn has signaled a renewed commitment to advocacy and organizing that engages affected communities. But there's much work to be done before William Penn is the proactive civic leader its constituents need it to be -- one that breaks through the major problems facing Philadelphia and its underserved communities

    Journal of African Christian Biography: v. 1, no. 5

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    A publication of the Dictionary of African Christian Biography with U.S. offices located at the Center for Global Christianity and Mission at Boston University. This issue focuses on: 1. William Wadé Harris, Prophet-Evangelist of West Africa: His Life, Message, Praxis, Heritage, and Legacy. 2. William Wadé Harris. 3. Recent Print and Digital Resources Related to Christianity in Africa
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