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  1. A Year in the Fields: Selections From the Writings of John Burroughs [1896 ] by John Burroughs, 2009-09-22
  2. John Field und die Himmels-Electricitat: Skizzen (German Edition) by Wolfgang Schluter, 1998
  3. A doctor on the California trail;: The diary of Dr. John Hudson Wayman from Cambridge City, Indiana, to the gold fields in 1852 by John Hudson Wayman, 1971
  4. A year in the fields; selections from the writings of John Burroughs by John Burroughs, 2010-09-08
  5. Field And Study: The Writings Of John Burroughs by John Burroughs, 2004-08-30
  6. A Sermon Preach'd June 28, 1691. At St. Giles's in the Fields by John Sharp, D. D. Arch-Bishop of York Elect Publish'd at the Request of the Gentlemen of the Vestry. The Second Edition. by John. Sharp, 1707
  7. The Writings of John Burroughs: Volume 6. Fresh Fields by John Burroughs, 2001-08-28
  9. The Writings of John Burroughs (Volume 6); Fresh Fields by John Burroughs, 2010-10-14
  10. In Flanders Fields: The Story of John McCrae by John F. Prescott, 1985-06
  11. Reflections on a Long Life: The Poetry of John Fields by John P. Fields, 2003-12-22
  12. The Little Field Marshall: Sir John French by Richard Holmes, 1981-11-09
  13. The noble science;: John Leech in the hunting field by Thomas Bodkin, 1948
  14. Oceans 2020: Science, Trends, and the Challenge of Sustainability

61. :: John Kerry For President - Trade Enforcement: Asleep At The Wheel ::
commitment is part of a larger economic growth strategy that john Kerry believes businesses, we also need leaders willing to fight for a level playing field.
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Trade Enforcement: Asleep at the Wheel Executive Summary
  • George Bush is on track to become the first President since Herbert Hoover to preside over a reduction in exports in his term, adjusted for inflation.
  • On average, the Clinton Administration brought more trade enforcement cases to the WTO each year than the Bush Administration has brought in more than three years in office.
  • Under President Bush, America has become a Punching Bag: The US has been the target of almost one-third of all WTO cases filed since January 2001.
  • After finding scores of Chinese WTO rule violations in 2001, 2002, and again in 2003, the Administration waited until March 2004 to file its first case against China
John Kerry Has a Six-Point Plan to Enforce our Trade Agreements:
  • A 120-day review of all existing trade agreements.
  • 62. WQXR: Classical Music Scene
    Biography with musical training and influences, piano virtuosity and touring, influence on subsequent composers, noted compositions, and summary list of works. From the Grove Concise Dictionary of Music entry at WQXR radio.

    63. John Godwin's Website For Sore Eyes
    Betacam production services in Atlanta/Southeast, with field production and editing available. Includes resume and stills.
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    64. John Field The Irish Romantic
    Indepth biography, details of his career in Russia, portrait, and a works list.

    65. Genealogy Data
    Back to Main Page. field, john Coverlid Birth 10 OCT 1812 Death 4 JAN 1872 Gender Male Parents Father field, Jeremiah Mother , Rebecca Elvy. Family
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    Clark, Rhona Mae
    Birth : living Forres,Scotland
    Gender: Female
    Parents: Father: Clark, Alexander Melville
    Mother: Stephen, Margaret
    Family: Marriage: living in Castlehill Church,Forres,Scotland
    Spouse: Aitchison, Joseph
    Gender: Male
    Children: Aitchison, Grahame Clark
    Birth : living Hamilton,Scotland
    Gender: Male Family: Marriage: living in Newbold Hotel,Forres Spouse: Davidson, Francis James Birth : living Gender: Male Children: Davidson, Ewan James Birth : living Gender: Male Davidson, Lorna Birth : 3 AUG 1978 Death : 2002 Gender: Female
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    Weierter, Frederick Murray Birth : 24 SEP 1888 Sale,Victoria,Australia Death : 21 JUN 1979 Gosford,NSW,Australia Gender: Male Parents: Father: Weierter, Frederick William Mother: Barclay, Annie Murray Family: Marriage: 19 MAR 1934 in Sydney,NSW,Australia Spouse: Thiele, Martha Christiana Birth : 14 NOV 1900 Gin Gin,Queensland,Australia Death : 28 JUL 1974 Gosford,NSW,Australia Gender: Female Children: Weierter, Frederick Charles Kay

    66. Welcome To The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation Online
    have prompted this second book from Westminster john Knox Press authors/researchers Cynthia Woolever and Deborah Bruce. Their original work, A field Guide to
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    by James B. Nelson

    The Revelation of John: The New Daily Study Bible, Volumes One and Two
    by Professor William Barclay
    In this and its companion volume ( The Revelation of John, Volume 2 (more)
    James B. Nelson
    James B. Nelson is Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. He is a prolific and groundbreaking author, having written numerous books in the areas of sexual theology, bioethics, and Christian ethical theory. His revolutionary book The Intimate Connection: Male Sexuality, Masculine Spirituality (more)

    by William Sloane Coffin Sing the Faith (Pew Edition) The Presbyterian Hymnal Christian Worship (FCF) by Ronald P. Byars Being Methodist in the Bible Belt by F. Belton Joyner Jr. The Gospel according to The Simpsons by Mark I. Pinsky The Revelation of John, Vol. 1 (NDSB) by William Barclay The Revelation of John, Vol. II (NDSB) by William Barclay Preaching the Calendar by J. Ellsworth Kalas

    67. : John Kerry On The Campaign Trail
    field Notes john Kerry. Reports from the campaign trail. By Ed O Keefe ABCNEWS Ed O Keefe is on the trail with Sen. john Kerry as he runs for president.
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    Field Notes: John Kerry Reports from the campaign trail
    By Ed O'Keefe
    ABCNEWS' Ed O'Keefe is on the trail with Sen. John Kerry as he runs for president. For the latest report, scroll down.
    ¿No más? COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 2Sen. John Kerry's day leading up to Super Tuesday felt more like a busy general election campaign swing rather than the continuing drama of a two-person nomination contest. In fact, to hear Kerry's trio of stump speeches delivered Monday in Maryland, Ohio, and Georgia, one might believe the only two-man race in the Senator's mind is against President George W. Bush. In a 35-minute rally cry in which Senator Kerry never once even mentioned Sen. Edwards, the Massachusetts Senator instead focused on President Bush, promising, "This is going to be a campaign different from campaigns in the past. This isn't going to be some kind of, you know, we're like them, they're like us, wishy-washy, mealy-mouth, you can't tell the difference deal. This is going to be something where we're giving America a real choice." But even as Kerry gave glimpse of the anticipated fall campaign to come to in his "Real Deal" spiel at Ohio State University, a young boy in the audience had had enough. Slipping from his mother's grasp, his sneakers plunked to the ground and he began a silent protest.

    OLYMPIC TRACK field JOURNAL 2002. Is john CARLOS, 1968 Olympic Bronze Medalist 4time World Record Holder, AAU Champion, 4-Time NCAA Champion and 5-Time All

    (Picture above L-R: John Carlos setting 100yd World Record of 9.1 at 1969 West Coast Relays in Fresno,CA.)
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    NOAH NGENY, captured gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The new Champion at 1500 Meters is the phenomenal Kenyan middle distance star. Noah defeated the great Hicham El Guerrouj, Morocco,(the current World Record holder) to capture the Olympic Gold. Ngeny is also the current World Record Holder for 1000 Meters at 2:11.96. He is one of the fastest 1500/Mile runners of all time. His Olympic winning time for 1500 meters was an Olympic Record performance of 3:32.07 GAIL DEVERS, USA is a two-time Olympic Champion at 100 Meters. Gail won the 100 Meters at both the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games. She is also the 1999 World Champion and American record holder for the 100 Meter Hurdles at 12.37. Marion Jones, 5-Time Olympic Medalist is shown here capturing the 2000 Sydney Olympic 100 Meter Gold Medal. Her gold medal time was 10.75 for 100 meters. She also captured gold at 200 meters with a season best time of 21.84. Her other medals were as follows: Long Jump Bronze - 22'8-1/2" (1st Heike Drechsler, Germany 22'11-1/4", 2nd Fiona May, Italy 22-8-1/2" placed 2nd on better 2nd jump); 4x100 Meter Relay Bronze 42.20 (Bahamas Gold 41.95); 4x400 Meter Relay Gold 3:22.62. Marion won (3) Olympic Gold Medals, and (2) Olympic Bronze Medals at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
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    69. Wiley::Nanosystems: Molecular Machinery, Manufacturing, And Computation
    By K. Eric Drexler; john Wiley Sons, 1992, ISBN 0471575186. Large, pioneering technical and mathematical text, may be author's greatest contribution to this field. publisher website,,0471575186,00.html
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    by Paul Druker, Yury Avrutin Ethics and Computing: Living Responsibly in a Computerized World, 2nd Edition (Paperback) by Kevin W. Bowyer (Editor) A History of Computing Technology, 2nd Edition (Paperback) by Michael R. Williams In the Beginning: Personal Recollections of Software Pioneers (Hardcover) by Robert L. Glass Biosciences on the Internet: A Student's Guide (E-Book) by Georges Dussart Join a Computing Mailing List General Interest Nanosystems: Molecular Machinery, Manufacturing, and Computation K. Eric Drexler

    70. Oregon DMV -- John Day Oregon DMV Field Office
    john Day field Office. Address. Click on this image to view a larger photograph of the john Day DMV field office. See the location of this field office on a map!
    DMV Field Offices
    John Day Field Office
    John Day
    193 N Canyon Blvd
    John Day, OR 97845
    Hours of Operation
    Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    (Closed for Lunch: 12:30 to 1:30 PM) The office may be closed temporarily at other times when business, illness or training requires the staff to be away from the office. Note: See Holiday Closure Schedule
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    Monday - Friday: 9:00 to 11:30 AM and 1:30 to 4:00 PM
    Drive Test Appointments: (541) 575-1503
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    • Vehicle Title and Registration Transactions Registration Renewal Trip Permits Vehicle Identification Number Inspections Knowledge Testing Driver Licenses: Original, Duplicate and Renewal Identification Cards: Original, Duplicate and Renewal Reinstatements Accident Reports Change of Address and Voter Registration Record Purchases Information Regular C Drive Tests - by appointment only Motorcycle Skills Tests - by appointment only Motor Carrier Transportation Branch Permits Transportation Permits CDL Drive Tests by appointment only
    Driving Directions
    From the west:
    Take Hwy 26 until it becomes Main Street. At the traffic light, turn left onto Canyon Blvd. The office is at the end of the first block on the right.

    71. 10.3. Bernoulli, Johan (1667-1748)
    Pioneers in the field of calculus, appied the new tool to real problems, life was one of the most controversial of any mathematician, member of the world's most successful mathematical family, also known as Johannes, Jean or john.
    10.3. Bernoulli, Johan (1667-1748)
    IRA Johann Bernoulli was one of the pioneers in the field of calculus and helped apply the new tool to real problems. His life was one of the most controversial of any mathematician. He was a member of the world's most successful mathematical family, the Bernoullis. Johann (also known as Johannes, Jean or John, depending on the translation) Bernoulli was born in Basel, Switzerland, on August 6, 1667. His family had originally been from Antwerp, Belgium, but had fled to avoid persecution by Catholics. After first settling down in Frankfurt, Johann's grandfather moved to Basel in 1622. Johann was the tenth son of a successful merchant and local official. Originally, Johann's father had attempted to make a merchant out of his child but the son failed miserably as an apprentice. In 1683, he was given permission to enter the University of Basel, where his older brother Jacob, who was also a great mathematician, was already a professor. While pursuing a degree in medicine, Johann was tutored in mathematics by his older brother and soon developed a mastery of the new Leibnizian calculus. In 1694, he had committed himself to this new field and received his doctorate on a mathematical paper on muscular movement. Unable to get the seat of mathematics at University of Basel because his brother held it, Johann accepted a position at the University of Groningen. In 1705, he returned to Basel after his brother's death to take Jacob's old position at the university. During his life he was awarded many honors including membership at the Academies of Science at Paris, Berlin, St. Petersburg and many others. He died in Basel on January 1, 1748.

    72. Keynote At The Field Museum
    First Monday. Keynote at The field Museum by john McCarter. john McCarter is president and chief executive officer of the field Museum in Chicago.
    You are leading the charge of expanding the ability of libraries and museums in this new and rapidly changing information age. We are at a time when digital technologies and the changing landscape of their use offer powerful opportunities but great challenges. How we answer these challenges will help shape our global society. We carry the torch for public education in science, the arts, humanities, and history, and much of the charge for the enlightenment of the public falls to us. Let me share some statistics.
    • Field Museum curators author 250 scientific publications per year; We are currently executing 80 research grants totaling $30 million; We are active in over 90 countries worldwide; and, 600 scientists are affiliated with us.
    We steward premier Natural History collections.
    • 22 million specimens and artifacts; 800 new specimens arrive each day; A 270,000 volume research library; 111 years of institutional archives, including 400,000 photographs; and, 7,500 rare works, the earliest dating to 1461.

    Video of Steve Goodman, zoologist, The Field Museum.

    73. Hypothermia.html
    Management of hypothermia in a clinical setting. Much of the information is also useful in the field. By john Hickey.
    Management of Hypothermia
    You may have noticed that it's getting colder outside. Moreover, some of my patients have informed me that the Almanac is predicting a hard winter. It would therefore seem appropriate to review the management of Hypothermia It goes without saying that the best management is prevention , so encourage your patients to dress properly in low temperatures, accounting for dampness and wind chill. Never-the-less we will continue to see cases of hypothermia in the Emergency Room.
  • Warmed, humidified O
  • Esophageal rewarming tubes are used extensively in Europe and may soon be available in North America. Once this temperature is attained you proceed with ACLS recognizing that the medications may accumulate and reach toxic levels, so the interval between boluses should be longer than normal. This interval, and the frequency of defibrillation attempts is somewhat empirical, but recusitation attempts should not be stopped until the patient has been rewarmed to normal or near normal temperature. Endotracheal intubation and the placing of other tubes must be done gently, as these patients have a lower fibrillation threshold.
  • 74. The National Concert Hall | About Us / Venue / The John Field Room
    About Us. Venue. The john field Room. At a Glance. Seating up to 250; Lunchtime Concerts; Receptions Launches. Our second performing
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    Our second performing space, The John Field Room can accommodate a seated audience of 250 and is primarily used for chamber music, lunchtime concerts and smaller recitals.
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    This space is dominated by the largest ever designed chandelier produced by Waterford Crystal with the stage area for performing set against the main staircase which leads to the Upper Balcony.
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    75. Welcome To Castle Argghhh! The Home Of One Of Jonah's Military Guys.
    Flash Traffic Follows » I was issued at the 10th General field Hospital, Wuerzburg, Germany. I ma 10th ID baby. by john of Argghhh! on May 22, 2004 0713 AM
    Day By Day© by Chris Muir - Have We Got This Guy Syndicated? Stay Tuned!
    May 27, 2004
    Since we had fun with the last one...
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    Good News from Iraq...
    ...that of course, we aren't really hearing about from the media. Not enough American Bodies - so it isn't news. From the Strategy Page Update today in the extended post: Flash Traffic Follows » IRAQ: Why al Sadr's Gunmen Keep Losing May 27, 2004: Muqtada al Sadr's gunmen continued to withdraw from Najaf, as al Sadr tried to make a deal that would get the murder charges against him dropped. A ceasefire agreement has been negotiated with al Sadr, with the help of members of the Iraqi Governing Council. In most of the areas that al Sadrs gunmen took over in April, the gunmen are dead or gone, and the Iraqi government and police are back in control.
    lieutenant was captured yesterday and there is a feeling that the walls are closing in. They are. In Fallujah, the Baath Party thugs with guns have been replaced by Sunni clergy armed with religion. The civil government, which was driven out by the armed gangs, has not been able to take power. Instead, most neighborhoods are taking orders from the clergy in the local mosque. Fallujah always had the largest number of mosques and clergy per capita in the Sunni parts of Iraq. This is what made Fallujah a hospitable place for al Qaeda. US Marines have allowed the "Fallujah Brigade" to patrol the city, with occasional visits by marine patrols. While this has kept Fallujah quiet, the city is still a base for armed groups opposed to the Iraqi government and coalition troops. Fighting still takes place outside of Fallujah.

    76. Field Guide To Common Texas Insects
    Images and descriptions of common Texas insects, from the book A field Guide to Common Texas Insects , by Bastiaan Drees and john Jackman.

    77. Trenches On The Web - Bio: General John French
    General john Denton Pinkstone French. First Earl of Ypres. By Wendell Vest. 18521925. Commanded cavalry in Boer War. Promoted field Marshal 1913.

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    General John Denton Pinkstone French
    First Earl of Ypres
    By: Wendell Vest
    General Information
    • Entered Navy in 1866, Transferred to Army in 1874.
    • Distinguished career as a cavalry officer. Commanded cavalry in Boer War.
    • Promoted Field Marshal 1913. Chief of Imperial General Staff 1912-1914.
    • Commander in Chief British Expeditionary Force (BEF) 1914.
    • Moved the BEF to France in the opening days of the War. Expected to join the French army in offensive operations on concentration in August. Instead the BEF was attacked by superior German forces from the right wing of the massive German wheel through Belgium. Desperate battles at Mons and Le Cateau.
    • Orders retreat of the BEF, Informs his staff of his intention to withdraw the BEF from the battle line to refit south of the River Seine. Lord Kitchener, the Secretary of State for was travels to Paris and directs French to support the French forces in their battle with the advancing Germans.
    • The BEF retreats south of the Marne, then turns around and attacks. This attack was critical in forcing the Germans to retreat to the Aisne River (Battle of the Marne).
    • French continues as Commander in Chief of the BEF, through the critical battles in the northwest where the Germans attempt to break the allied defenses at Ypres. This battle spelled the end of the "Old Contemptibles", the original BEF.

    78. British Archaeology Magazine 58, April 2001
    An article by john Letts in British Archaeology on the evidence of widespread survival of ancient thatch on vernacular buildings. History of thatching.
    Issue 58
    April 2001
    Earliest evidence of lead mining at Cwmystwyth Fine mosaic floor of Roman dining room preserved in London Defensive spikes point to Roman fear of the North ... In Brief
    Medieval thatch
    John Letts on the survival of medieval plants in thatch Finding the New Rome
    Great sites

    David Hinton on the 7th century royal site at Yeavering
    Voting for archaeology
    Simon Denison on Archaeology and the General Election
    Cider and beer, Seahenge, Early metal, Water
    Why we must redefine 'treasure', by George Lambrick
    Peter Ellis
    Regular column
    Circles of Stone by Max Milligan and Aubrey Burl Children and Material Culture edited by Joanna Sofaer Deverenski Wood and Woodworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York by Caroel A Morris Air Photo Interpretation for Archaeologists by DR Wilson ...
    CBA update
    favourite finds
    Long reach of the flint knappers. Mike Pitts's find links a Suffolk pub with a South Sea island. ISSN 1357-4442 Editor Simon Denison
    Living under a medieval field
    John Letts reports on the remarkable evidence for medieval cereal crops and weeds that survives in the thatched roofs of southern England 'Fful sooty was hir bour and eke hir halle' (Chaucer, The Nun's Priest's Tale)

    79. Field Museum Staff
    john Bates Home Bibliography Curriculum Vitae Other Written Work Presentations Invited Seminars Professional Societies, Service Students field Experience

    80. Men Of ANZAC - John Simpson Kirkpatrick - ANZAC History, ANZAC Day, ANZAC Day Hi
    A page about and dedicated to john Simpson Kirkpatrick, a stretcherbearer with the 3rd field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps, remembered as the man with the donkey . Killed in action at Gallipoli, 19 May 1915.
    John Simpson Kirkpatrick
    July 6, 1892 - May 19, 1915
    A 1913 portrait photo of Simpson,
    Aged 21.
    (AWM A02826) John Simpson Kirkpatrick , affectionately known as "the man and his donkey", was born on the 6th of July 1892 in South Shields, England. He landed at ANZAC Cove at 5 a.m. on the 25th of April 1915 and was mortally wounded in Shrapnel Gully, near the mouth of Monash Valley, on the 19th of May 1915 at the age of 22. During the 24 days he spent at ANZAC he operated as a sole unit with his beloved donkey/s and is credited with saving the lives of probably hundreds of men. He has become a part of the ANZAC folklore and though recommended for the Victoria Cross, twice, and the Distinguished Conduct Medal was never decorated for his actions.
    Early life
    His parents, Robert and Sarah, were Scottish. Robert was a merchant seaman for 20 years before finally settling at South Shields, Tyneside. Each summer young John worked at Murphy's Fair, providing donkey rides for a penny a ride for the children. John, known commonly as Jack, looked after the donkeys from 7.30 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. when he would ride one the 2 miles to his home. The animals responded well to his gentle, kind manner, he seemed to have an instinctive attachment with them. A serious accident in 1904 left his father, Robert, incapacitated and he died in 1909. After his father's accident, young Jack took on a series of jobs to help support the family.

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