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  1. Southern Palestine and Jerusalem (The Land and the book) by W. M Thomson, 1880
  2. Innovation as a Social Process: Elihu Thomson and the Rise of General Electric (Studies in Economic History and Policy: USA in the Twentieth Century) by W. Bernard Carlson, 2003-03-13
  3. Ancient Lore in Medieval Latin Glossaries: By Professor W. M. Lindsay and H. J. Thomson [ 1921 ] by W. M. (Wallace Martin) Lindsay, 2009-08-10
  4. Seedtime in Kashmir: A Memoir of W.J. Elmslie by His Widow and W. B. Thomson by M Elmslie, William Jackson Elmslie, et all 2010-03-31
  5. Ancient lore in medieval Latin glossaries. By Professor W. M. Lindsay and H. J. Thomson by W M. 1858-1937 Lindsay, Henry John Thomson, 2010-09-04
  6. Recherches Récentes Sur Diverses Questions D'Hydrodynamique: Exposé Des Travaux De Von Helmholtz, Kirchoff, Sir W. Thomson, Lord Rayleigh, Etc (French Edition) by Marcel Brillouin, 2010-01-10
  7. Selected Stories of E. W. Thomson (Canadian Short Story Library) by E. W. Thomson, 1973-01-01
  8. Elementary Applied Mechanics, by T. Alexander (And A.W. Thomson). by Thomas Alexander, Arthur Watson Thomson, 2010-02-28
  9. W. Thomson Crabbe, F.r.c.s.e., Medical Missionary by Annie R. Butler, 2010-07-24
  10. James Thomson: Anglo-Scot by Mary Jane W. Scott, 1988-01
  11. Liege and the Ardennes: painted by Amedee Forestier, text by George W.T. Omond (1908?) by George W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond, 2009-07-08
  12. Journal of a Barrenlander: W.H.B. Hoare, 1928-1929 by W. H. B Hoare, 1990
  13. Readings in Ethical Theory by Bertrand Russell, G. E. Moore, et all 1970
  14. John Thomson: Pioneer and Father of Scottish Paediatrics by W.S. Craig, 1967-12

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4. Thomson W. Lord K.
thomson william, lord Kelvin. Great Britain. Born on 26.06.1824. Diedon 17.12.1907. Physicist. Corresponding Member of the Physical
William, lord Kelvin
Great Britain.
Born on 26.06.1824.
Died on 17.12.1907.
Corresponding Member of the Physical-Mathematical Division since 02.12.1877.
Honorary Member since 07.12.1896.

5. Mammalian Immunogenetics Research Group
Feline FLADRB nucleotide and amino acid. Group publications. Kennedy LJ,Carter SD, Barnes A, Bell S, Bennett D, Ollier WE, thomson w. (2000).
Mammalian Immunogenetics Research Group
The Mammalian Immunogenetics Research Group (MIRG) consists of research workers from the University of Liverpool Veterinary Faculty and the University of Manchester Medical School. This group is concerned with animal welfare and the genetic basis of spontaneously occurring diseases in dogs horses and cats. We are particularly interested in understanding the genetic basis of autoimmune conditions and the susceptibility to common infections. The Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) consists of a number of tightly linked genes, which are critical in immune regulation and immune response. These genes are also highly polymorphic, and have been shown to be associated with autoimmune diseases in other animal species.
Current work is focussed on the identification of the multiple alleles at each of several class II loci in the target species. It is essential to have a consistent and universal nomenclature for these alleles, and to facilitate this, a Canine MHC Nomenclature Committee has been established under the auspices of the International Society for Animal Genetics (ISAG). This committee will review all nucleotide sequences as they are produced and assign appropriate allele names.

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7. Thomson
Wisconsin State Herbarium, University of Wisconsin Madison. Home.JOHN W. THOMSON JR. PROFESSOR EMERITUS. John Thomson has published

8. Personal Summary
Molecule Modulators Thereof. Behan DP, Chalmers DT, Foster RJ, GlenRC, Lawless MS, Liaw CW, Liu Q, Russo JF, Smith JR, thomson w.
Personal Summary Name : Robert Charles Glen Age 49 years Married with 3 children Nationality British Current Position : Unilever Professor, Director of the Centre for Molecular Informatics Institution : University of Cambridge, UK E-Mail : Address : Dept. of Chemistry, Lensfield Rd., Cambridge, UK. Telephone : (+44) 1223-336-432 Major Achievements Co-inventor of Zomig for Migraine (AstraZeneca). Patents on two other compounds in Phase-2 Patents on compounds in development for Glaucoma, Arthrosclerosis and Schizophrenia Co-author of the GOLD and GASP software programs for protein-ligand docking and similarity experiments Built up a computer-aided design; protein crystallography; drug transport group which made many significant contributions to drug discovery. Published over 75 peer reviewed scientific papers. Assisted in the start-up of three biotech. companies (Arena Pharmaceuticals, Phase-1 Molecular Toxicology, Signase Inc.) Significant contributions in computer-aided design : pattern recognition, genetic algorithms, artificial intelligence, ligand/protein docking, molecular similarity, toxicology and metabolism prediction. Discovered the only co-crystallized reactant and product in a single crystal.

9. Claude W. Thomson
The deceased, son of John W. and Julia thomson was born on a farm a few miles southof Slater, August 31, 1875, and he still resided on the same farm where he
Contributed by Cousin JoAnne Raines Claude William Thomson, was the man who raised
his great-nephew,
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THE SLATER NEWS RUSTLER, THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1957 CLAUDE WILLIAM THOMSON Claude William Thomson, prominent farmer and stockman of this community, passed away at the Maude Lee Home in Slater, Friday, November 23, at the age of 84 years, 2 months and 21 days.
Funeral services, conductted by Rev. Wilson G. Bently, pastor of the Slater Christian Church, were held at the Hill Brothers Chapel, in Slater, Monday afternoon, November 25th, at two o'clock, and burial was made in the Rehoboth Cemetery.
The deceased, son of John W. and Julia Thomson was born on a farm a few miles south of Slater, August 31, 1875, and he still resided on the same farm where he was born, at the time of his death.
Mr. Thomson had been an extensive farmer and stockman as long as his health permitted, and he was well known throughout this section of the state.
The deceased is survived by his wife, of the home; a son, "Mac" Thomson, of Chicago, Ill., and one sister of Fulton, MO. In addition, he leaves four grandchildren and other relatives and a host of long-time friends.

10. Thomson
W thomson was the first who tried to treat mathematically Faraday's conceptionof lines of force, and he introduced JC Maxwell to the problems of the
William Thomson (Lord Kelvin)
Born: 26 June 1824 in Belfast, Ireland
Died: 17 Dec 1907 in Netherhall (near Largs), Ayrshire, Scotland
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William Thomson 's father, James Thomson, had originally intended to become a minister of the Presbyterian Church but had opted for an academic career as a mathematician. William's mother died when he was six years old and from that time he was brought up by his father. James Thomson was the professor of engineering in Belfast at the time of William's birth and, when William was eight years old, his father James was appointed to the chair of mathematics at the University of Glasgow. James Thomson was a dominant father who brought his family up in a strict Presbyterian fashion. William's sister wrote of this childhood [3]:- Our father read to us regularly every Sunday morning some chapters in the Old Testament, and in the evening some in the New. However, despite his father being very strict he had a very close relationship with William. It was from his father that William learn mathematics and at a very young age he became an accomplished mathematician with knowledge of the latest developments in the subject.

11. They Played For Reading FC And Ayr Utd - W Thomson
W. Thomson. Signed from Ayr Utd in the summer of 1913.
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thomson, W. thomson, J.—thomson, T. 875. its clouded grey sky,and 1839, accompanied. 8/6. thomson, W.—THORBECKE. Sir JD Hooker
THOMSON, J.—THOMSON, T. its clouded grey sky, and its sea which leaps and falls again in waves of sparkling and of shadowed silver, is fit to rank among the triumphs of Scottish art. Besides the accounts of his own travels Thomson wrote, in collaboration with Miss E. Harris Smith, Ulu (London, 1888), a novel based on his insight into the working of the African mind, Mungo Park and the Niger (London, 1890), a sound critical biography and many magazine articles on African politics. See Joseph Thomson, African Explorer (London, 1896), a biography by his brother, the Rev. J. B. Thomson, which contains a list of the published writings of the explorer. THOMSON, W.—THORBECKE Sir J. D. Hooker on his travels in Sikkim in 1850, and collaborated with him in publishing his Flora indica in 1855 and in 1854 was appointed superintendent of the botanic gardens at Calcutta, also acting as professor of botany at the Calcutta medical college.

14. Handbook Of Texas Online: THOMSON, JOHN W.
thomson, JOHN W. (18071836). John W. thomson, Alamo defender, son of William Russell and Elizabeth (Sabb) thomson, was born in Louisa County, Virginia, in 1807. He was a doctor by profession.
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THOMSON, JOHN W. qv on March 6, 1836. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Daughters of the American Revolution, The Alamo Heroes and Their Revolutionary Ancestors (San Antonio, 1976). Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Muster Rolls of the Texas Revolution (Austin, 1986). Bill Groneman, Alamo Defenders (Austin: Eakin, 1990). Pat Ireland Nixon, The Medical Story of Early Texas, 1528-1853 (Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Lupe Memorial Fund, 1946). Bill Groneman top of page about search help ... suggest an article topic The Handbook of Texas Online is a joint project of The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association

15. IMGT/MHC Database
DLA Nomenclature Reports. Kennedy LJ, Altet L, Angles JM, Barnes A, Carter SD,Francino O, Gerlach, JA, Happ GM, Ollier WER, Polvi A, thomson w, Wagner JL.
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16. The Official Martin Thomson Website - Lesson 5
Community Email me, All images on this site are © 2001 - Martin ThomsonDo not use without the copyright owners permission, E-mail me.
One aspect of photography that I feel everyone should at least try, is to develop and print your own Black and White film. it isn't as complicated as most people think, and needn't be particularly expensive. In fact, once the initial outlay has been made for the equipment, you can develop and print a film for pennies, compared with up to £10 or £12 from a mini-lab. There are various kits available from suppliers with everything you need, or alternatively, you could hire a fully equipped darkroom from a local college, school or camera club.
need the following:-
  • Developing Tank Thermometer Timing Device Measuring Jugs Developer Stop-Bath Fixer Running Water
It would also make life easier if you had the following, although they are not essential...
  • Changing Bag Scissors Wetting Agent
The first thing to do is to get the film out of the canister, and onto the reel inside the developing tank. This must be done in complete darkness, so a changing bag is ideal, although it is not uncommon for someone to put the lights out, close the curtains, and attach the film under the duvet in their bedroom! Attaching the film to the reel requires a little practise, so it's a good idea to try it a few times with a spare film, till you get the hang of it. The technique involves threading the end of the film onto the reel at the large lugs, and feeding the rest of the film into the spiral by short twisting movements until the end of the film is reached. Cut the canister off with the scissors, or simply tear it off. Now put the reel onto the centre column of the developing tank, put the lid back on, making sure it is tight, and on the right thread, and finally make sure that the slip-on lid is in place as well.

17. Lab Member Information
Publications Awomoyi AA, Donn RP, Davies EJ, Carthy D, thomson w, OllierWER Absence of TAP 2D in Yoruba Nigerians Eur J. Immunogenet.

18. Virgil Thomson - Biography
Biography, key works, articles, review.
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Virgil Thomson (1896 - 1989)
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Virgil Thomson, whose centennial we celebrate in 1996, was a many faceted American composer of great originality and a music critic of singular brilliance. Born in Kansas City, Missouri on 25 November 1896, Thomson studied at Harvard. After a prolonged period in Paris where he studied with Nadia Boulanger and met Cocteau, Stravinsky, Satie, and the artists of Les Six, he returned to the United States where he was chief music critic for the New York Herald Tribune. Virgil Thomson composed in almost every genre of music. Utilizing a musical style marked by sharp wit and overt playfulness, Thomson produced a highly original body of work rooted in American speech rhythms and hymnbook harmony. His music was most influenced by Satie's ideals of clarity, simplicity, irony, and humor. Among his most famous works are the operas Four Saints in Three Acts and The Mother of Us All (both with texts by Gertrude Stein with whom he formed a legendary artistic collaboration), scores to The Plow That Broke the Plains and The River (films by Pare Lorentz), and Louisiana Story (film by Robert Flaherty). In addition to his compositions, he was the author of eight books, including an autobiography. Included in his many honors and awards are the Pulitzer Prize, a Brandeis Award, the gold medal for music from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, the National Book Circle Award, the Kennedy Center Honors, the National Music Council Award, and 20 honorary doctorates.

19. Virgil Thomson
Filmography at IMDb lists movies and television programs using his music. Includes biography and comments on his music criticsm and his Pulitzer Prize winning film score., Virgil

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