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Burning Banff

Collaborative Grizzly Bear Management in Banff National Park Learning from a Prototype

Ogilvy, George, first Lord Banff (d. 1663), royalist army officer

Banff criteria as predictors of outcome following acute renal allograft rejection.

WHITEFORD, Eilidh (born 1969), MP (SNP) Banff and Buchan, since 2010

INNES, John (1840 - 1912), DL; Vice-Lieutenant Co. Banff

CRAWFORD, Donald (1837 - 1919), KC 1903; late Sheriff of Aberdeen, Kincardine, and Banff; DL Aberdeen and Banff

Reproducibility of the Banff schema in reporting protocol biopsies of stable renal allografts

An evaluation of the Banff classification of early renal allograft biopsies and correlation with outcome

MORTON, George (1870 - 1953), QC (Scot.) 1918; Sheriff of Aberdeen, Kincardine and Banff since 1932

DUNCAN, Macbeth Moir (1866 - 1942), Advocate, Aberdeen; Hon. Sheriff-Substitute of Aberdeen, Kincardine and Banff

BEGG, John Henderson (1844 - 1911), advocate; Sheriff-Substitute of Aberdeen, Kincardine, and Banff, from 1901

LUMSDEN, Peter Stark (1829 - 1918), DL and JP for the Counties of Aberdeen and Banff

‘Let the Line be Drawn Now’: Wilderness, Conservation, and the Exclusion of Aboriginal People from Banff National Park in Canada

Impact of the Banff 2013 classification on the diagnosis of suspicious versus conclusive late antibody-mediated rejection in allografts without acute dysfunction

A UK-wide trial of the Banff classification of renal transplant pathology in routine diagnostic practice.


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Alberta town on the Bow River, 128 km west of Calgary. Archaeological sites reveal people first came here 11,000 years ago; Native peoples, including the Stoney and Kutenai, later frequented ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.

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