A.J. Brown

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Brown A.J.

A search for J-band variability from late-L and T brown dwarfs*

SDSS J150722.30+523039.8: a cataclysmic variable formed directly from a detached white dwarf/brown dwarf binary?

Builders: Herman and George R. Brown. By Joseph A. Pratt and Christopher J. Castaneda. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1999. xxii, 326 pp. $36.95, ISBN 0-89096-840-3.)

BROWN, Michael Stuart (born 1941), Regental Professor, University of Texas; Paul J. Thomas Chair in Medicine, Jonsson Center for Molecular Genetics, since 1977, and W. A. Moncrief Distinguished Chair in Cholesterol and Arteriosclerosis Research, since 1989, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas

Recurrent and chronic relapsing Guillain-Barré polyneuritis by P.K. Thomas, R.G. Lascelles, J.F. Hallpike and R.L. Hewer. From the Institute of Neurology and National Hospital, Queen Square, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and Guy’s Hospital, London. Brain 1969; 92: 589–606; with An acute axonal form of Guillain-Barré polyneuropathy by T.E. Feasby, J.J. Gilbert, W.F. Brown, C.F. Bolton, A.F. Hahn, W.F. Koopman and D.W. Zochodne. Brain 1986; 109: 1115–1126

WILTSHIRE, Aubrey Roy Liddon (1891 - 1969), Director: Birmid Auto Castings Pty Ltd; Australian Steamships Pty Ltd; Caledonian Collieries Ltd; Cessnock Collieries Ltd; Coal & Allied Industries Ltd; Howard Smith Ltd; Howard Smith Industries Ltd; Australian Sugar Co. Pty Ltd; J. & A. Brown & Abermain Seaham Collieries Ltd; Melbourne Steamship Co. Ltd; Lamson Paragon Ltd

FURNIVALL, Frederick James (1825 - 1910), Hon. Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge; barrister; Founder and Director of Early English Text, Chaucer, Ballad, and New Shakespeare Societies; Founder of the Wyclif and Shelley Societies; Joint Founder of the Browning Society; editor of English MSS and Old Texts; worked with F. D. Maurice, J. M. Ludlow, T. Hughes, etc., in the Christian Socialist and Co-operative Movement, and at the Working Men’s College; was for ten years a captain in the Working Men’s College Rifle Volunteers, the 19th Middlesex


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B. Alvin James Brown, Jamaica, West Indies. Brown began his career on the north coast of Jamaica following a successful audition at the Seawind Hotel in Montego Bay. In 1978 ...

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