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E74

Bates, H. E. (1905–74)

Bates, H. E. (1905–74)

Bates, H. E. (1905–74)

Bates, H. E. (1905–74)

Bates, H. E. (1905–74)

E74 Hearing Loss in Ankylosing Spondilitis

72 LOCKE to P E [Elinor Parry, later Mrs. Hawkshaw?],[early September 1659?] (70, 74)

74 LOCKE to P E [Elinor Parry, later Mrs. Hawkshaw?],[mid-September 1659?] (72, 79)

79 LOCKE to P E [Elinor Parry, later Mrs. Hawkshaw?], [late September 1659?] (74, 80)

E74. A Cross-Sectional Survey of Management Practice of Psoriatic Arthritis in Essex UK

COOKE, Jean Esme Oregon (1927 - 2008), (professional name Jean E. Cooke); Lecturer in Painting, Royal College of Art, 1964–74

HURRELL, Geoffrey Taylor (1900 - 1989), Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, 1974–75 (of Cambridgeshire and Isle of Ely, 1965–74)

WICKBERG, Erik E. (1904 - 1996), Comdr of the Order of Vasa (Sweden), 1970; General of the Salvation Army, 1969–74

HOLMES, E(ric) M(ontagu) Price (1909 - 1983), Manager, Legal Department, Beecham Group Ltd, 1946–74; Chairman, Town & Country Building Society, 1981–83 (Director, 1936–83)

Institutional Frameworks of Community Health and Safety Regulation: Committees, Agencies and Private Bodies by E. Vos, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 1999, 360 + xlvi pp., ISBN 1 901362-74-4

The Politics of State Feminism: Innovation in Comparative Research By Dorothy E. McBride and Amy G. Mazur Temple University Press. 2010. 306 pages. $74.50 cloth

William E. Burns. An Age of Wonders: Prodigies, Politics and Providence in England 1657–1727. New York: Manchester University Press. 2002. Pp. ix, 228. $74.95

Mary Stroll. The Medieval Abbey of Farfa: Target of Papal and Imperial Ambitions. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, number 74.) New York: E. J. Brill. 1997. Pp. xii, 298

 

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A protein, expressed during development of Drosophila, that correlates with an ecdysone‐induced activity of puff 74EF. It is encoded by Drosophila EIP74Ef, an ecdysone‐inducible gene that encodes two ETS‐related protein ...

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