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Group of Six

H i mapping of galaxies in six Group Evolution Multiwavelength Study groups*

Reference Man Models for Males and Females of Six Age Groups of Asian Populations

The parent populations of six groups identified from chemical tagging in the solar neighbourhood

Kinematics, substructure and luminosity-weighted dynamics of six nearby galaxy groups

A study of the Phaonia angelicae group (Diptera: Muscidae), with descriptions of six new species from China

Flavonoids from each of the six structural groups reactivate BRM, a possible cofactor for the anticancer effects of flavonoids

Patients with unsolved congenital disorders of glycosylation type II can be subdivided in six distinct biochemical groups

Six versus 12 months of adjuvant trastuzumab in combination with dose-dense chemotherapy for women with HER2-positive breast cancer: a multicenter randomized study by the Hellenic Oncology Research Group (HORG)

The Cape Town Convention After Six Months - Participatory seminar on registration, legal opinions and contract practices, organised under the auspices of the American Foundation for International Uniform Law in association with the Association of American Title Lawyers, Aviareto Ltd., the Aviation Working Group, Fordham Law School and the International Registry Advisory Board - New York (United States of America) - 23–24 October 2006.

GOODMAN, Robert Gwelo (died 1939), South African artist; Medallist, Julian’s Schools, Paris. Member Pastel Society; Exhibitor at Salon, RA; Ten panels painted for Union Government of South Africa for vestibule of library at South Africa House, 1943; Room for Princess Alice in Kensington Palace decorated with 8 panel pictures of South Africa, 1930; six water colours, two oils, one pastel, purchased by Chamber of Mines for Johannesburg Art Gallery; Kanakoutes, purchased by Grahamstown Gallery; Schoengezicht, 1922, purchased by Durban Gallery; gold medal for group of pastels, San Francisco, 1915; King George V Jubilee Medal, 1935; King George VI Coronation Medal, 1937

 

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