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Martin Howard

(d. 1781)


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MARTIN, Howard (died 1924), PPSI; Official Arbitrator under the Acquisition of Land Compensation Act 1919, since 1920

BOWDERY, Martin Howard (born 1956), QC 2000; a Recorder, since 2003; Deputy Judge, Technology and Construction Court, since 2004

BUCKLEY, Martin Howard (born 1945), Chairman, Multichem Ltd, 2009–14 (non-executive Director, 2008–14); non-executive Director, Yorwaste Ltd, since 2009

Public Services Inspection in the UK Howard Davies and Steve Martin (eds), London, Jessica Kingsley, 2008, pp. 160, ISBN 978-1-84310-527-5, £18.99

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 Adapting Proofs-as-Programs—The Curry–Howard Protocol. Springer (2005). ISBN 0-387-23759-3. $79.95/£50.00/€64.95. 420 pp. Hardbound.

TEMIN, Howard M(artin) (1934 - 1994), Professor of Oncology, since 1969, Harry Steenbock Professor of Biological Science, since 1982, Harold P. Rusch Professor of Cancer Research, since 1980 and American Cancer Society Professor of Viral Oncology and Cell Biology, since 1974, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

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(d. 1781),

Loyalist pamphleteer, wrote A Letter from a Gentleman at Halifax to His Friend in Rhode Island (1765), in reply to a publication by Stephen Hopkins. To answer angry ...

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