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Ruth Gordon (1896—1985)

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Over 21 (1944)

To John Overs, 21 July 1841

To John Overs, 21 January 1841

To John Overs, 21 March 1844

A Trend Analysis of Quality Indicators of Patient Safety in the Clinical Laboratory Over 21 Months

Survival in high-grade osteosarcoma: improvement over 21 years at a single institution

Déjà Vu All Over Again: Koch's Postulates and Virology in the 21st Century

A new defensive mechanism to prevent apoptosis in salivary ductal cells from patients with Sjögren's syndrome: over‐expression of p53 and p21

Disomy rates for chromosomes 14 and 21 studied by fluorescent in-situ hybridization in spermatozoa from three men over 60 years of age.

Effects of styrene-7,8-oxide over p53, p21, bcl-2 and bax expression in human lymphocyte cultures

The Association of Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy with Weight Gain over the Subsequent 21 Years: Findings from a Prospective Cohort Study

DOP013. Increase of Inflammatory Bowel Disease incidence in teenagers in a prospective population-based-study over a 21-year period (1988-2008)

P121. Delay in diagnosis of Crohn’s disease: description over time and identification of associated factors. A 21-year population based study

Abrogation of CCL21 chemokine function by transgenic over-expression impairs T cell immunity to local infections

Tracking a Tuberculosis Outbreak Over 21 Years: Strain-Specific Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism Typing Combined With Targeted Whole-Genome Sequencing

Total anticholinergic burden and risk of mortality and cardiovascular disease over 10 years in 21,636 middle-aged and older men and women of EPIC-Norfolk prospective population study

Steven D. Classen. Watching Jim Crow: The Struggles over Mississippi TV, 1955–1969. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 2005. Pp. x, 275. $21.95

[1553] To: Mr. Roger Wilson, distiller, at the Half Moon and Still over against the King's Bench in Southwark, London Kendal, 21 March, 1716[17]

 

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(1944),

a comedy by Ruth Gordon. [Music Box Theatre, 221 perf.] When Max Wharton (Harvey Stephens), a newspaper editor who is barely young enough to be accepted by the armed ...

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