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Sir Walter Wilson Greg (1875—1959) literary scholar and bibliographer

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Vaccine adverse event text mining system for extracting features from vaccine safety reports

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Symbolic rule-based classification of lung cancer stages from free-text pathology reports

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1016. Lichfield. W. 29 Sept. '84. John Ryland. Address (NQ): To Mr Ryland, Merchant in London. Christie 5 June 1888; Maggs Catalogue 339 (1915), 1273 (not seen).— NQ 5 S. vii. 381; extracts in Maggs catalogue, an independent text. See Addenda, p. 338, for a report of the MS.

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In their preface to the First Folio, Heminges and Condell assert that some of the earlier printed texts of Shakespeare's plays derived from ‘stolen and surreptitious copies, maimed and deformed ...

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