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25 His ultimum vale to Amorous verse

Acute augmentation of serotonin suppresses cardiovascular responses to emotional valence

1271 [Eliot Vale, Blackheath, 19 November 1821] To Mrs. James Burney and Sarah Payne

1294 Eliot Vale, Blackheath, 10 October 1822 To Alexander d'Arblay

1295 Eliot Vale, Blackheath, 14–17 October 1822 To Esther (Burney) Burney

1417 [Eliot Vale], July 1831 To Mrs. Broome and Esther (Burney) Burney

1418 Eliot Vale, Blackheath, 3 October 1831 To Anna Wilbraham later Grosvenor1

Brain Activity and Network Interactions Linked to Valence-Related Differences in the Impact of Emotional Distraction

A Novel Mixed Valence Form of Rhus vernicifera Laccase and Its Reaction with Dioxygen to Give a Peroxide Intermediate Bound to the Trinuclear Center

1270 [11 Bolton Street] and continued at Eliot Vale 21 October–[post 8] November 1821 To Esther (Burney) Burney

1278 Eliot Vale, Blackheath and 11 Bolton Street, [late December 1821]–27 January [1822] To Mrs. Broome

1296 Eliot Vale, Blackheath, and 11 Bolton Street, 11–24 December 1822 To Esther (Burney) Burney

Synthesis of oligonucleotides containing the Dewar valence isomer of the (6–4) photoproduct and their application to (6–4) photolyase studies

Lawrence J. Vale. From the Puritans to the Projects: Public Housing and Public Neighbors. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 2000. Pp. xiii, 460. $45.00

XVII The Blind Highland Boy. A Tale told by the Fireside, after returning to the Vale of Grasmere

The human amygdala is sensitive to the valence of pictures and sounds irrespective of arousal: an fMRI study

VALES I: the molecular gas content in star-forming dusty H-ATLAS galaxies up to z = 0.35

 

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An old seafaring term meaning, of a ship, to drop down a river before starting on a sea voyage. Thus, a ship loaded with cargo in London would vale down the River Thames to the sea. The word probably derives from Latin vale, farewell.

Subjects: Maritime History.


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