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CARNEY, Michael (born 1937), Secretary, Water Services Association (formerly Water Authorities Association), 1987–92

Association of water spectral indices with plant and soil water relations in contrasting wheat genotypes

Water flows in the parasitic association Rhinanthus minor/Hordeum vulgare

OWEN, Robert Penrhyn (1918 - 2003), Director and Secretary, The Water Companies’ Association, 1974–83, retired

Association between extracellular water, left ventricular mass and hypertension in haemodialysis patients

Path Complexity in Virtual Water Maze Navigation: Differential Associations with Age, Sex, and Regional Brain Volume

Association mapping in durum wheat grown across a broad range of water regimes

NARAYANAN, Ravi (born 1943), Chairman: Asia-Pacific Water Forum, since 2013 (Vice-Chairman, 2006–13); Water Integrity Network Association, since 2013

JONES, Gordon (Pearce) (1927 - 1999), Chairman: Yorkshire Water, 1983–96; Water Authorities Association, 1986–89

The First Association of a Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis Death With Culturable Naegleria fowleri in Tap Water From a US Treated Public Drinking Water System

Water! Evolution of Water Supply and Sanitation in Finland from the Mid-1800s to 2000. By Tapio S. Katko. Helsinki: Finnish Water and Waste Water Works association, 1997. 102 pp. Illustrations, selected references. $50.00

Safe Drinking Water. Lessons From Recent Outbreaks in Affluent Nations. Steve E. Hrudey and Elizabeth J. Hrudey. Published by International Water Association Publishing. ISBN: 1843390426. Price: £89.00. 486 pp.

LANGDON, Janet Mary (born 1940), Director and Secretary, Water Services Association of England and Wales, 1992–98

SAINT, Thomas Wakelin (1861 - 1928), JP; Alderman of Islington since 1906; Chairman East Islington Conservative Association; member of Metropolitan Water Board

The Association Between Water Supply and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Based on a 1990–1993 Cohort Study in Southeastern Norway

The Symbiotic Bacteria Nardonella in Rice Water Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae): Diversity, Density, and Associations With Host Reproduction

Self-Reported Diarrhea in a Control Group: A Strong Association with Reporting of Low-Pressure Events in Tap Water

Changes in Search Path Complexity and Length During Learning of a Virtual Water Maze: Age Differences and Differential Associations with Hippocampal Subfield Volumes

 

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Semi-autonomous organizations of landowners and/or landholders taking care of drainage and flood protection. Introduced from the 13th century onwards in many parts of the North Sea area, but in the ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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