Author: Laurent Binet
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Author: J. K. Rowling
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Rescued from the outrageous neglect of his aunt and uncle, a young boy with a great destiny proves his worth while attending Hogwarts School for Wizards and Witches.

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The Art Journal

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song-writing the music-shops had been teeming for . ence, and whose
performances, extending to the? highest grades of composition, have taught the
1 l l l 1 l i I l 'I ... Dew," illustrated by one ' of the engravings here introduced, the
whisky-still -of Scotland finds an advocate in the following lines :— “ Mountain
Dew! clear as a Scot's understanding, Pure as his conscience wherever he goes,
“lurm as his heart to the friend he has chosen, Strong as his arm when he fights
with his toes!

Journal Of Agricultural Research

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Vol. 55 Washington, D. C, July 1, 1937 No. 1 EFFECTS OF THE ALKALOID
NICOTINE ON THE RHYTH- MICITY OF ISOLATED HEART PREPARATIONS
FROM PERIPLANETA AMERICANA AND PRODENIAERIDANIA.' By J. Franklin
Yeager, senior entomologist, and J. B. Gahan, junior entomologist, Division of
Control ... strip, in air-stirred perfusion fluid in a glass tube held in a water bath
having glass sides, through which the heart is illuminated by a strong beam of
light.

Fruit Recorder And Cottage Gardener

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VOLUME. 2. NUMBER. 2. THE. SMALL. FRUIT. RECORDER. A. M. PURDY,.
Editor. PALMYRA,. N. Y.,. FEB. 1,. 1870. From the Ruralist, Cincinnati, Ohio. The
Two Gardens. Two gentlemen built them beautiful houses, and attached to each
was a ... While his neighbor's heart was growing colder all the time s* in his
stately, shut-up garden, he was growing larger-hearted, loving and beloved. ...
Glass is not very dear, and a few ashes will not cost much, but glass is not
indispensable.

Peterson S Magazine

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The best way to remember cupula, hearts, darts, a clap of thunder, a flash ol
lightning, J...... and 'auld Nick. ... 1 vol., 12 m*. bosom. Ah! my friend, all research
and study of the niys- i _ u M , terioua subject of woman has been comparatively
iri vain, \ Boston: Txdwor c£- Fields.— It may seem exaggeration to till, in this
eventful year of 1861, the fashion of ... "Philadelphia Press," who says: '-No man
could havo ;. drawn the character, showing us the heart of tho heroinoj, Gabden
Hints.

The Journal Of Neuroscience

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Heart bioassay. Heart rate was measured using an isolated Manduca heart
bioassay as previously described (Tublitz and Truman, 1985a; Tublitz and Evans,
1986). In brief, a portion of the abdominal heart was removed from a pharate
adult male moth, pinned ... In those experiments where Li* was required, LiCl
was substituted for dextrose on an equimolar basis. ... Tissues were thawed in a
small volume of 1 00% methanol and homogenized in a ground glass tissue
homogenizer.

The Electrical Journal

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6 or 7 A. This large current was required to insure that approximately 1 A would
flow through the heart, and its use required a circuit of from 200 to 300 V. A study
of circuit conditions reveals a large contact drop at each electrode practically
independent of the size of the electrode, a situation ... Having established the
limiting conditions already mentioned, attention was turned to the resuscitation of
intact animals whose hearts had been left in fibrillation for varying periods of time.