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  • 21:27, 7 April 2024Raquel Bridi (hist | edit) ‎[835 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Raquel Bridi is Biochemist ==Works==")
  • 20:33, 7 April 2024Bruce K.Cassels (hist | edit) ‎[1,929 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "B Aires PhD Chemist ==Work==")
  • 20:23, 20 March 2024Joosje Asser (hist | edit) ‎[219 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Joosje Asser''' is with her brother David Asser administrator of the oeuvre of her father, Dutch lyricist and songwriter Eli Asser, a Holocaust survivor.<ref></ref> {{refs}}")
  • 11:02, 16 March 2024Timeline of Doctor Who (hist | edit) ‎[9,264 bytes]Peter jackson (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Doctor Who''' is a British television science fiction programme. *1963 **November 23 1715–1740, first episode broadcast: An Unearthly Child, by Anthony Coburn, edited by David Whitaker, starring William Hartnell as Dr. Who, William Russell as Ian Chesterton, Jacqueline Hill as Barbara Wright and Carole Ann Ford as Susan Foreman (order as listed in ''Radio Times''; order of appearance reverse), produced by Verity Lambert, directed by Waris Hussein; theme music by R...")
  • 11:32, 13 March 2024Authorized Version (hist | edit) ‎[22,783 bytes]Peter jackson (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The '''Authorized Version''', '''King James Version''', '''King James Bible''' or '''Authorized King James Version''' is an English translation of the Bible commissioned by King James I of England (James VI of Scotland) and first published in 1611. It is in a sense the official Bible of the Church of England. For about three centuries it was ''the'' English Protestant Bible, and may well still be the most read translation. Its literary qualities have been widely prai...")
  • 10:55, 11 March 2024Supreme Court (United Kingdom) (hist | edit) ‎[3,358 bytes]Peter jackson (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The '''Supreme Court of the United Kingdom''' is, roughly speaking, the highest court in the land. It came into existence on 1 October 2009, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005. It continues, with some modifications, the appellate jurisdiction of the House of Lords. ==Jurisdiction== The Supreme Court hears appeals from most courts, directly or indirectly. There are exceptions: *the High Court of Justiciary: Scottish criminal...")
  • 11:40, 5 March 2024Collected editions of Shakespeare (hist | edit) ‎[15,539 bytes]Peter jackson (talk | contribs) (Created page with " Many hundreds of '''collected editions of Shakespeare''' have been published.<ref>By 1910, about 1200 editions had been published: William Jaggard, ''Shakespeare Bibliography'', Shakespeare Press, Stratford-on-Avon, 1911, page 495</ref> This article can therefore cover only a selection, though this includes all 17th-century and most 18th-century editions. ==Seventeenth century== The first collected edition of Shakespeare is customarily called the Shakespeare's F...")
  • 22:08, 9 February 2024Miguel Jordán (hist | edit) ‎[1,860 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Miguel Jrdan is a Chilean Agronomist ==works== [ Free Radical Scavenging activity]")
  • 20:40, 9 February 2024Barbara N Timmermann (hist | edit) ‎[1,873 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "chemist based at University Kansas ==Works== [ editorial:Thematic Issue:Plants polyphenols and heathh Issue]")
  • 16:04, 8 February 2024Ricardo Rozzi (hist | edit) ‎[2,794 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Chilean philosoph<ref></ref><ref><> {{wikidata|Q7322803}}")
  • 15:45, 8 February 2024Vincent Priessnitz (hist | edit) ‎[618 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Vincent Priessnitz also called '''Vincent Prießnitz''' (sometimes in German Vinzenz, in English Vincent, in Czech Vincenc (Oct. 4, 1799 - Nov. 28, 1851 ) was a farmer in Gräfenberg (today Lázně Jeseník), Austrian Silesia, who gained fame in the early 1800s by curing many sick people with cold water compresses combined with breathing exercises and diet. He is widely considered the founder of modern hydrotherapy. Priessnitz emphasized remedies such as suitable food,...")
  • 19:09, 17 January 2024Juan J. Armesto (hist | edit) ‎[2,323 bytes]Penarc (talk | contribs) (Created page with "==works== Armesto JJ Rozzi, R Smith-Ramirez C MKT Arroyo 1998 [ Science] Conservation targets in South American temperate forests")